Tips for Straightening Natural Black Hair


If you are ready to change your current hair style to a straight, sleek look, you have lots of options to consider. You can use a flat iron to straighten the curls, you can blow it out, or you can use a silicone straightener. Better yet, you can consider using chemical straighteners. These are ideal for a person who desires a permanent straight style. One of the easiest methods of straightening natural black hair is discussed here. The method involves the use of creams or hair dressing.

So where do you do you start? Start by picking the right cream. Although this method is the simplest, its success largely depends on the cream that you choose. Keep in mind that some creams or hairdressings may make your hair look weighed down or even greasy. Before buying a cream from any store, take time to read customer and professional reviews. These will greatly help you choose a product that will not let you down.

Although the choice of creams may vary from one customer to another, oil creams are preferred to silicone creams. Oil creams are gentler on your hair than silicone creams; but all creams and hairdressings will easily wash out with shampoos and won’t cause any permanent damage to your hair.

Once you bring the preferred cream home, get down to work. Shampoo your hair, rinse it, and get it dry in readiness for the cream application. For the best results, you may need to wet your hair again. Generally, creams and hairdressings work incredibly well with damp hair.

Depending on the length of your hair, apply a good amount of cream on the palm of your hand. Rub your hands together and then apply the cream on your hair. Be sure to work from the roots to the tips ensuring that each strand gets covered. As you apply the cream or hairdressing, pull your hair strands gently to remove curls as the product gets to work. You can also use a wide-toothed comb to ensure that the product gets through your hair.

Finally, allow your hair time to dry. You do not have to use straighteners or hair dryers as the oils or silicones in the product will prevent your hair from curling as it dries. Ensure that you allow your hair enough time to dry before doing anything else. Once you are convinced that it has dried completely, style it as usual.

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