Guys or girls, any input would help. I've been growing my hair out and it's naturally wavy and starting to look messy. What is the safest method of hair straightening? The main concern here is I don't want to end up with thinning or falling hair. Any suggestions?
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If you want to have beautiful hair, don't use anything that plugs into a socket!
After washing your hair, use conditioner. A very good one is Fructis. =)
...it has a wide range of shampoos and conditioners you can use - for whatever you need - messy hair, curly hair, brittle hair, hair prone to dandruff... Just choose the one you believe will help you the most (or ask the sales lady to help you) and you're golden!
Curly hair is awesome, especially on guys! Don't settle for straight. ;)
get heat protecture serum or spray that's in the drug store or pharmacy/ health section with shampoos and stuff. then try eating more foods in vitamin e because vitamin e is good for hair. and also look at styles that suit your hair type. can ask a hair stylist for advice.
First and foremost, flat irons are the devil. Get a blowout at a salon or learn to do it yourself at home. Also, if you have ethnic-type thick hair, try using argan oil products to protect your hair when you use heat on it. Never, ever, ever use heat on naked hair.
I think I'm having the same problem. It's naturally wavy and it's a losing fight in my opinion. Rebelling against it will harm it more or less, so I just leave it like that. I got used to it being so chaotic and crazy. It's also very unique. :)