Products For Straightening Hair?

What hair products do you personally use to flat iron your hair?

Like styling products and tools?

Gracias

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  • Products: Just like everyone else says: Chi Straight Guard. But I also find the Sunsilk Straight to Perfection works quite well and is a cheaper alternative to the Chi. Another product that I adore, but it is on the more expensive side would be the Bumble & Bumble Straight. It works like a charm!

    As for the straightener: I have a Chi, but it is expensive but worth the investment, because if you are planning on buying cheaper ones, they will keep on breaking, therefore making you buy more, which results in you spending more.

    P.S. I have wavy hair if that helps. :)

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  • I have used flat irons but they just fried my hair, what I did do to keep my hair straight was the Japanese straightening. It is a procedure that keeps your hair straight for many months; the stylist typically says 6 months but I feel it is more towards a year but it depends on your hair.

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    • omg you had the japanese straightening done? that's awesome

    • Yes it is very good and I recommend it too all! Though some hair types cannot take this procedure. This technique left hair sleek straight!

  • I haven't used chemicals on my hair in a long time! But when I did I used Rusk radical anti curler relaxer! It was a really good product that pretty much eliminated any curl in my hair. But I still used a flat iron.

    As far as products- use anything rusk! I love their heat protection spray. Oh and that new John Frieda 3 day straight is really good!

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    • I was SO close to buying the John Frieda 3day straight today -_-

    • Yeah my man bought it for me a couple weeks ago and I love it, it's one of the best product I used. Just don't use to much or your hair will get really crunchy

  • I just blow dry my hair after I shower, and then straighten it with a ceramic-plated straightener. It works wonders, and makes my hair really soft. If there's any frizz (usually there isn't), I'll just dab a really, really tiny bit of lotion and use it on my hair. Enough to get rid of the frizz, but not enough to make my hair sticky. But you shouldn't have too much frizz if you use a ceramic straightener.

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  • Chi products... link

    Chi

    Chi

    Chi.

    De nada. :)

    (unless you want something else)

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  • I use this cream: link and this flat iron: link

    I had to save my tips for a month to buy that flat iron, but it's so worth every penny.

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  • link

    If you put that in your hair before you straighten it, it'll stay straight all day despite the weather (as long as your hair doesn't get wet lol)

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  • wet-to-dry remington straightener... so good :D

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    i don't really put anything in my hair before or after. I just make sure my hair is fully dry and then straighten.

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  • moroccanoil shampoo and comditioner and their oil treatment then glimmer shine for the heat and some styling cream for moisture and their hair spray. It's really expensive but so worth it. Then I use a herstyle flat iron I got it from a booth in the mall and fell in love . My hair looks so healthy with the use of moroccaniol.

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  • Got 2 B is one of my favorite brands, and I use this stuff in an orange bottle, I forget the name, but give it a try- its amazing.

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  • Chi heat protect before

    John Frieda gloss spray afterward (helps with flyaways and makes hair shinier)

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