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GiellBeauty shows you how to get the best results when straightening your hair with a flat iron.
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Hi! It’s – by hairstyletools.com and I just want to give you some quick tips on getting the best result when straightening your hair.
You want to start to dry hair. I blow dried mine straight using my fingers. If your hair is curly you want to use a brushed out the kinks. You want to start by sectioning your hair so you can start with the bottom layer. You work your way up.
So, you're just going to secure your hair with an elastic hair clip. Make sure your iron is hot and ready to go of course. Now spreading this section— well, one and a half inches depending on your plate size. I use a one inch plate.
You want to get closer, you can. For the best results, you’re going to want to slowly glide your iron down in the section of your hair. This avoids having to go over this section again and again. I see lots of girls who just quickly run the iron down the hair and they wonder why it’s not getting straight.
Okay. I will don this once and you’re good to go. Of course, before straightening or- and – style, you’re going to want to use a heat protectant that’s finally made which is available in drug stores and salons. I like John Frieda for drugstore brand. I bought $7 a bottle.
You can see it slowly goes slow. That’s it. Thanks.