Sadly, spending hours in front of the mirror is no guarantee for the perfect look. Fine and smooth hair in particular might still behave in the bathroom, but before you even get to the party those painstakingly twisted curls are gone again. Find out here what you can do to beat that sinking feeling.
It’s no fun having to work hard every day to get curls and volume into your hair. Every hair type responds differently to care and styling products, so the first thing is to determine what kind of hair you have. Many hair types, including dry, dyed or stressed hair, need intensive care before being exposed to the heat from a hair straightener. And even healthy hair appreciates the extra attention.
Freshly washed hair is harder to style, so it’s worth putting off washing now and then to make your daily styling easier. Alternatively, try rubbing a dry shampoo into your hairline after washing – that gives your hair more grip and lift.
Step by step – curl by curl
One more thing: long-lasting curls with a hair straightener need the right temperature too. A good Hair straightener should always have finely-spaced temp settings you can set individually – the thicker your hair, the more heat it will need.
The right care and a good straightener are good for your look as well as your hair health. Smooth, even heat distribution lets you to get tight curls without heat spots. And if you’re still looking for the right styling partner, why not take a look here?