Flat Ironing Natural Hair Silky Straight

Flat Ironing Natural Hair
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Flat ironing natural hair has so many myths and untruths surrounding the topic. So, today I am here to let you know that you can have your cake and eat it too. Yep, you can be a natural girl who enjoys wearing bouncy curls one day and silky straight another day.

Clearly, you do not want to damage your hair. To achieve a straight and sleek look, there are a few tips you should follow to ensure that your flat ironing experience is simple and works out well. Below you will learn how to use your flat iron to get silky, straight hair. Use the flat ironing natural hair tips to get the straightest look.

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How to Straighten Natural Hair: Get Silky and Bouncy Straight Hair

To reiterate the video for flat ironing natural hair

After you have shampooed, conditioned and dried your hair completely, apply a heat protection serum or spray generously over your hair, starting at the ends and working your way right up to the roots. It is important to put some type of protective product on the hair, so that you do not cause as much damage with the heat from the flat iron.

The next step is to brush your hair to remove any knots you may have. Use clips to separate your hair into several different sections. Starting with the bottom of your hair may be a lot easier for you than it would be to start from the top and work on down.

Carefully hold a section of hair while running the flat iron through it. If it is hot enough, it should straighten those strands of hair after you have passed it through once or twice. You should not have to continuously pass the hot iron over one specific section of hair too many times.

Continue to straighten each section until you are completely satisfied and your hair is straight. Apply a small amount of an anti-frizz serum to keep those strands in place so that your hair does not get frizzy while it is straightened.

Flat ironing natural hair is not too hard. However, you should always use serums or sprays that will protect it from the heat of a PROFESSIONAL CERAMIC TOURMALINE IONIC FLAT IRON
while making sure that it looks glossy, shiny and smooth. You can keep the style for several days by wearing a satin cap on your head while sleeping and showering.

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