PROFESSIONAL’S HAIRSTYLING TUTORIAL
Making Hair Perfectly Straight
Blow dry the wet hair
Blow dry your wet hair and apply your chosen heat protectant. Brush hair until smooth before styling.
*Only straighten hair after it is completely dry.
Sectioning for easy styling
Divide your hair into small sections to effectively style this look.
Start by dividing the hair on the crown of your head into one section,
and then separate the remaining hair on the sides of your scalp into
another manageable section.
Secure any excess hair with clips as you see fit.
Take a bundle of hair to straighten
Select a small bundle of hair and clamp it between the
center of the straightener plates.
• Do not try to straighten an overabundance of hair at once. Straighten
small bundles of hair in each pass for the best results.
•Place the straightener as close to the roots of the section as possible.
Straighten each bundle of hair
Slide the straightener slowly from the roots to the tips of the hair.
• Do not keep the hair straightener in the same spot for too long. Excess heat can damage or add unwanted folds in your hair.
Straighten all the remaining hair
Remove the clip to let down the hair in the next section to
Use these steps to straighten the rest of your hair.
“Pull gently to create tension, and then slide the straightener
downward from the hair roots.”
> Starting from the roots
> Tension is essential
> Repeat a few times on one strand
A Tip for Style : The Ponytail
Gather your hair into one ponytail
Brush every strand of hair into place for a tight ponytail at the
back of your head.
Secure the ponytail with a hair band.
Wrap a bundle of hair around the ponytail
Take a small bundle of hair underneath the ponytail, wrap the hair
around the ponytail to hide the hair band.
Secure the hair with bobby pins.
Straighten the ponytail to finish
Straighten the ponytail with the hair straightener one more
time to finish this look.
Complete the ponytail
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