Styles for Thin Straight Hair

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Straight Hair

Everyone envies Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Aniston’s hairstyles but the truth of the matter is that any woman has the ability to create the exact same looks at home. Straight hair is very easy to manage if you have natural straight hair without all of the frizziness but straight hair can be very hard to control when you have dry frizzy hair. In order to get the straight hair look that you are searching for, you are going to need some tools to succeed.

The tools that you are going to need is a blow dryer that has an attachment so that you can precisely direct the flow of the air, a large round brush that has densely packed bristles, a flat iron and sectioning clips that do not crease the hair. Below, you will find some tips for styling straight hair; these tips will come in handy when maintaining proper care of your hair. Whether you know it or not, making sure that your hair is healthy should be your number one priority in order to have shiny flowing straight hair.

Moving Towards Straight Hair - Hairstyles for Fine Straight Hair

Tip Number One: Condition the body of your hair. If you have fine hair, you are going to use volumizing conditioner. If you have coarse hair, you are going to need to use moisturizing conditioner. Once you have conditioned your hair, you can top it off with a cool rinse. A cool rinse will help flatten out the cuticle and will give hair sheen.

Tip Number Two: Get rid of split ends. The key to having healthy hair is to get a haircut. When you have damaged split ends, they tend to be noticeable when your hair is perfectly straight.

Tip Number Three: Go for drop dead straight. When your hair is damp, use Philip B.’s Drop Dead Baum which is for straightening straight hair. When using this product, make sure that you coat the ends because this will help to keep your hair free of frizz. If you have extra coarse hair, you may want to add a few drops of Philip B. Rejuvenator Oil to the Baum and then work it together in your hair.

Tip Number Four: Dry in a downwards motion. When you begin drying your hair, you need to use both the blow dryer and a brush and start blow drying around the area of the back of the neck while focusing on small areas of the hair. Then, while using the brush, you are going to stretch the hair taut and direct the aim of the dryer nozzle downward onto the actual hair shaft. Now you can move the brush downwards the actual length of the hair until you reach the ends. You can repeat this same action until your hair is completely dry. If you want to keep the wet hair out of your way, you can use the clips that don’t crease the hair.

Tip Number Five: Don’t allow your hair to get bent all out of whack. When you are drying your hair, you need to make sure that you don’t leave any moisture in your hair because it will bend the hair and it can result in frizziness. Before using a flat iron, you need to make sure that your hair is completely dry.

Tip Number Six: Let your head prevail. Once you have completely dried your hair, you might want to use a flatiron to create the look that you have been searching for, the look of Jennifer Aniston and Madonna as well as Gwyneth Paltrow.

Before you use the flat iron, you need to make sure that you avoid using finishing products. If you use these products before you finish ironing your hair, you can fry it. While using the flat iron, you need to take a small thin section of your hair, no wider than the iron, and slide the flat iron down it without stopping. When you finish, you can have a light pomade in order to add sheen and make sure that you hair stays as smooth as silk.