Straighten Your Hairs With Ironing

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If you like rod-straight hair (think Rema Khan), ironing hair is easier to do at home than blowdrying, but ironing is harsh on the hair and again, it only lasts until the next wash. So if you iron your hair regularly, avoid other chemical treatments such as colouring your hair. Trim your hair regularly to keep split ends in check and maintain your length at a few inches below your shoulders.

If you want to keep it longer like waist-length, avoid ironing the ends of your hair and iron it only from the top. Let the ends remain curly. In this manner the ends will be improved and you will be able to grow hair longer. Consider investing in a hair iron, where the ironing plates are made from ceramide. These irons are more expensive than regular irons but are more effective and also far, far gentler on hair. If a ceramide iron is beyond your budget, consider going in for a steam iron instead. Make sure you try out the iron before buying it as you do not want to be wedged with an ineffective hair iron.

If you like rod-straight hair (think Rema Khan), ironing hair is easier to do at home than blowdrying, but ironing is harsh on the hair and again, it only lasts until the next wash.

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