Hey ladies! Do any of you use hair straighteners? I do, I have a KQC one and I use it every day. Couldn't live without it as I like my hair being completely straight. I use heat tamer spray and the KQC has ceramic plates as to not damage my hair. I was just curious
Yes, I have a GHD and I would be in trouble without it! It can be damaging so giving your hair and occasional break from it will allow some of the natural oils in your hair to make it healthier! No matter what, heat always damages the hair. But, I definitely understand that it's basically a necessity!
I luuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuve my straightener, I'd be lost without it. My natural hair is partially wavy, frizzy, curly, AND straight. I'm sure you can imagine what a mess it is.
Love my porcelain straighter, BUT even with my heat protectant I've found it's super important to further your hair care! http://themadimadimadi.hubpages.com/hub/letyourhairgrow
i like hair straighteners but i don't have one. using hair straighteners in daily basic can cause hair damage
I have frizz prone hair and would love to find that perfect straightener and straightener product. It would make my day so much easier. Glad you found yours.
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