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How to Permanently Straighten your Hair

Updated on October 9, 2010

 

How to Permanently Straighten your Hair

Everyone wants to look different and attractive. People having straight hair want to get them curled while people having curled hair want to get straight hair. Whenever you are going on a party, you try something different for yourself. If you have curly of fizzy hair, you can get them straightened at any time. They can be temporary or permanent straight. You can go to the parlor to get them straightened. But this can cost you a lot because the cost of labor is also required. Therefore, you can stay home and enjoy straightening them yourself. Temporary straightening does not last for long; once you wash your hair, the straightening in finished. So why don’t you try straightening your hair permanently? There are home kits available to do it yourself.

Many people ask how to permanently straighten your hair? The following steps will help you in straightening:

1)      Comb your hair properly and make sure there are no tangles left. Then divide your hair in 4 equal parts by using a tail comb which is pointed at the end. Then keep the back portion of hair open and clip the remaining three portions so they don’t come in the way when you are putting chemicals on your hair.

2)       After clipping your hair, wear gloves in order to protect your hand from the chemicals that you are going to put on your hair for re-bonding. Use the perm from the home kit and start putting it on your hair, starting from the roots of the back hair that you have left open and ending it at the tips.  Make sure that the perm does not touch your head (scalp) because it is a chemical and will cause burning. If it touches then wash it immediately with neutralizing shampoo.

3)      Do this with all the hair, doing it turn by turn on every section of the hair. Then wear a shower cap and do not comb your hair. Leave them with the chemical for the time that is instructed on the home kit. Also, do not comb until instructed. When you have put the perm for the specified time, and then wash your hair with neutralizing shampoo and with warm water. This shampoo will help get rid of all the chemical which will not be possible by any other simple shampoo.

4)      Then dry your hair, and comb them slowly, gently and lightly. Your hair are now permanently straight.

It is very easy to straighten your hair if you follow the instructions carefully. Remember, your hair will stay straight forever now until new hair grows and these straightened ones are cut from the tips regularly. This is a very easy way to straighten your hair. It will even cost you less because you won’t be going to a parlor and they won’t be charging you much. You can take help of your siblings as well.

Now you can enjoy your straightened hair at any party and look fabulous.

How to Chemically Straighten Your Hair

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    • Florida Guy profile imageAUTHOR

      Chen 

      6 years ago

      Hi Goodgirl. If you've had your hair chemically straightened at a salon, you want to use products that will moisturize your hair. Look for products made for dry or treated hair. Get a deep conditioner and apply it once or twice a month, or once per week if your hair is damaged. The best thing to do is talk to your hairstylist about it, they can recommend the best products to use based on your own hair and scalp, as well as how much to use.

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      Goodgirlgonebad 

      6 years ago

      Thanks trisol but what are the products called u see i alredy hav mine permanently straightened at a salon but i need to buy the shampoo & liquid& cream sobit culd stay like that... Please can u tell me what the products are called!!(:

    • Florida Guy profile imageAUTHOR

      Chen 

      7 years ago

      Thanks Trisol :-)

    • triosol profile image

      triosol 

      7 years ago

      very useful information. Voted up.

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