Do you like to straightening your hair?

@shana123 (2096)
January 2, 2007 1:03pm CST
where and how often you get your hair straightened? what are the steps you take to maintain your straightened hair at home??
5 responses
@asliah (11148)
• Philippines
30 Dec 12
hi, since i was a kid i had a natural wavy hair,so when i was in college i always used hair flat iron to make my hair straight but it will damage my hair when i use it everyday,that is why thanks to hair re-bonding because i can make my hair straight in just one time process only.
@scitrus (131)
• United States
3 Jan 07
I have a Conair ceramic straightener. It takes 30 seconds to heat up and has numbered settings from low to high, depending on the thickness and curl of your hair. It helps if I blow-dry my hair first and give it some volume with a round brush. But I'm fairly low maintenance, and I enjoy my straightener. Whether my hair is prepared or not, tangled or brushed, clean or greasy with product, the straightener zips through it and it takes me maybe 10 minutes with shoulder-length hair. It ran me about $20, you can get better products for more. But it does what I need it to do.
@ezzrssi (11197)
• Italy
2 Jan 07
yes i do
@perugu (5281)
• India
2 Jan 07
hi,i am so much interested,but what can i do,now i am nearing to bald head.sorry.
• Canada
2 Jan 07
My hair is difficult its straight on top and wavy towards the ends.So i usually straighten it so it looks good.The process i do is i wash it than i blowdry it with a round brush.Use some Airfluid by L'oreal to help it stay straight.Sometimes i also use the iron curl to straighten it more.It takes about 1 hour to do all this.What sucks is that the next dya my hair looks all awfull again.