Temporary hair straightening has become a popular trend in recent years. Providing individuals with the ability to achieve sleek and smooth hair without the need for permanent chemical treatments. This process involves the use of heat and/or chemicals to temporarily change the shape and texture of the hair.
One of the most common methods of temporarily straightening hair is using a flat iron. This tool uses heat to smooth the hair cuticle and create a smooth, straight look. To use a flat iron, individuals should first apply a heat protectant to their hair to prevent damage. They should then divide their hair into small sections and run the iron over each section. Starting at the roots and working down to the ends. It is important to move the iron slowly and smoothly to avoid damaging the hair.
Another method of temporarily straightening the hair is to use a hair dryer and a round brush. This method involves using a hair dryer to apply heat to the hair while simultaneously using a round brush to smooth the hair cuticle. To use this method, individuals should first apply a heat protectant to their hair and then section their hair into small sections. Then they should use a round brush to stretch the hair and use a hair dryer to apply heat to the hair. To achieve a smooth and even look, it is important to move the brush and the blow dryer in the same direction.
One of the popular methods is the use of keratin. This treatment involves applying a keratin solution to the hair and then using heat to seal the solution into the hair cuticle. The result is smooth, straight hair that lasts for weeks. It is important to note that this method should only be performed by a professional stylist. Another option for chemical treatment is relaxation. Relaxers use chemicals to break up the hair’s natural curl pattern and create a straight look. This method is more permanent than other temporary straightening methods and should only be performed by a professional stylist.