This 6 step straightening system was created by FHI in order to provide a chemical straightening system that works in half the time as other chemical straighteners as well as leaves hair straight and smooth without the harsh chemical smell and burning or irritation other chemical hair straighteners can cause.
The FHI Heat Texture Smooth System can be used to straighten or relax hair and works to control frizz as well as deep condition your hair to leave it nourished and healthy.
The FHI Heat Texture Smooth System consists of 6 products;
- FHI Heat Deep Cleansing Shampoo
- • FHI Heat Silicone Free Conditioner
- • FHI Heat Texture Smooth Permanent Cream
- • FHI Heat Sulfate Free Shampoo
- • FHI Heat Hot Sauce
- • FHI Heat Leave-In Neutralizer
This hair straightening system is enough for 2 applications and the steps to achieving straight, smooth, frizz hair are simple.
The 6 steps to the FHI Heat’s Texture Smooth System:
- Shampoo your hair with the Deep Cleansing Shampoo
- Condition your hair with the Silicone Free Conditioner without fear of buildup
- Apply the Texture Smooth Permanent Cream no closer than 1″ from scalp, pinch check every 5 minutes for perfect texture, whether pin-straight, or just taming kinks.
- Rinse the smoothing product out with Sulfate Free Shampoo (also stops the straightening process).
- Work through clean, dry relaxed hair with the FHI Heat Hot Sauce to prepare the follicles for the intial pass with the styling iron.
- Use the FHI Heat Leave-In Neutralizer following a blow-drying and styling with a hair iron. Use the iron on a 2nd run to finish the look and “set the hair straight”.
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When it comes to taking care of your hair, working with your hair, rather than against it, is what will help you achieve and maintain healthy hair.
Most important is knowing your hair type. Is it dry, damaged from styling? Perhaps you have oily hair or hair that is limp and fine. Coarse, thick hair requires different hair care products than hair that is frizzy and thin. Hair can also be like our skin, and have a combination such as oily roots and dry ends. Contrary to what many people believe, you don’t have use products from the same line or even the same brand for better results either. I myself use a volume shampoo and a conditioner for color treated hair.
Once you have determined your hair type choosing the best hair care products for your hair is much easier and the results of working with your hair type will be much better.
Choosing the best hair care products doesn’t necessarily mean spending a lot as many will believe. Now a days you can find Salon Hair Care Products online for much less than you would pay at a salon. Some drug stores also carry salon brand shampoos, conditioners and styling products at lower prices as well.
A lot of the time it can be trial and error and choosing your hair care products based on how great your friends hair looks isn’t always the best way to go either, as her hair may need different products than yours. Be sure to read labels, ask your stylist for advice and choose hair care products for your hair.
If you caught the 2009 VMA’s you may have noticed that the popular hairstyle trends this year were spiral curls, loose waves, half up do’s and retro inspired hairstyles. All of these are hot Hairstyles for Fall 2009 and can easily be taken from red carpet to everyday.
Taylor Swift’s Hairstyle is a simple updo that is perfect for a day look or a night out. Get the soft face framing curls by using a 1″ curling iron and using a flexible hold hairspray to keep them in place.
To get a sleek pony tail like Kristin Cavallari, part hair off center and straighten using a flat iron for a sleek, smooth look. Secure hair using an elastic just above the nape of your neck. Take a section of hair from the ponytail and wrap it around the elastic and secure with a bobby pin underneath the pony tail to hide the elastic band.
Celebs like Katy Perry, Alicia Keys and Madonna opted for the partial updo with the font sections of their hair pulled away from their faces. To get this 2009 VMA hairstyle, simply take the front section of your hair, either a small section like Katy Perry or a larger section like Madonna (pictured below) and pull back from face. Secure section of hair with bobby pins, but don’t pull it back too tight, notice they have some volume, and keep in place with hairspray. For Madonna’s hairstyle, you may want to tease the section of hair a little underneath to create more volume.
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European Made Professional Hair Dryers by Solis are the Best Selling Hair Dryers amongst European Hair Stylists. These powerful hair dryers provide you with faster hair drying time and with the added features such as heavy duty European Swiss made motors, professional cords and removable, easy to clean filters you get a hairdryer that is made to last.
Solis Blow Dryers are manufactured in Switzerland to the highest quality standards and have passed a very careful final inspection. With multiple heat settings, cool shot button and optional speed settings, it’s no wonder why the Solis is a popular choice and has a great reputation amongst stylists. All Solis blow dryers come with a One-Year Warranty, effective from the date of purchase.
This Fall, popular hairstyles are quite different from what we saw in Summer. Retro inspired hairstyles with lots of volume, mohawk inspired updo’s, and bowl cut bangs are all trendy Hairstyles for Fall.
Some Fall 2009 hair styles may be a little too ‘out there’ for some but no worries, as soft waves and loose curls are still trendy hairstyles. Playing with your hairs natural texture is always a great way to go however, for those with straight hair you can use a curling iron to wave hair and if your hair is curly, hair straighteners are a quick and simple way to straighten out your hair.
Some other popular 2009 Fall Haircuts and Hairstyles include the Bob, yes, still! as well as slicked back ponytails, messy on purpose hair and hairstyles with a touch of punk to them.