Straightening The Hair On The Back of Your Head

September 4, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Straightening your hair with a hair iron is a relatively easy task but everyone has a couple of spots on their head, usually at the back, that is hard to get to on your own head. Of course practice is really the only way to truly get proficient at straightening your hair with a hair styling iron but there are other techniques you can learn as well. One trick that works for many is to take the usual sections you work in and make them vertical and pull them out to the side and glide the iron over the hair.

Working With Thick Hair

September 3, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

If your hair is very thick it may tend to dry out under lots of styling products and the heat from styling tools. Not rinsing hair well, curling irons, and blow dryers all play a role in making your locks dry and this can potentially damage it making it appear less than healthy and beautiful.  If your thick hair is already dried out then there are things you can do to put it back onto the road to being the hair you truly want to have.

Getting that hair thinned out can be a big step toward getting body back into your hair and reviving the strands for new hairstyles. This will lighten the hair making it easier to have big full body styles. Also use professional styling tools such as tourmaline hair dryers to not only dry your hair more effectively but also help it retain its own moisture for more health. Another added benefit of this extra body will be less time will need spent with a curling iron trying to pump up the volume of that heavily weighed down hair. A great cut goes a long way to getting a great look out of your thick hair.