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Love What You Have

January 15, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Hair styles change so quickly, that it’s hard to keep up with what is currently in style and what’s out of style. It generally depends what hot celebrity wore her hair in a certain way on the red carpet at the latest awards show. But what doesn’t go out of style or change with any frequency is the natural hair that you were born with. Sure, it’s easy to say that you would like a different type of hair. After all, we all seem to want what we don’t have. But, it’s much more effective and better for your self esteem if you learn to embrace what you were born with and learn how to love it.

For better or worse, we were all born with a certain type of hair. Some of us have naturally curly hair, while others have bone straight hair. It seems that we are always yearning for what we don’t have. And sure, it’s great to grab your hair tools and mix it up a little bit giving your normally curly hair a straight look, but what’s wrong with your hair every day looking the way nature intended it? Nothing.

I believe that you should never wear your hair the same every day. After all, that gets boring and isn’t it more exciting to keep people guessing and wondering what you’re going to do? But the first thing you need to do is love the hair you have. Even if it’s not the style that you would have given yourself had you been handing out the hair styles, it’s your hair and you’re stuck with it. So if you have naturally curly hair, instead of using your hair straightener every day, why not wear it curly some of the time? After all, those of us with straight hair will go green with envy for your beautiful natural curls.

Likewise, if you have straight hair, you don’t have to spend all that time in front of the mirror with your curling iron creating luscious waves, because straight hair is sexy too.

When it comes to the thickness of your hair that is something that you can’t really do much about. Those people born with thin hair often bemoan the fact that they want more body in their hair, and would love to have it thicker. But think about the other side of that. If you have thick hair, it can take more than twice as long to blow dry it, it becomes tangled, and often it will look puffy because there’s so much of it. Never mind how hard it can be to pull it back into a simple pony tail. There are always two sides to everything, and as women, we often forget to look at what we have and appreciate it. It’s too easy to covet something that we don’t have.

Hair tools are great, and I think that everyone should have a professional hair straightener and curling iron in their arsenal of styling tools, because they give us options. We can magically turn our naturally curly hair into a sleek style one day and wear it free and curly the next day. But no matter what type of hair tool you have, and what style you create, learn to love what nature gave you because you are the only one with hair like yours.

Getting Straight Hair From Those Natural Curls

October 16, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Many women with very curly hair look at the fashion magazines and wish they could have that sleek shiny straight hair that many of the models have in the ads in those magazines. Though there is way to easily straighten curly hair so that everyone can have that clean stylish look seen on the fashion models. To get this look women can either use a chemical straightening process or a hair straightening iron. Chemicals are very harsh on your hair and can be very expensive. While hair irons are only a one-time fee to buy the iron, and from there you can straighten your hair just like the salon does at your home whenever you want.

Embrace Those Natural Wavy Curls

August 19, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Women who have naturally wavy hair are starting to see that maybe using a hair straightening iron to get rid of those beautiful wavy curls may actually be a mistake. Many stars are now sporting loose wavy curls showing women just how sexy this can be. Save time in your day by getting rid of those hair straighteners and embracing those natural curls for a sexy natural look. If you were born with straight locks you can get on the loose curl trend by adding some with a large barreled curling iron, a large brush, and a little bit of spritz.

Getting In On the Straight Hair Trend

August 15, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

The straight hair style has always faded in and out of fashion, and right now it is one of the hottest looks going. The simplicity of sleek, straight hair is very much in demand; and hair straighteners make it very easy for someone with even the kinkiest of natural curls to get this look. Simply heating up the hair iron and slowly gliding your hair through the blades will result in elegant straight hair. This can be repeated every day you want the look or you can mix it in whenever you want gorgeous straight hair.

Hair Straightening Irons for Straight or Curly Hair

June 11, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

It is one of those strange things in life that every girl born with straight hair wishes she had some curl, while the girls who were born with those natural curls want that sleek straight hair she doesn’t have. Of course you can’t get all new hair, but you can make your hair what you want it to be, and the solution for both is a professional flat iron that you can use not only to straighten those locks, but to add some waves in them as well if that is what you prefer. All of this in one handy lightweight titanium hair straightener!

Modern hair straightening irons are easy to use, affordable, and even versatile. In no time you can be styling your hair like a pro getting the looks that all the Hollywood starlets have all with one simple tool. Use the tourmaline ceramic flat iron to get sleek, shiny straight hair one day, then use it again the next to add some fun waves that have great bounce and body. Of course it is possible to damage your hair with a flat iron so it is important to use the proper temperature settings and never use the iron on your hair unless it is a wet to dry flat iron made just for drying while straightening.

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