Give Straight Hair

Straight hair occurs in many types, from thin straight hair to a full bunch. Many female stars all seem to have a perfect thick forest. But those are usually extensions. You can divide straight hair into three types, depending on the number of millimeters: coarse, fine and medium hair. Different care products belong to these different types of straight hair.

Straight hair

Coarse Hair

This hair type is usually strong, but difficult to style. Coarse hair needs a shampoo that contains nourishing and nourishing ingredients. And always use a conditioner after washing. This nourishes your hair and ensures that the hair cuticles close, making it easier to comb through. Furthermore, it is nice to occasionally use a hair serum. If you want to comb your hair, it is best to use a comb with coarse teeth, which will make the tangles look better. Once a week you can apply a nourishing hair mask.

Fine Hair

Fine hair is usually very soft and smooth, so it can ‘hang’ and look lifeless. In contrast to coarse hair, you should not use a conditioner every day in fine hair. This heightens fine hair, causing it to hang. However, you can use some serum in the hair tips. If you want more volume in your hair, you can put some volume mousse in your hair. Do not use too many products, you will have a counterproductive effect.

Tight and steep effect

Do you want a nice, steep coupe yourself? With this step-by-step plan you can do it that way. Wash and care your hair with a care product especially for your hair type. Wipe your towel carefully dry and then apply a styling product. You can choose a mousse or gel. The best way to do this is to use a round, hairy brush. Let the first lock hang over your face and secure the rest with a clamp.

Now take the free lock on your brush and pull it slowly through the locker while simultaneously heating the locker with the hair dryer. The hotter the hair dryer is, the smoother the lock becomes. Repeat this operation until the lock is completely straight and continue with the next lock. If you have treated all the locks, your hair is ready to model.