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Hair styler: 5 most common mistakes

What are the ones to avoid when using the styler

Hair styler: 5 most common mistakes What are the ones to avoid when using the styler

It is one of the most common myths that using the hair styler will damage your hair. But is it really be like this? Especially when the hair is neither smooth nor curly, for a perfect styling, resorting to the use of the straightener is almost an obligation. Now then, that waves are also created with the plate, it seems that we can no longer live without it. But what precautions must be followed in order not to damage the hair? If our straightener could speak, perhaps, it would be her to complain about how we use it: it is often passed over the locks in a distracted and hasty way, trying to obtain the perfect finish in the shortest possible time. The short time available, however, does not rhyme with healthy, silky hair with a style that meets expectations.

 

1. Using it on wet hair

Damp hair, or worse, wet hair, in contact with the hot surface of the styler, not only does not have a good yield, but it weakens, breaks and is frizzy and not well cared for.

 

2. Not using thermo-protective products

To avoid as much as possible the use of the straightener without a hair protection. What are we talking about? A filter or serum to be applied before using the plate. In fact, the heat protectors create a barrier up to 220 ° thanks to enzymes which, like a shield, defend the hair from pollutants and are conditioning, thus giving the hair the right hydration.

 

3. Insisting too long on the same lock

When using the straightener at home, it is very common to take a huge lock of hair and pass the styler over it about ten times. Big mistake. The same time it takes to pass the straightener several times on the same lock you could invest in taking a more discreet lock and passing the straightener up to two times.

 

4. Using too high temperatures

It is not the straightener that ruins the hair, but it is the temperature. The best temperature ranges from 140 degrees for those with fine and treated hair, up to 200/220 degrees for those with naturally curly and thick hair.

 

5. Using it on very dry hair

It is always good to prepare the hair with the utmost care. At least once a week apply a mask to nourish the hair and make it more resistant. Do not forget to always choose quality products also for what concerns the shampoo and conditioner.

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DYSON

DYSON

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PHILIPS

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L'OREAL

REMINGTON

REMINGTON

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CLOUD NINE

CLOUD NINE

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OBLIPHICA