Create ringlets, curls, body and plenty of texture with your hair straightener. Who needs curling tongs?
Apply a little heat from your straighteners down the length of your plaits to create an instant wavy texture. Magic!
Make sure you use plenty of heat protection spray first to prevent doing undue damage to your lovely locks.
Iron, comb. Iron & comb. Invest in a comb which can stand up to heat to enjoy a super sleek look.
Great for shorter hair that's harder to curl with tongs or the usual straightener curling technique.
Scrunched up hair ribbons? Give them a quick straighten before you use them in your vintage hair look to remove any wrinkles.
A little elbow grease will get your straighteners sparkling in no time. Just make sure you take care of that heat setting.
It takes time, but you'll get a much better effect. Be sure to use plenty of heat protection and give your hair a good, deep condition beforehand to avoid damaging your locks.
It may sound simple but, if you want to keep volume in your straightened hair, leave as much of your roots untouched as possible for maximum uplift.
The more times you go over the same piece of hair with your straighteners, the more damage you do. Run a comb through a “pulled tight” section of hair, with your straighteners chasing right behind the comb. This will ensure you only have to straighten each section once.
Hate frazzled hair? Turn down the heat on your straighteners to around 150-180°C and make sure you never straighten more than 3 times a week to give your hair a well-deserved holiday.