Is chemical curling only for straight hair?
Her hair is naturally straight..her hair dresser made her hair curly which was beautiful...her hair dresser is a professional...don't try to curl your hair with a curling iron because it ruins your hair afterward..I never tried it...but I know these things..only pro knows best !! She gets different styles for hair depending on the movie which is best for it !!
Why wont part of your hair curl using a curling iron if your hair is curly and it worked the other day why does it go straight now when you try to curl it?
No, you can only use hair straighteners on a regular basis You can't make it grow out of your head straight but you can get it relaxed (chemically straightened) and then top it up every 6 weeks. Go to the salon and ask them to make your hair permanently straight and they put this special chemical, wash thing in your hair to make your hair permanently straight. I hoped this helped.
If you only have about ten minutes and you have thin straight hair how do you make curls stay for hours?
Curly hair and straight hair have incomplete dominance. If a person with curly hair marries a person with straight hair their kids would have wavy hair. The only way to get curly hair is if both your parents have it and the same with straight hair. what if, like alot of people, both your parents have straight hair and you end up with curly hair?(adoption is out of the question)
As far as I know, they're just called hot curling brushes. They're kinda like straightners, only instead of making your hair straight, they make it curly. I've never actually used them though, so you should probably ask somebody else. Do you know anybody who works in a hair salon or uses hot curling brushes? No but I bought one recently. Its not a very expensive one so I doubt its very good. Thanks anyway! x
Depends on how often you use it, and what temperature the curling iron is. Highlighting, dyeing, blow-drying, straightening, curling, and combing hair constantly (when it is wet) all do some damage to your hair. If you FEEL breakage or that your hair is thinning out from the heat, try to get your ends trimmed, and get a good protein-filler/protein packet conditioner. These are only a few dollars at Beauty stores and are a good precautionary…
Well, I used to get my hair straight by blow-drying it while combing it, which keeps it straight all the way through. But my hair is naturally only a little wavy and is easy to straighten, so it depends on what kind of hair you have. If you have curly hair, then only a straightener might be able to do it, but blow-dry it first.
Is it alright to curl rebonded hair with straighteners for a day AND Will my hair still be straight after i wash it?
If you have layered hair that always is poker straight therefore none of your layers show how can you get your hair to look piecey and show off your layers?
Use a very light styling wax or paste and apply it only to the ends of the hair to separate and define the layers. if you blow dry with a round brush and or use a curling iron first you can accentuate your layers even more. You can also do a flicky blow dry where you use a round and curl the hair away from your head. This will help the layers stand out.
there's loads of ways like scrunching, rollers, and curling tongs etc. i think the best way is curling tongs but it takes quite a while. section your hair into around 4 sections to make sure the curls are even and all over your head, all curlers are different but they should have the instructions for them on the box. scrunching only works for certain hair types :/
It depends on what the wig is made of. If you're dealing with real hair wigs, you can use a curling iron or curlers like you would with your own. Synthetic wigs, though, are more sensitive. If you try to curl one, you run the risk of not only ruining the wig, but your curling iron as well if the material melts onto the barrel. http://www.yaffawigs.com
A hair relaxer or straightener is a two-step chemical treatment that opens the hair's cuticle and after being combed straight, is neutralized with the second step that closes the hair's cuticle. It is very similar to a perm and uses strong chemicals, so make sure you have someone that is not only familiar with relaxers, but is familiar with doing them on your ethnicity, since the hair type matters a lot.
Yes. My hair was straight with only a little wave, I put it in a perm a year ago and it was awesome...just remember, it's permanent. I'm sick of it now, but I have to wait until it finishes growing out. If I don't do anything to my hair, the top of it is straight and then near my ears it's wavy. Not so awesome.
Does it mean I'm not the father my partner and i has curly hair but your grown child has straight hair?
Not at all. The curly-hair gene is dominant, meaning only one of the two genes for hair curl has to be set to "on" to give you curly hair. For the heck of it, C is curly hair and c is straight hair. If you are Cc (one curly gene, one straight) and your partner is Cc, you have a 25-percent chance of producing a straight-haired kid: the child could be CC, Cc with the…
French braiding is always in style! Braiding the bangs, working a French braid into a ponytail, or French braiding your entire head into two pigtails are always going to look cute! Or good for the summer is beach hippie hair. What you'll need: Bobby pins Hairspray Small curling iron Steps: Part your hair to one side and clip your bangs out of the way(if any) Spray your whole head with hair spray then flip over…
No, chemical straightener is formulated specifically for curly, wavy, frizzy, or hair with lots of volume. Technically speaking, you can put chemical straightener on any hair type and it will make it less wavy, curly, or frizzy. (Note: Some heat straighteners can actually make hair frizzier, because it heats your hair, which can burn it and encourage split ends.)