Not Happy With Your Hair After Straightening It? 3 Flat Iron Troubleshooting Tips! by Cheryl Leahy
a year ago
Do you flat iron your hair, only to get so-so results? Here are some tips!
- Make sure to check the connection of your flat iron plates. Clamp the plates together, and check to see if a gap between the plates. If so, you will need to pinch the ends of the flat iron together as you pull the tool down your hair.
- Make sure to only take about an inch of hair at a time, starting an inch from the roots.
- In order to protect your hair, use a product designed for heat styling.
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