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STRAIGHT

If you have straight hair, you either have it because:

  • Nature has decided for you 
    or

  • You’ve chosen to permanently straighten your curls with a chemical or cosmetic treatment
    or

  • Your hair’s been weighted down by the silicones found in non-professional hair products

    Try it for yourself by following all WTF steps and let yourself be surprised!

 


Fun fact: Under a microscope, the cross-section of a straight hair looks round, and the curlier the hair, the flatter the cross-section will be.

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NATURAL

After you have washed and treated your hair, you can just let it airdry.
Fantastic right? This way you are ready in no time.

Interesting fact:
The seasons affect how our hair dries naturally.
For example:
The summer (sunny and warm) makes our hair look healthier, the heat easily reaches below the hair roots and dries the hair quickly. It feels more voluptious and less frizzy.
The winter (wet and cold) has an influence on our (scalp) skin, it will dry out easily and sometimes even crack with dandruff as result. That's why I recommend drying your scalp well with a towel or a hairdryer.
The cold humidity in the air also increases the risk of frizz. You can counteract this by drying only the top layer of your hair with a hairdryer.

Do you let your hair dry naturally because you think a hairdryer is harmful?
Good to know:
If you use a hairdryer properly, you CANNOT damage your hair or scalp.
In principle, the temperature of a hair dryer cannot be too high, only if you dry too close or too long in the same place can you cause damage. So if you can't burn your skin, you will not burn your hair.
Therefore: it is best to swing your hairdryer up and down or from side to side. To be on the safe side, you can apply a heat protectant to prevent your hair from getting damaged.

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LESS FRIZZ

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Most of us want to be ready as soon as possible and don't like to spend hours in the bathroom,

I said most of us.
However, it is sometimes easier to use a hairdryer to fight frizzy hair. Although I hear from most clients that this does not help much, there are also some simple tips that might make it a bit smoother, faster and easier for you.

 

  •   Tools: You can use a brush or just your hands. If you are not used to working with a brush, I recommend that you only use your hands and fingers.
     

 

  •   More volume: use your fingers or a brush to pull your hair up from the roots while drying with powerful warm air. You don't have to be afraid to pull your hair, it's stronger than you think!
     

 

  •   Extra lightness: you can turn your head upside down during drying.
     

 

  • Extra durability: by using a product you can keep your look longer.

 

  •   Short hair: massage your roots with your fingertips while drying (never use your nails). Then add structure and depth to your hairstyle with some gel, wax or spray.


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If you use a hairdryer properly, you CANNOT damage your hair or scalp.
In principle, the temperature of a hairdryer cannot be too high.

Only if you dry too close or too long in the same place can you cause damage.

Therefore: it is best to swing your hairdryer up and down or from side to side. To be on the safe side, you can apply a heat protectant to prevent your hair from getting damaged.

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CURLY OR VERY STRAIGHT

Change your hairstyle with a straightener or a curling iron step by step
or learn some tricks to give yourself a voluptuous blow-dry.

  1. Protect: Apply a heat protector spray or lotion, it is important to protect our hair from the high temperatures of a curling iron or straightener.
    Once applied to wet hair, it stays in the hair until washed again, so there's no need to reapply more than once.
    Look at the product list and discover how to apply a heat protector by clicking here.
     

  2. Blow-drying: 100% drying is important before proceeding with curling iron or straighter. Click here to find out why exactly.
    Voluptuous blow-dry: you can also dry up to 70% and then follow the next steps with a brush and a hairdryer to create more volume and shape.
    Note: This will be very difficult if you have never done this before! Try the tips in the section above for less frizz to avoid getting stuck with your brush.
     

  3. Start by heating your curling iron or straightener to the minimum heat (180 C°), in most cases this is actually enough. Only if your hair is very thick (eg Moroccan hair), in that case you might need more heat, but try it with less, you might actually be surprised!
     

  4. Quick and easy (unless you have really short hair then this step is not necessary), divide your hair into two equal parts, left and right. Start with one side, finish before moving on to the other side.
    TIP: Start on the side that is most difficult for you.
     

  5. Start at the back, making a horizontal division about 2 fingers thick. Now divide that horizontal hair lock + -2 fingers wide each time.
     

  6. Curl: You can use a straightner or a curling iron to curl your hair by rotating it 180 ° vertically away from your face. IF IT'S YOUR FIRST TIME: Try it first with a COLD tool, so you get a hang of the movement.
    Straight: Make it extra straight with a flat iron
    Important: Make sure you don't stay in the same place for more than a few seconds this will damage your hair no matter what! Go over the lock of hair in 1 smooth, slow movement. Don't try to go over it again and again. If it didn't work out, let the lock rest for a while, move on to the next lock and return later,
    Blow-dry for more volume: use your brush and lift your hair for volume, twist the ends around the brush for extra movement and repeat it over and over until it is 100% dry.


Be patient! Give yourself time to learn this process. If this is the first time, take at least 1 to 2 hours!

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Congratulations!

You now know all the basic tips and tricks to voluptuous, beautiful and healthy hair. If you still have any questions, don't hesitate to contact me by clicking here. Frequently asked questions will be answered in a blog post.

For more tips and tricks, click here.

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