How to Make Curly Hair Straight Without Straightening & Blow Drying

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Just because you don't want to straighten and blow dry doesn't mean that you can't make curly hair straight. Make curly hair straight without straightening and blow drying with help from celeb hairstylist and Founder of Hair Room Service in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi. I'm Michael Duenas, founder of Hair Room Service, and today we're at Inglot Studios and we're going to show you how to straighten your hair without using heat, a flatiron or a blow dryer. When your hair is wet, take a deep side parting and bring hair over to one side. You are then going to brush the hair very flat and very smooth to the scalp. Try and get all the tangles out and brush hair as flat as you can to the scalp. And give any little pieces that stick out - that's okay, we're going to pin them in and keep them very, very flat. If you're worried about your hairline popping up, use clips like this that don't leave a crease, clip in any fringe or any bangs that you need to from all the hair you can. And keep brushing that hair around. You're going to then section by your ear and wrap this hair flat on the top as well. Make sure you have no tangles. Once you have the side brushed up, go ahead and clip in the pins to hold that side and keep it flat and continue to wrap that hair around. Brushing the hair smooth as smooth as possible, keeping it as flat as possible, pin your hair. You can a wig cap or another cap to put over the top to really compress the hair down and get every little hair inside and let it air dry. That'll make it very, very flat and very straight,. Or, if you still want to keep a little bit of volume, don't put the cap on and let your hair naturally air dry. When you take it down, it'll be very, very straight. And, that's how you straighten hair without using heat, a blow dryer or a flatiron.


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