18 Apr


Don’t play it cool. Turn up the heat! Keeping the heat setting low on your flatiron can actually do more harm than good. When the temperature is low you have the tendency to drag the iron on the same section over and over. It will weaken the hair’s outer protective cuticle. Always use a heat protectant on hair prior to styling. Divide tresses in  2-inch sections before gliding the iron slowly over the part. Gradually increase the pressure from the root to ends, making only one pass at the highest setting of the typical 410 degrees. Now you’ll look like the “hottest” ticket in town and your hair won’t be left out in the “cold”!


Jennifer Aniston, always sexy, sleek and HOT.

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