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I don't want to damage my hair



I'm afraid of damaging my hair from hot irons. And I usually style my hair every day for school. What can I do to prevent damage to my hair, but still have it styled?

 

 

Straightening irons can be really rough on your hair. Especially in the winter when your hair might tend to be dry to begin with, the iron can make it extra brittle.

 

Ya might just need to add more moisture to your hair if you’re going to be straightening it every day. Check out our guide here, to fab moisture products.

 

If you’re still havin’ trouble with your locks, ya might want to try just blow drying your hair a few days a week, rather than using the iron. It’s not as hot, and shouldn’t do as much damage.

BY LINDSEY SILKEN ON 12/24/2010 10:28:00 AM

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