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6 Rreasons Why We All Want Straight Hair

by Aklima Rikta Word Press Theme Developer

Who does not want to go out on the street without having to fight the curlers or the frizz? The advantages of having straight hair are many. But while some were lucky to receive it naturally, others spend hours using different products to smooth their hair again and again.

But why does this happen?

Here are 6 reasons why we all want straight hair. The privilege of few, the envy of many!

 Horsetail

One of the benefits of straight hair is the famous ponytail. A classic that we love all. If you have wavy hair it is impossible that it looks good, but you can pan to make this hairstyle super elegant.

Good every day

Like all, this type of hair can have its cons but usually looks good. You do not need much more than to wash it and to comb it a little: the rest leaves only. While many lose time in straightening their hair, straight hair is comfortable and does not require too much attention. 

Best Hairstyles

Many hairdressers believe that straight hair is easier to comb. If you have a wedding, party or event and you have long hair it is much more likely that you find a hairstyle chord and look like a goddess. 

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5 minutes of dryer

Just a few minutes of hair, brush and ready. Laics have that luck: ready in five minutes! This is the strongest reason why we all want straight hair.

Less abuse

Those who have waves and are fanatics of straight hair usually mistreat their hair with the use of products: creams, sprays, oils, everything can damage the hair and it is not recommended to use them daily. The same happens with the use of flat iron, dryer or the final smoothing

Less frizz

Straight hair tends to have less frizz or at least tends to notice less. We all know that however plachita we go, there is nothing like a natural lacy. 

It is like this: the laics want waves and those that have waves, they want lacio. Like fashions, hairstyles come and go. But straight hair is always there. 


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About Aklima Rikta Advanced   Word Press Theme Developer

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Created on Sep 22nd 2017 03:04. Viewed 269 times.

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