How To Get

Super Straight Hair

At Home

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They allow sebum to readily flow up the hair shaft. It is nourished and lustrous, and less prone to break ends.

What is straight hair?

But this hair type has significant drawbacks. Straight hair types tend to lack volume, have oily locks, and struggle to hold styles in place.

Baby-fine, straight locks fall under the 1A category. These strands don’t hold texture well and can be difficult to style because of its silkiness.


1A – fine

Type 1B hair is fuller-looking with a slight bend at the ends giving it an almost wavy effect.


1B – medium

Out of all the straight hair types, 1C hair is the thickest and particularly prone to frizz. It can hold curls very well and looks naturally tousled when left to air dry.


1C – coarse

It can be worn for a casual day or for a night out. These 4 easy styling strategies can help you get salon-straight tresses at home.

How to get salon straight hair at home

Straightening hair begins in the shower. So use a smoothing wash and care combination to clean your tresses and make them easier to manage.


Start with clean dry hair 

Invest in straightening products that provide smoothness and lustre. For more information, see our best straight hair products section.


Use the right products 

Sectioning is an essential hair straightening strategy. Working in small pieces prevents mistakes and strand misses. So, remember to do it!


Work in small sections

For straight hair, finish with a blast of cool air from your blow dryer. You'll get a salon-approved shine as well as a cuticle sealer.


Finish with cold air 

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