curly hair literally sucks.. i have to wash it once a week because it's dry.. and it gets tangled and hurts and takes awhile to get dry and takes me like a whole day to make it straight.. oh my god ._.
I can't straighten it because it takes wayyyy too much time my hands hurt ._. and it'll just damage it MORE
My hands hurt after a while too, what I do is after a certain amount of time I put my curled hair up, I turn off my straightener and take a break for a little bit then come back to it in a little bit until I get my energy back and my hands don't hurt anymore =)
You could get a blow out lolxz from the domincian hair salon and that keeps curly hair straight for about a week and depedning on the salon they cost aroud 20-30 dollars do if u have the money thats 80-120 dollars a month :)
Naturally straight? No, unfortunately, if you have curly hair and it's naturally curly you can't "train" it to be straight. There are flat irons, and straightening kits at Wal-Mart you could use though.
Theres no way to just make it grow straight but if you go to a salon you can get a Brazilian Blowout they are a little pricey but definitely worth it.
try " GLISS KUR " - Schwarzkopf .. my sister use it " her hair is naturally curly " and it helps her to be less curly after taking a shower
actually u can get it chemically straightened . which it last awhile but it damages ur hair alittle but the same as a flat iron.
A treatment they do at the salon that defrizzes and straightens your hair for more info you can always look around the web
I read before it's not good for it :O but anyway it will look like crap and i don;t wana waste my time straightening it
everyone with curly hair hates it, everyone with straight hair wants curls.. it's a no win situation for all of us :(
There is a John frieda dry shampoo that let's your hair remain straight for three days.
You can use that.
i do that too :L gosh my hands hurt like hell D: i hate it D:
You could always blow dry it straight?
Ugh =/ thanks.. i hate my hair ._.
What's a Brazilian Blowout?