If you use hair straighteners within certain boundaries, you will find that you do not damage your hair. If you did not achieve the desired look the first time, wait 20 seconds before repeating this process. Make sure you allow your hair at least a full day's and night's rest to give it the chance to recover.
Heat can cause hair damage such as split ends or dried-out hair. If you use a hair straightener regularly, your hair will need extra care, e.g. by applying heat serum after washing. Good maintenance of the straightener is also essential to prevent damage to the hair. Make sure you keep the plates clean. The styling products that you use in your hair can end up on the plates and cause a deposit that may cause hairs to break or that may catch and pull at hair strands.
Make sure you use hair care products that condition the hair, e.g. heat resistance creams and smoothing balms. The general viewpoint is that you can safely use your straightener on a regular basis, however, the more often you use it, the more care you need to take of your hair. Use the special products for straightening so that you can use your straightener as often as you like.
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