Get Straight Hair With Gold ‘N Hot





My daughter was looking forward to taking her college graduation pictures.  She has been rockin natural hair for almost two years and wanted to have her hair straightened for her pictures.

She tried scheduling an appointment me with her hairdresser, but their schedules were conflicting.   She called me in a panic.  She did not know what to do, because she only trusts her hairdresser to do her hair.  I immediately told her to use her new Gold ‘N Hot products and do it herself.  I was sure she could achieve sleek straight hair with these products.

I know it does not seem like the same thing when you do your own hair, but she had no other choice.

I could not wait for picture day because I wanted to go to capture every moment.   We were surprised at how well her hair turned out.

She said it took her a little while to achieve the look she wanted, but she was able to do so.

Here are few tips for hair straightening at home.  My daughter followed these steps after she washed and conditioned her hair.

  1.  Blow dry hair with GoldN Hot Professional 1875 Watt Ionic Ultra-Lightweight Dryer with Tourmaline ($39.99, Folica.com): This ultra-light dryer outputs tens-of-thousands of negative ions to dry hair faster with less damage resulting in healthy, shiny, beautiful hair. Tourmaline conditioning emits negative ions heat to reduce static frizz and seal in moisture. With 2 Speeds and 6 heat settings, you can achieve any hair style.
  2. Straighten hair with straightening comb. (optional)
  3. Straighten GoldN Hot 1″ Professional Ceramic Straightening Iron ($39.99, SallyBeauty.com) : This iron’s ceramic floating plates are made to eliminate gaps between plates and create the ultimate polished look. With a quick 60-second heat-up and easy access controls, your styling time is cut down. Ceramic plates distribute heat evenly for fast styling and seal in moisture leaving your hair shiny, silky-soft, frizz-free

She said she did have to use her old Gold ‘N Hot flat iron to get  it a little straighter.  I am not sure if it is because the new flat irons needed to be broken in or not.  Either way Gold ‘N Hot saved her picture day.  She had smooth straight hair.

 

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