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Caitlin Cawley
Caitlin Cawley • 2 years ago

create beach waves with a straightener

  • Mave Taylor
    Mave Taylor • 2 years ago

    It didnt work on my hair either :( bummer

  • Breeze Keck
    Breeze Keck • 2 years ago

    how do you do this?do you just hold the straightner in different spots?or do you just move is slowly down the twist?

  • Ciara Varley
    Ciara Varley • 29 weeks ago

    why does everyone keep saying this will fry your hair? if you use a good heat protectant (which you should with all hot tools) shouldn't it be perfectly o.k?

  • Aly L
    Aly L • 5 weeks ago

    yes it's fine if you use a product made for heat.. wouldn't hurt your hair more than a blow dryer.. less than regular straightening.. it worked for me but my hair does wave (and curl) pretty easily.. i did do it on more than two twists as my hair is thick though

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