how to straighten your hair without losing volume or damaging it

I really love my hair straightned. It just looks so much better. It shines and doesnt look as damaged as

before. Here a picture of me with my hair straightned

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chlick here to see my tutorial

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26 Responses to how to straighten your hair without losing volume or damaging it

  1. aimee lynn says:

    what a pretty pic!

  2. 13coco says:

    Your video has very good tips! My natural hair is very wavy and I use the same process very frequently. Some other products to consider are Garnier Fructis’ straightening products and their “Pure Clean” shampoo (it provides good, natural volume because it has natural products in it instead of chemicals). Another idea is that when you are blowdrying your hair, use a flat brush and slide the brush down as you bring the blowdryer down your hair– that usually makes my hair much easier to straighten and it keeps a great shape.
    Thanks for following my blog (1st on trend) as well.

  3. You are super pretty! 🙂

  4. sagarika says:

    love your blog… i do straight my hair smtimes… looking forward for more tips

  5. You’re so gorgeous!

  6. Ron Scubadiver says:

    This isn’t something I know about, but thank you for visiting my blog. What I do know about is I appreciate the results when I see a beautiful woman,

  7. Jeni Johnson says:

    Hey beauty! Thanks for the tip! I’ll be looking forward to following your posts…..:)

  8. Rebecca says:

    Want to commend you for all you do and commitment at this tender age, well done and more grease. Will consider pointers and make it available to my reader as well with your permission. And thanks for following me.

  9. fgassette says:

    WELCOME! Thank you for subscribing to follow my blog. I hope you are encouraged, inspired and like the photos I take of life and events.

    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

  10. johnlmalone says:

    I’m not sure if this post is for me [ if you saw my photo you’d understand why ] but thanks anyway for subscribing to my blog; hope you get some enjoyment out of it as I always try to make it entertaining and thought provoking; feel free to comment now and then; I always reciprocate

  11. Beautiful! We will check out your straightening tips! Maggie usually gets a trim and that solves that! Me, another story. 😉

  12. Lawryn_M says:

    Loving the tutorial! Also thanks for following my blog. As I develop articles on my hair and my transition from permed to it’s natural state I would love to cite your blog and direct people to it! People think that hair is different based on ethnicity when it’s really not–it all requires TLC and work…whoo…sometimes alotta work…lol thanks again and looking forward to your next post!

    • justinawei says:

      yay of course you can lead them to my blog.
      I really like your blog!
      And I really like your curly hear…I wish I had these
      beautiful curls…you look like an angel with these 😉

  13. Jan Edwards says:

    Thanks for following my blog, Justina. I think you’re doing very well to blog in a language that’s not your own. I wouldn’t dare try it in Spanish!

  14. How did you I am a die hard hair straigener?! 😉 love your tips. I will use them while when i can while traveling, i secretly have a mini sttraightener in my backpack. Any tips on controlling unruly curls? Thanks too for following my blog!

  15. Wow, u so pretty:)… I like your post.

  16. BUT there’s no “before” picture, so how can i believe you when you say that your hair is a mess when you don’t straighten it? Anyway it look beautiful now, whether it’s before, after or in between.

  17. mspublicity says:

    Great tips and video!!! Your eye makeup is great as well.

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  19. This is great! What I love about your tutorial is that it’s not edited (or if it is, I hardly noticed) so that I could actually watch the whole process, even the parts where you kept combing, brushing, ironing to achieve your goal. To me it’s more realistic and doable, and not like a “viola” thing. I love the “teasing” part that you did to the top in the end. That really made a difference! Love it! Thank you for finding me and showing me what you have. Keep it up!

  20. Looks fabulous! I love the tips, too. BUT, I would prefer if you came and did mine for me! 🙂

  21. Hey, thanks for visiting my blog and liking it. Unfortunately, I have the opposite problem–how to get straight hair to stay wavy. Not curly, Just wavy. 🙂

  22. Judy says:

    Justina…..you had no idea, but straightening my hair has been a way of life for me for my whole life! When I saw your post I just had to read it! Always looking for new ideas! Your video was wonderful and you did your long hair in half the time it takes for my chin-length hair! You are a lovely young woman with lots of great creativity and talent, I look forward to more good things from your blog!

    Thanks for following my blog. I’ve been on vacation, so my blog is at a stand-still right now. I’ll get it back up and running soon! 😉

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