Hair straight­en­ing blun­ders to avoid

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Variety -

Hol­ly­wood ac­tor-singer Se­lena Gomez, who is known for her healthy, bouncy locks, re­cently opened up about a child­hood mis­take she had made — of straight­en­ing her hair.

“When I was younger and fig­ur­ing out how to use a flat-iron, I used to think the back hair didn’t nec­es­sar­ily have to be straight. So, for the en­tire sixth grade, I only straight­ened the front hair. That wasn’t re­ally a proud mo­ment,” she says.

Take a les­son from Gomez and straighten your hair the right way be­cause if not done right, it can cause se­ri­ous dam­age to the tresses.

Straighten from all sides evenly.

Never straighten damp hair, as it may end up get­ting burnt.

Al­ways ap­ply hair serum be­fore straight­en­ing to pro­tect it from dam­age.

300 to 350 °F is the safe tem­per­a­ture for your flat iron.

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