The 1920s Straight Hair Revolution

By Paul L. SiskindThe 1920s were an era of radical, long-haired men who wore straight-edged hair in an effort to straighten up.

 But in the 1920s, men like Frank Lloyd Wright, Edward Hopper, Robert Rauschenberg, and other stylists didn’t have a monopoly on straight hair.

This article will tell you how you can make your own straight-edge hair straight in your home, and how to straightens it up with this handy tool, or with a brush.

The Straightening ToolFor straightening straight hair, the first step is to remove excess hair from the sides of your head.

You don’t have to remove all of it.

Your hair needs to be straight and loose so that your scalp can relax and grow new hair without the need to shampoo.

To do this, grab a hair brush.

If you use a hairbrush, you need to use one that can reach down into your hair.

This is important.

The hairbrush will not only remove hair from your scalp, it will also remove excess fat, and if you don’t use a good quality hairbrush (i.e., one that’s made of a high-quality nylon or acrylic material), you’ll leave your hair unsprung.

The hairbrush is designed to create a gentle grip and hold on the hair while it’s straightening.

You can’t see it, but straightening hair with a straight hair brush creates a small, flat, and very thin hairline that helps create a more natural-looking appearance.

Here’s how to get started.

Grab a straightening tool (I use the one I’ve named the “Swing Tool,” but there are many different straightening tools out there) and start by pulling out the excess hair at the ends of your hairline.

If you don´t have a straight tool, grab one that has a little hair brush attachment.

If you donít have any hair to pull out, gently place the hairbrush on the back of your neck.

Place the hair in the same position as your neck, then bend down to gently tap the side of the tool, just like you would a comb.

This is a natural motion.

After tapping the side, gently pull the hair from around the tool so that it doesn’t pull into the side.

Repeat this motion, holding the tool as you gently push out the hair.

If it takes too long to straightening, use a towel to keep the hair clean.

It’s important to let the hair dry before you use it.

You want to leave a soft, shiny, smooth, and smooth-looking hairline without having any loose hair at all.

Here’s what the hair looks like once you have straightened your hair:This is how the hair will look after straightening it up.

You’ll notice that the hair is much longer now, and it’s starting to look like it will hold its shape.

If your hair hasn’t been straightened, you’ll notice it’s a bit fluffier than normal, which is why it takes longer to straightify.

It takes longer for the hair to grow naturally, so you’ll have to work harder to get a smooth, long hairline from scratch.

For straightened hair, it’s best to keep straightening in mind while you are working on your straightening technique.

Don’t get discouraged if your hair looks uneven and it looks like it needs to straight.

It doesn’t.

Instead, try to get the hair back to its natural shape, with no extra trimming or styling done.

You can work on the length by doing the same motions as before, or by working on the volume by increasing the pressure applied to the hair by holding the straightening brush in place and adding pressure to the sides.

You don�t have to do all the straightened-up work just to make your hair straight.

You may want to apply some straightening products to the area around your hair before and after the straighten-up.

As long as you have a good straightening job, it won’t hurt to let your hair air dry out a bit.

When you have hair straightened up, the hair should be relatively smooth.

It shouldn’t be hard or brittle.

But if it feels too hard or tight, thatís okay.

Try adding a little straightening product to help soften the hair up and make it more flexible.

To get started, hold the straightener and the straight hair in your hand and then use the straight tool to pull hair out of the sides and sides of the head.

You should now be able to straightened the hair out smoothly, and you can then remove it from the head and work on shaping it into a full-length hair.