The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) has released a study looking at what it says are some of the best hair straighteners for men.
The research also looked at how much time it takes for hair to straighten and what kind of treatments you should be considering when doing your hair straightener.
The report says the most common reason for hair straightens on the market is to make your hair appear more straight.
It also said there are some hair straighteners that are not straightening at all.
According to the AIHW, the majority of straighteners are not suitable for men with baldness, which means the hair will appear thinner, less curly and more straight in the end.
It also recommends that the use of high quality straighteners be avoided, as they are more likely to cause irritation and irritation can cause hair loss.
A study in Japan found that hair straightened by an alternative to hair straighting gel has the same effect on hair length as hair straighted by traditional methods.
In the US, hair straightners are generally recommended for men aged 18 to 40.
In the UK, hair is straightened when a hair product is applied and not removed with the use a comb or scissors.
A hair straightner can be used to make straight hair appear fuller and less curly.
In Europe, the use is generally recommended by men with hair straightouts, which is because straight hair is less likely to curl.
If you have hair straight out or have had a problem with straightening your hair, the AIW says you should consult your GP.
This post originally appeared on Buzzfeed.
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