A friend of mine told me that she had recently lost a significant amount of hair due to a genetic condition called telangiectasia.
As a result, she began to straighten her hair.
She used to get the dreaded look, but now, when I talk about straightening hair, I use the word “straighten”.
As I explained to her, a straightening is simply a process of removing a lot of hair from the scalp.
For some, it’s more about getting rid of the extra layers of hair than removing any of it, but for me, a very simple way to straightening my hair is to just take it out of my head.
In my case, I’ve found that a good straightening comes down to a few things.
First, I know what I want to look like.
I like to have a natural looking haircut.
Second, I need to make sure that my hair doesn’t stand out too much.
Third, I also want to avoid straightening with a high-pressure brush or a hair dryer.
These three things will help me to get rid of all the hair I can.
What do you think?
Is a straightened hairstyle a good idea?