Question about straightening hair…?
Q I have chin length hair that is supposed to be straight for it to be in its style but my hair is naturally very wavy. I straighten it using ghd’s and straightening serum but after half hour of being outside it goes curly again and makes me look ugly. (And I mean ugly I got rated 4 out of 10 for a facial attractiveness activity when it was wavy lol) Anyway but when the hairdresser does it, it seems to stay straight so I don’t understand. To keep it straight most of the day I have to straighten it 4 times a day which isn’t doing any good. Do any of you have this problem?
A I can understand your frustration as you are fighting a losing battle and if you have tried other hairstyles and you definitely don’t like your curly hair then I have the answer for you.
What you need is a Yuko hair straighter, a Yuko is a Japanese product that keeps your hair straight and shiny, for up to six months, (yes you heard right shiny as well) after you have washed your hair all you need to do is gently towel dry it, then if you’re in a rush blast your hair with a dryer and it will dry almost 100% straight, if you are going out somewhere nice I would use a round brush to straighten it but instead of you struggling for 40 minutes it will take around 15 minutes and remember it will look shiny and healthy.
All you need to do is go to a salon that uses Yuko and they will first give you a compatibility test just to see if your hair is strong enough to have the Yuko, as long as it’s not breaking off or you have bleached your hair you should be fine, you can use Yuko on top of hair colour.
It takes around four hours to have a Yuko but once you’ve had it your life becomes much easier.
My salon in Covent Garden has been using Yuko for around eight years and we have a large clientele that now cannot leave without it.
Type Yuko hair straightening into a search engine and you’ll find a fairly large choice of salons around the country that now uses this product.
“This question was answered by Stuart Phillips on Yahoo answers UK & Ireland.”