Hair Straightening

Hair & Straightening


every single one of us who doesn’t have naturally straight hair fantasizes about having poker straight tresses that flow unfettered in the wind. I get it. I get the urge, the desire, the absolute need that you feel to straighten your hair. Be that as it may,

hair straightening – whether done at home with a straightening iron or through a chemical treatment at a salon – comes with a host of side effects that can spell disaster for your hair. “WHAT SIDE EFFECTS? WHAT DISASTER?” you must be wondering in alarm.

What Are The Side Effects Of Hair Straightening?

The side effects of permanent hair straightening and the straightening you do at home are many, ranging from something as minor as dullness to something as major as hair loss.

1. Slower Hair Growth
2. Dryness
3. Frizz
4. Breakage
5. Split Ends
6. Dullness
7. Hair Fall
8. Permanent Hair Loss
9. Itchy Scalp

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Side Effects Of & Hair straightening

We get that you’re all about achieving Kim K’s sleek ponytail look, but there are some serious side effects of hair straightening that you should consider. Dry hair Your hair loses its natural moisture if you’re someone who regularly straightens your hair. This is because the main purpose of a straightening iron depends upon removing all of the water within your hair to make it hang perfectly. It also explains why your hair goes back to normal after washing it—your hair is rehydrated,

causing your curls to reappear. Over time, consistently straightening your hair drains out all of its natural oils, causing it to become brittle and prone to breakage, which leads us to our next side effect.

Frizziness: If you were looking to deal with those flyaways by straightening your hair, think again. While you may gain some immediate relief from the daily struggle of your hair refusing to just calm down, in the long run the dry nature of your hair will cause it to become frizzier.

Side Effects Hair straightening

Breakage And & Split Ends

Breakage Split Ends

The dryness that comes with straightening your hair is responsible for a lot of the other issues that your hair might face. The loss of natural moisture from your hair disrupts the structure of hair strands, making it a lot easier for them to break—this is why you find that you have a lot more split ends that make your hair appear worn out and tired. You might find yourself having to go to the hair salon for a trim more often just to get rid of those damaged ends!

Dullness: Have you found that the natural sheen of your hair almost disappears after you’ve straightened it a few times? This is because hair straightening removes everything that is responsible for giving your hair its healthy glow—it strips the hair of its natural oils and moisture, giving rise to duller, lacklustre hair.

The side effects above come with regularly straightening your hair. The ones below are more specific permanent hair straightening effects and are longer term.

Hair & Loss

Even if you’ve got the perfect hair routine all cracked out with all the right products and everything, this is something that is unfortunately inevitable when it comes to permanent hair straightening. The chemicals that are used to straighten your hair damage the roots, making you significantly more susceptible to hair fall.

Baldness typically refers to excessive hair loss from your scalp. Hereditary hair loss with age is the most common cause of baldness. Some people prefer to let their hair loss run its course untreated and unhidden. Others may cover it up with hairstyles, makeup, hats or scarves. And still others choose one of the treatments available to prevent further hair loss and to restore growth.

Reduced hair growth: Whoa—we know! This may be the deal breaker when it comes to using hair straighteners. The chemicals and heat that are used to straighten your hair, do significant damage to your hair cuticles, in turn slowing down the speed at which your hair grows.

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