Straight hair” is what people with naturally permed hair yearn for. However, straight hair can also be difficult to manage. In this issue, we will talk about the characteristics of straight hair and waxes that match perfectly.
Straight hair is this kind of hair texture
Straight hair is exactly what it sounds like: straight hair. It has a straight line that falls neatly from the top of the head and has no waviness. Even if the hair is cut short, it does not gather in the center. Because of this straight hair texture, various arrangements can be enjoyed.
Another feature is that it is very shiny and beautiful. In fact, even if the hair is quite damaged, it does not look damaged. No matter what color is applied, it will look beautiful. Even if you make a mistake, it can still look beautiful. (Except for the right color.) However, straight hair also has its disadvantages.
However, straight hair also has its disadvantages. Straight hair is basically very stiff and can feel stiff. One of my acquaintances once said, “It’s like black kelp.”
Because of this hair quality, even if a perm is applied strongly, some people have trouble getting it to stay in place because of the force that tries to “undo” the damage.
Also, as mentioned above, it is easy to arrange itself, but even if wax is applied, it will come off more quickly than with other hair types. Especially for those with fine hair, it is difficult to create volume.
What wax should such straight-haired people choose?
Straight-haired people with this type of hair should choose a wax that lasts a long time and can be applied firmly throughout the hair.
Cream or matte waxes that can be easily spread throughout the hair are preferable. Because it can be applied to the entire hair, it is easy to keep the same style for a long time, making it ideal for straight hair.
Straight hair + fine hair. Which one fits this?
As mentioned above, straight hair is often hard and strong. However, some people may have “straight hair but fine hair. In this case, the wax to choose is completely different.
The basic rule of thumb is to choose a wax with high holding power, but if too much is applied, it will result in a sticky, heavy texture. For this reason, we recommend using a spray to finish the hair. Spray, when used well, can provide soft texture and holding power at the same time, so it works very well with people with fine hair.
Here, we would like to introduce a “soft and long-lasting ladies’ style” that our supervising stylist directly taught us☆We use a soft wax with low setting power, whether spray or cream, to create a certain shape, and then use a hard spray to hold it in place.
I have straight hair, so my hair doesn’t look fluffy.
I have straight hair, so my hair falls out easily.
If you have such problems, why don’t you try this kind of styling product? You will surely find a good match.