Replace frizz with strands as smooth as silk. These tips impart just how to get sleek hair and beautifully streamline your style.
||Instead of using a round brush to finish your style, set your hair in Velcro rollers immediately after blow drying. Let your hair cool in the Velcro rollers for a smooth look without the tugging from a brush.|
||To control flyaways with TRESemmé Salon Finish Extra Hold Hair Spray, spray down onto the flyaways and immediately brush the flyaways down.|
||Don't forget to protect your hair every time you apply heat to it. Spritz Keratin Smooth Heat Protection Shine Spray all over your head to prevent damage while styling.
||Prep your hair by spraying your entire head liberally with Keratin Smooth Heat Protection Shine Spray before blow drying. Then blow dry your hair 80% dry using your fingers; finish drying with a round brush for a smoother texture.
||Spray your entire head liberally with Keratin Smooth Heat Protection Shine Spray before blow drying to prep your hair. Then blow dry your hair 80% dry using just your fingers; finish drying with a round brush for a smoother texture.
||Blow dry your hair pointing the nozzle of the dryer toward the ends of your hair. This smooths the cuticle and prevents tangles.|
||After blow drying your hair, blast it with cool air for one minute to set the style and give it shine.|
||Use a high-quality ceramic straightening or curling iron to style your hair. Ceramic tools are much gentler on the hair than metal and will give you a smoother, softer finish.|
||Don’t neglect your ends when applying heat protective products. Your ends are most susceptible to damage and drying, so pay special attention to them.|
||Don’t try to style wet hair with a straightening or curling iron. Always blow dry or air-dry your hair completely before using an iron. Wet hair is especially delicate, and direct heat can cause breakage.|
||Don’t hold the nozzle of the blow dryer in the same place on your hair for longer than five seconds—move the dryer constantly to prevent overheating your hair.|
||There's one rule when you expose your hair to heat — the hair must be protected.|
||This conditioning spray protects your hair from drying and frying every time you plan to expose your hair to heat from your blow dryer, curling or straighteners.|
||Go for a sleek chignon—pull hair into a low pony and secure with an elastic. Wrap the entire pony around the elastic to form a bun, secure it with bobby pins, and spritz with TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Heat Protection Shine Spray for a polished look.|
||Apply TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Heat Protection Shine Spray on damp hair and blow dry for a sleek look. Part your hair on one side, sweeping any fringe or long layers across your forehead and behind your ears (if they are long enough). Place a wide headband 2.5 cm back from your forehead.|
||Salon-styled hair always looks super-shiny and healthy. Use a silicone-based shine spray like TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Heat Protection Shine Spray on your hair from halfway up the shaft down to the ends. Spray it on damp hair before styling with heat to smooth the hair and lock in the shine. Re-apply a tiny bit on just the ends of your finished style for definition.|
||Apply product when hair is freshly damp and blow dry as soon as possible to get the smoothest texture.|
||Use a hairdryer with a nozzle attachment that will direct the flow of the air onto a small section of your hair.|
||Use a medium round brush if you have mid-length to long hair, and a small round brush if you have shorter hair. Gently turn the brush as you dry each section of your hair to help with smoothing.|
||Don't use really large round brushes — they are difficult to manoeuver. You want a medium or small brush to give you optimal smoothness and help you achieve a nice curl at the ends.|
||When you flat iron your hair, don't take sections that are larger than the iron itself. If you use a 2.5 cm flat iron, separate sections of hair that are 2.5 cm in width for the best results.|
||Don't move the flat iron too quickly over your hair, and don't hold it in one place for too long. Move the iron at a slow steady pace from root to tip to get silky smooth texture.|