Straight hair is a blessing for lots of people, the reason being that sleek, silken locks are always in fashion and they’re very easy to look after. Straight hair can come in three textures: course, medium and fine, so the ideal think is to find a hairstyle that works with your hair type and texture. Here are some ideas:
The blunt cut
Short and sweet, no layers required and hardly any maintenance, just a monthly trim if you want to keep it that way.
Start at chin level and narrow down from there. To maintain the layers, have your hair trimmed regularly.
Layered bob with fringe
Short and layered with a nice long fringe to set off your eyes. Pretty easy to look after and all you need is to take regular trips to get the layers trimmed.
Short and straight with layers
Like the layered bob but simpler and requires the same care.
If you have long hair, you can experiment with flirtatious flips and long, loose layers to get the most out of your locks. If your hair isn’t the length you want it to be, try natural or synthetic clip-in hair extensions that can be attached to your tresses. Don’t worry, if you buy high quality extensions made of high level human hair, your style will look completely natural. If you have course hair, use balm, serum or try Pro Naturals Moroccan Oil Hair Treatment to make your hair silky smooth and shiny. This hair treatment also acts as an efficient heat protectant, so remember to use it before whipping out the hair dryer, flat iron or curling iron.
The great thing about straight hair is that you have hundreds of styling possibilities. All you need to do is choose the ideal style for your hair’s texture, if you want, consult your stylist on which look suits you best.
Also, take a look at our article Hot Hairstyles and Hair Tips for 2011 for more ideas!