Blow Dry & Flat Iron Natural Hair

Breanna Rutter


Hello everyone this is Breanna Rutter author of one of my most profitable actually have Bible and found out for these videos I love to answer the questions that you all send me via email so you have any questions that you would like me to check out the description box below for more information this mail is due to an email that I received from Mikayla and Mikayla wants to know whether or not doing blowouts and flat ironing is damaging to her hair what can she do to combat any damage that she may encounter if she wants to do so I got some tips for you and I'm going to walk along the process to make sure they are not encouraging any heat damage whatsoever so the very first thing that is important when you are applying any heat to your hair whether you are doing a blowout or a flatiron is to thee condition your hair make sure that you are deep conditioner contains ingredients that are shaft penetrating if you want to know more information about that referred to my book the Black hair manual as I walk you through the ingredients to look for and especially ingredients is going to work best for your specific hair of fair so the very first thing you have to do is make sure you deep condition and for your best deep conditioning process make sure that you're using heat to encourage that so you can put a plastic a cap on your head like a shower cap or a grocery bag that's plastic or you can just go ahead and sit under a steamer for about 15 minutes with your deep conditioning process now my second tip is for if you're not going to be putting heat on your hair often so this is like a once in a while thing when you like to the blowouts and flatiron is that you want to opt for oils instead to serve as a natural heat protectant the top what I always suggest when doing so is grapeseed oil but depending on how well the oil works with your hair you can also opt to use olive oil and arguing oil in that so this all depends on whether or not grapeseed oil feels too greasy on your hair you can also opt to use olive oil or argan oil and olive oil instead just a little bit grapeseed oil onto your hair before you do your blowout and then do your blowout and then flatiron your hair now my last tip that I suggest is if you are going to be using heat on your hair more often but you're not going to be using heat every day is to opt for water-soluble silicones now all this information that I am talking about maybe foreign to you and if you already understand then that's fine but if you don't refer more information to my website and search for anything I am mentioning here I just want to give you the tips to follow along with to actually straighten your hair but if you want to know more information and about the specific oil shaft penetrating ingredients and water soluble silicones then refer to my book and my website but make sure that using water soluble silicones that are rated PEG8 or higher because that means when you go to wash out your you don't have to use a sulfate shampoo or a hard cleansing shampoo to wash the silicones from outside of your hair shaft so just to bring this all back number one deep condition number two use grapeseed oil argan or olive oil and number three if you are going to straighten my often use water soluble silicones so those are all of my tips for you and I hope that you have much success with doing blowouts and if I now hope this videos also help everyone as well so before any of you go make sure to sign up for my email list so that way you will be automatically entered into giveaways that I do and also only there I update you all with exclusive content so until then I'll see you on my very next video

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