Bangs & Fringes

How to Straighten Curly Hair Fringe

Curated By
Miriam Herst

A DIY hack that will help you save money without sacrificing style.

We’re all big fans of Sunday mornings spent getting our hair blown out with a glass of champagne in one hand and a carefully curated Instagram feed on our phone’s screen in the other. It’s hard to imagine a better feeling than having someone wash and style your hair for you, isn’t it? It takes self care to the next level. But in an effort to stick to our 2017 budget goals, we’ve been trying to minimize our spending and find a DIY alternative to the more expensive parts of our beauty routines. For women with curly hair, learning how to straighten curly hair fringe is one of the easiest ways to give the impression of a fresh professionally done style in under ten minutes. Once you purchase the right hair products and dig your blowdryer out of storage, the bulk of the hard work is done. Keep reading for a quick and easy tutorial for how to straighten curly hair fringe yourself and put your hard-earned money towards your summer travel plans instead. Paris, anyone?

How to Straighten Curly Hair Fringe

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Get ready to add ‘amateur hair stylist’ to your resume.

1. Start with fresh strands.

Begin by treating yourself to an extra long shower and wash your hair with the TRESemmé Flawless Curls Shampoo and the TRESemmé Flawless Curls Conditioner. Spend a few extra moments massaging your scalp for a pseudo-salon experience while you shampoo your hair. When it comes to conditioner, focus on distributing the majority of the product on the hair below your ears and work the leftovers into your scalp. This will add extra shine and softness to your strands and make your hair much more flexible when you get to styling.

2. Diffuse and blow-dry.

Run a dollop of the Suave Professionals Luxe Style Infusion Volumizing Soufflé Mousse through your damp hair and diffuse the longer pieces using your blowdryer with the diffuser attachment. Once your hair has dried, focus your blowdryer on your bangs. Using a large round brush, curl your bangs towards your face and direct the blowdryer first at the roots and then at the ends of your bangs.

3. Straighten and spray into place.

For a natural finish that doesn’t look too overdone, run a straightener set on a low-heat setting throughout the ends of of your bangs. This will seal in the shine and smoothness and maintain that professionally done feeling. Spray them with a quick mist of the Dove Style + Care Extra Hold Hairspray to keep all of your hard work in place.

Looking for more curly hair fringe inspiration? Check out three easy curly hairstyles with bangs

Miriam Herst
Yours in hair obsession, Miriam
09 February 2017

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