A Guide to Shiseido Hair Straightening

A Guide to Shiseido Hair Straightening

  17 Nov 2018

When it comes to hair, trends go in and out of fashion, but one style that never fails to impress is long, sleek tresses. But for many of us, especially those who have wavy or curly locks, it can be a struggle to achieve this outside of the salon. How do professionals get our tresses so sleek and shiny? Well, they do have a few tips and tricks up their sleeves. If you are one of the many women that struggle to achieve this timeless look, keep reading for a quick guide to Shiseido hair straightening given by the best Japanese hair salon.


Tip 1: The first thing to remember when it comes to Shiseido hair straightening is that it is a process, and if you want to achieve it, you need to go through several steps. This begins in the shower; no shampoo or conditioner will make your locks completely smooth, but there are products that can help to tame the mane! Look for products that are marketed as being ‘smoothing’ as this will add extra moisture and prepare the strands for the rest of the process. If you have dried out tresses that always look frazzled, you will be unable to get the sleek shiny appearance you are going for. So remember, care for your strands and they will be much more cooperative when it comes to styling.



Tip 2: Drying is actually just as important as the rest of the process. A major mistake many people make is rough towel drying, all this does is enhance the natural waves and kinks, so this is something to steer clear of. Instead, use a microfiber towel, this material is not only healthier for your locks, but it also promotes sleek strands and prevents excess frizz. Allow your locks to naturally dry, before rough drying with a blow-dryer; this basically means shaking the dryer back and forth over your head until it’s about 80% dry. Remember to keep the nozzle pointed downwards the entire time to prevent frizz!


Tip 3: Something many people forget about when they are using Shiseido hair straightening is how important the brush can be. The material the bristles are made out of, as well as the size and shape of the brush all impact how your tresses look at the end. What many women don’t know is that nylon bristles cause static, which is what you want to avoid. If you have a fringe, or want to go for the ‘blow-out’ look, use a large round brush whilst drying to give controlled volume.


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Tip 4: Don’t deny it, you’ve been in the position where you’ve been in a rush and you haven’t waited for your mane to completely dry and your strands have sizzled and steamed. But, this is bad, very bad! If this happens, stop whatever you’re doing. It needs to be completely dry when you are using Shiseido hair straightening or you could risk not only a bad look, but also damaged locks for the next few months.


Tip 5: So we want to avoid hearing sizzling, but we also want sleek results, so how do we achieve both things? A great way of doing this is by using a heat protectant, this can be used on both damp and completely dry strands. This product will moisturize and ensure the strands are protected from the intense heat you will be putting it through.


Tip 6: As easy as it might be to grab a chunk of hair and run the hot irons over it, this is not an effective method. So when you are using your Shiseido hair straightening products, take it slow and go section by section. This will ensure that the heat gets to all strands and you wont have to go through the frustration, or added stress to the strands by going over the same piece several times. It may seem like it takes longer, but actually, sectioning will save you time.