A couple of years ago, my sister had really frizzy/curly hair and over the time, she tried out different re-bonding techniques at home which didn't really work out and resulted in extremely volumized/loose curls. And she has short hair, so that definitely didn't work out.
So the last time we went to Naheed, I picked out Silis Silk Straightening System because it only had 2 creams in it to apply and the process looked really simple. It was for around Rs.1,500.
So I decided to take pictures along I did the entire process for her so that it could help you have a better understanding at how this stuff works. And needless to say, it worked wonders. (There's a before and after picture at the end which will answer all your questions)
What You Need:
-Silis Silk Straightening System
-A brush to apply the cream
-A mild shampoo
-A scrap shirt to wear (as your clothes will get messy)
|(How my sister's hair was before starting the process!)|
Squeeze out the entire contents of straightening cream #1 into a bowl.
Part your hair into 4 sections. Use the brush to apply the cream on 1'' sections and cover your entire head completely focusing on the ends. Wait for around 15-20 minutes and wash the hair.
Once you have your hair washed and dried, Apply the protective serum all over your hair.
And then straighten your hair using a flat iron. Again, focus on the ends and make sure every single hair is straight.
Once your hair is all dried and straightened, use the neutralizer and apply that on your hair. You don't have to be really specific about this, just squirt the product into hair and use your fingers to spread it out. Make sure all your hair is covered. Leave it on for 20 minutes.
After 20 minutes, wash your hair again and blow dry it or you can air dry it, whatever suits you.
Voila, you'll have straight hair!! :)
Are you ready for the before and after picture?
Here it is!
Isn't the difference amazing?!!
Although, you have to make sure not to tie your hair after the process for about 2-3 days to make sure your hair remain straight.
I hope you guys enjoyed this little tutorial. Let me know if I should do more stuff like this in the future.