This Is How I Straighten My Natural Hair Without Damaging My Curls
But that changed when I entered “the real world.” Work, relationships, and my personal life prevented me from dedicating time to my hair as I did before.
Flat twisting my entire head after 10-hour work days felt like a second job and — frankly — I couldn’t be bothered. Slowly but surely, straight hair came creeping back into my life like a bad ex, and I began straightening my hair with
hot tools once a month. That turned into once a week and now wearing my natural hair straight has become a regular, more convenient part of my lifestyle — but it’s a risky game to play.