I straighten my hair almost every day but I do not want to damage it so much. I have seen products that you put on your hair before straightening it to protect it from frying. Which of these works really well and is affordable? I don’t really want to spend a lot of money.

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  • CLICKER12US

    April 18, 2016

    tresemme heatt protection is great and doesnt cost a lot as is loreal heat protection

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  • Amber8294

    April 18, 2016

    use JOhn Frieda products to protect your hair

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  • Liz

    April 18, 2016

    Nexxus has one that I use. Heat Protexx heat protection styling spray. It works wonders because I don’t get breakage nor extreme dryness.

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  • JennyJo

    April 18, 2016

    I too straighten my hair everyday and I use a great heat protection spray from V05….it is in a red spray bottle….actually I use V05’s whole hair care line. But you just spray the heat protection on before you blow-dry your hair and then style as usual…it really works great!!

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  • Diggie D

    April 18, 2016

    i use condintiure it works

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  • Hollywood9829

    April 18, 2016

    pantene

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  • CigarMe

    April 18, 2016

    i use the flat iron spray by healthy sexy hair but its like reallyy expensive, i love it and it works realyy good. i straighten my hair every day too and this stuff helps it from getting slit ends as much.

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  • Vickie M6624

    April 18, 2016

    My stylist really recommends the Paul Mitchell Spray Wax (I think about $25 but I have long hair and it lasts about 4 months). Just a little bit on your hair before using the Chi Iron. Also– make sure you’re using a ceramic iron as opposed to the others if you really want to reduce the damage caused by straightening. I used to put the flat iron on mine everyday, but since I’m trying to have healthy hair for my wedding, I’ve reduced it to a few times a week.

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  • Yan

    April 18, 2016

    HEY, I work at a Salon Jean Louis David, Its a really expensive but quite worth it salon. Any way I really suggest this hair straightening spray from Sally beauty supply, Its called Hair straightener protection* It works.

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  • Gray Wanderer

    April 18, 2016

    Matrix Sleek.Look Iron Smoother spray, buy it at your local salon, or target, they carry that now at some of them.

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  • OlderWiser

    April 18, 2016

    ,It’s called silk. You can also use it on your skin. Farouk is the one I use, Biosilk silk therapy. There are copys out there that are also good.

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  • JDW

    April 18, 2016

    Dove makes a great product called Straight & Sleek. I love it!!!

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  • ImABarbieGirl

    April 18, 2016

    chi products like the shampoo and condition, the keratin mist and the oil. it has really helped my hair with the damage that a flat iron can cause…

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  • Vidra

    April 18, 2016

    the stuff I use is by Chi – called Iron Guard. It is great and smells pretty good to

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  • GQ_Quinner

    April 18, 2016

    its called CHI its a Cationic Hydration interlink…44 iron gyard only $13.00 and it smells like guys curve colgne…hmmm

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  • Julie A

    April 18, 2016

    Because of the haircut I have, I have to flat-iron my hair everyday. As a result, I use the Infusium 23 Spray-on Leave-In Conditioner and it keeps my hair moisturized.

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  • Carol

    April 18, 2016

    Tresemme has a heat tameing spray you can use on your hair before you flat-iron it. Spray it on sections of dry hair. Let your hair dry and straighten it. I use it on my hair. Wich I flat iron every day.

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