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    Posted: December 18 2010 at 3:14pm

Hi, I have found a natural procedure to straighten mens hair.

There are many ways to straighten curly hair for men, youtube is packed with videos showing the procedure. However, all those procedures require flat ironing, or using relaxers/chemicals.
The problem with those methods is that not only are they costly but they will also make you go bald!. There's even a guy in youtube advicing you not to wash your hair a few days before using a relaxer since your scalp will burn even more. Ouch!

Alopecia is quite normal in men, even if you're not going bald right now, you will start losing hair as you start aging, you really need to take care of your hair if you want to avoid this.

This procedure is 100% and requires almost no investment, you can do it daily before going out and it lasts until you take a shower. It even takes care of your hair, and makes it healthier.

The procedure takes 20 minutes aprox. If you had a bad hair day or let your hair grow longer, it will take about 30 minutes.
If you take a shower, you will need to do it again if you want to get your hair straight again.

It works on wavy hair and curly  hair, not on African American. And it works every time. I have curly hair.
 
So first, I wanna know if this is the right forum to talk about this. Are there any guys interested?, I would ask the moderator to transfer this post to another forum if this is not the ideal one. Thanks.


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I don't have a video yet, but if you're interested PM me
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I don't recommend this type of straightening method, they use harmful chemicals that can severely damage the hair, that's why I prefer the flat iron which is safer and cause less damage, I use a good one, it's the Karmin G3 Salon Pro that has tourmaline ceramic plates which leaves the hair soft, shiny, healthy and very straight. :D
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