Monday, February 10, 2014

Healthy Bride Series - Natural Hair Straightening

In this Healthy Bride Series you will learn all about natural hair straightening methods from There are so many hairstyles to choose from for your wedding day and it all depends on the weather, your hair length and style, and for some the texture of your hair. When thinking about your wedding hairstyle you may think, there's no way I can go straight!! Or if you do decide to stick with straight tresses you may be assuming it will involve a long drawn out process of heat and styling to get your hair looking fabulously straight. But you are wrong, you can go straight on your wedding day and you can do it without heat!! Check out these gorgeously straight wedding locks and read on to find out how you can get the look without damaging your hair with heat.

How to get Straight Hair with Coconut Milk

Ever wanted to know how to get the shiniest and most silky hair? Click the image below to find out how to get straight hair…

Natural Hair Straightening with Milk

Check out's natural hair straightening with milk post by clicking the image below; you can also check out the video for a tutorial :)
Camille is the author of and explains how heat can damage your hair:

"If you wish to have longer and healthier hair, you should avoid applying any type of heat to your hair. I am saying this from my personal experience. I have tried using all types of many straightening products, but I was unable to protect my health from being damaged. So that, now I have to keep any type of  heat appliance away from me. In order to avoid heating my scalp, I am searching the web to find out those straightening products that can straight my hair without applying heat. Though, I have found some of the straighten products that don’t use heat, but they are not perfect in all cases. Among them, I have found two best straightening products and now I am going to share them for you..." To learn more check out

For other healthy bride tips check out:

* How to get in shape with the Toronto School of Burlesque 

* How to loose inches with Skinny Wraps

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