Deviant Login Shop  Join deviantART for FREE Take the Tour

Details

Closed to new replies
December 24, 2012
Link

Statistics

Replies: 11

Heat Protectant Spray??? O_O

:iconkpop-44:
I have a John Frieda heat protectant spray called "FRIZZ-EASE - Heat Defeat Protective Styling Spray | Nourishes + Straightens Hair | For straight styles". The instructions say to spray on damp hair then blow dry straight. Do I need to re-spray it before I straighten my hair with hair straightener? Can I also use this spray when using a curling iron or not? :? (Sorry if this question seems a little stupid, I have no idea about this kind of stuff :|)
Reply

You can no longer comment on this thread as it was closed due to no activity for a month.

Devious Comments

:iconravynnenevyrmore:
RavynneNevyrmore Dec 24, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Heat-protectors are generally for use with blow-dryers, flat irons, curling irons, and any other device that applies heat directly to your hair.

I reapply before using any heat device.

But I find that creamy "blow-dry straighteners" work better for actually helping to straighten the hair while blow drying than a spray, but my hair is naturally wavy/curly and very frizzy so it needs a lot of help getting straight.
Reply
:iconkpop-44:
I see. Thanks! :)
Reply
:icondutchconnaisseur:
Are best scientists are working on your question. We will get back to you as soon as we have an answer.
In the meantime, DON'T press that big red button.
Reply
:iconendeavor-to-freefall:
It's not going to burst into flames or anything like that but unless it's designed for hot styling it could potentially damage your hair, nothing noticeable short term but I wouldn't do it every day.
Reply
:iconfreakylaurent:
FreakyLaurent Dec 24, 2012  Professional Photographer
On HWL ?

Over a mere hairspray?

What is this . . .

Ann Landers??

F-cked up !
Reply
:iconkpop-44:
Last time I put this kind of topic in the General forum, it got moved to here and they told me to just post these kind of topics on HWL next time :)
Reply
:iconrockygemscarly:
RockyGemsCarly Dec 24, 2012  Student General Artist
I use that all the time! What I prefer doing is letting my hair dry naturally overnight and straightening it first thing in the morning. I spray it on just before I straighten.
Reply
:iconkpop-44:
Thanks! :) I just wasn't sure whether to spray it on right before I straightened my hair because it makes a sizzling sound...Is that supposed to happen? :XD:
Reply
:iconrockygemscarly:
RockyGemsCarly Dec 24, 2012  Student General Artist
Yeah, that almost always happens. It's just the excess liquid evaporating, not your hair cooking :XD:
Reply
:iconkpop-44:
Ah phew! Thanks a lot! I feel much more reassured now :)
Reply
Add a Comment: