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Straight Talk: Sleek Glossy Locks Are Back

If you want to master this summer’s hottest hair trend, it’s time to get to grips with those straighteners again.

Thanks to Millennials’ and Gen-Z’s nostalgic obsession with the nineties and the noughties, sleek, straight hair is trending. However, the dull, heat-damaged hair many of us were left with when we first embraced the look is a thing of the past. A little expertise and a couple of hard-working styling products are all that’s needed to achieve glossy, perfectly polished locks. For on-the-go style, pack cordless hot irons and a heat-protector spray; to achieve longer lasting locks, first blow dry hair in sections using a good-quality brush. Don’t skimp on treatments to ensure that straight hair doesn’t come at a compromise to its condition, and always seal your look with a spritz of hair spray or glossing mist for a lasting mirror-like finish.

Straight haircare products
Left from top: Olaplex No.6 Bond Smoother, £26 at John Lewis & Partners; Dyson Corrale Cord-Free Straightener, £399 at John Lewis & Partners; Bumble and bumble Heat Shield Thermal Protection Mist, £25 at Boots; ghd Unplugged Cordless Hair Straightener, £299 at John Lewis & Partners; Percy & Reed Define & Hold Finishing Cream, £12 at Marks & Spencer Right from top: Charles Worthington Shine Plex Glossing Mist, £7.99 at Superdrug; label.m Titanium Pro Styling Iron, £91.95 at Toni&Guy; COLOR WOW Dream Coat Supernatural Spray, £26 at Marks & Spencer; BaByliss 9000 Cordless Hair Straightener, £200 at Argos; Denman D38 Power Paddle Hair Styling Brush, £17.50 at Boots; label.m Titanium Pro Styling Iron, £91.95 at Toni&Guy

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