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    Well I am Caucasian and have typically western hair which is very wavy. I also have two annoying cow-licks on the front of my face.
    I recently had a full fringe cut in, with the intention of straightening/blow drying it into place every morning as (due to the cows-licks) it doesn't sit properly naturally....But then I had an epiphany; could I ask a hairdresser to chemically straighten my fringe?
    Is it really bad for your hair? Is it expensive? How long would it last?

    Thanks for any help guys
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    (Original post by emilylikeeee)
    Well I am Caucasian and have typically western hair which is very wavy. I also have two annoying cow-licks on the front of my face.
    I recently had a full fringe cut in, with the intention of straightening/blow drying it into place every morning as (due to the cows-licks) it doesn't sit properly naturally....But then I had an epiphany; could I ask a hairdresser to chemically straighten my fringe?
    Is it really bad for your hair? Is it expensive? How long would it last?

    Thanks for any help guys
    Hi there, its not as bad for your hair as constantly ironing it. If you can get hold of a set of baby straightening irons (which are perfect for fringes) you could just use Str8 Forward which is I product I created. If you use this particular product you can get your fringe straight for about 6 weeks before needing to repeat the proceedure. It has a keratin protein phase so it helps retain the condition in your hair. Give it a go and see how you get on.
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    Im the same as you with this, it's so annoying. Im guessing if you did it chemically it would grow out so fast. Fringes are always the bit I notice growing.,
 
 
 
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