What is the best hair product to spray on your hair before straightening it?

Question by Sn: What is the best hair product to spray on your hair before straightening it?
I just got my dead ends cut off and my hair still sticks out at the end. Any good hair products would be good and natural ones would be great.

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Answer by Jumping the Border is fun
The cheapest gel you can find inside a garbage can, thats what i use on my hair like all the other Mexicans

LOVE, A dirty mexican

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8 Responses to “What is the best hair product to spray on your hair before straightening it?”

  • Kendra says:

    what do you want it to do?
    protect your hair?
    i use the chi heat protectant spray.
    it works really well (:

  • Waxma-Weasel D, CA. says:

    Jerry Curl.

  • ||.Kayla.|| says:

    Any heat protector would be fine. To help with your hair, you might want to buy some better shampoo and conditioner. There are some that are specifically for all types of hair; dry, damaged, etc

  • singinglady says:

    You don’t always have to use a spray. What I use is proclaim anti frizz serum. It’s amazing. Personally, I put a little in when my hair is wet, then I blow dry it, and then I straighten it and when my hair is all finished, I put a little more in. It makes your hair shiny, soft, and totally frizz free. You can buy it at beauty suppliers such as Sally Beauty.

  • ஜShould Be Sleepingஜ says:

    I use Tresemme’s heat protectant spray and I really like it. You can get it from Walgreens/Walmart/etc. and it’s like 6/7 bucks so it’s not that bad. The CHI heat protectant is good, too, but it’s more expensive.

  • stephy says:

    chi 44 iron guard its really good but i suggest if ur starting to get slit ends to cut the tips

  • Tay says:

    I use thermasilk by sunsilk, the shampoo & conditioner.
    It’s heat activated.
    Then I use Garnier Fructis leave in conditioner with coconut & milk.
    My hair looks perfect after I straighten it no breakage at the ends.
    Also check what kind of straightener your using.
    I recommend a one inch plate.

  • ♥DancingQueen♥ says:

    Use a frizz-taming spray such as one from Suave. They sell it at like Walmart and stuff; it works well. :)
    And a good heat protectant wouldn’t hurt….

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