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William Levy is looking as dashing as ever! His hair has been straightened before it was styled. Please keep in mind that you are going to need to apply a straightening balm before you straighten your hair. This is going to help protect your hair from being damaged from the heat of the styling iron. Once you have ironed your hair, you can then use hair product to style your hair and keep your hair in place throughout the day. You are going to need to cut your hair once every 4 weeks or so to ensure that the hairstyle stays in shape and looks healthy.
If you are going to grow the beard as well, you need to ensure that you keep your beard short and styled well. You will be turning heads in no time with this new look!
- Scissor Cut
- Face Shape
- Hair Density
- Hair Texture
- Under 21, 21 - 30, 31 - 40, and 41 - 50
- Forehead Height
- Neck Length
- 20 minutes
- Gel and Straightener Product
- Straightening Iron
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1. Apply Straightening Balm
Squeeze a small amount of straightening balm into your palms and then rub your hands together before smoothing the product evenly through damp hair.
2. Use a Straightening Iron
When straightening your hair, first make sure that your hair is completely dry. Then, section your hair off starting from the back/nape using a comb. Straighten your hair starting from the roots and working your way down to the ends using your comb as your guide. Make sure not to leave the straightening iron in one spot for more than 3 seconds. For more information about straightening techniques click here.
3. Spike Top Using Gel-wax
Apply gel-wax to your fingertips, then grab a small section of hair and rub the gel-wax into your hair before twisting and pulling your strands upwards. For longer lasting spikes we recommend using strong hold gel.
4. Pinch Hair for Texture Using Gel
Apply gel to your fingertips and then pinch small clumps of hair in an up and forward motion. For a messier look, pinch the clumps in different directions.