Best Celebrity Hairstyles for Straight Hair
These celebs give it to you straight. How to make flat Asian hairstyles look healthy, shiny and hip
Lucy LiuStraight hair can often look dry and damaged despite being less prone to breakage than curly locks. There are two reasons for this: There are no curls or kinks to hide split ends, and while curly hair diffuses light, straight hair reflects it, making breakage stand out -- big time. To keep hair looking healthy like Liu's, Thomas suggests seeing your stylist often for a "dusting," which means a very minimal trim of your ends. It will help you maintain the healthiest-looking hair without sacrificing length. No time for a trim? Curl your ends under like Liu did here to mask shaggy strands.
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