When you have a big day at work but you overslept, you’ll probably think that you have no other option but to dash out the door with your hair wet. Unfortunately, that can leave you with a lot of hair problems. With that, let’s answer one question: Can you straighten damp hair?
You can straighten damp hair.
Yes, you got that right. No one will punish you for using your hair straightener on your damp hair. In fact, if you use a wet-to-dry straightener, the process will be quicker.
But, here’s the thing:
Straightening your hair while it’s still damp or wet is a recipe for disaster. A straightener tends to apply direct heat to hair at a higher temperature than blow dryers. If you apply that heat to wet hair, you can end up burning your hair. And if you persistently do it, you’ll eventually have a hard time taming your tresses, managing your frizz, and solving your hair’s coarse texture.
Can you straighten damp hair?
The answer is yes but you probably wouldn’t want to do that. Straightening damp or wet hair can burn it. You can also end up with frizzy, coarse, and damaged hair.