Fashion & Style: All About Sedu

23 01 2010

First of all, what is a Sedu hairstyle? Well, Sedu actually comes from the word seductive. Most Asians are very lucky in that they are born with naturally straight hair. Lots of westerners have to resort to straightening their hair in order to achieve the same silky, straight hair Asians have. This hair is now known as Sedu hair. A Sedu iron has even been invented for those that want this kind of hair! So, we Asians have it lucky, really.

For those not lucky enough to be born with a Sedu hairstyle, here’s a quick step-by-step of how you can create one yourself.

Instructions:

What you need

  • Hair straightener
  • Leave-in conditioner
  • Shaping gel
  • Hairdryer
  • Large round brush

1. Begin by washing your hair with a good quality shampoo. Gently pat your hair dry with a towel, don’t fluff hair up by scrubbing at it with a towel.

2. Comb in a generous amount of leave-in conditioner followed by some shaping gel.

3. Blow dry hair with a hairdryer and a large round brush combing the hair downwards, by keeping the hairdryer pointed downwards this will encourage the hair to lay flat.

4. Once the hair is dry and as flat as possible then use the Sedu flat iron and the result should be a perfect Sedu hairstyle.

Note: It is recommended that a good quality flat iron be used when creating a perfect Sedu hairstyle. Ideally, you would want to get the best flat iron on the market – the Sedu. If this is out of the question, make sure that you look for a quality ceramic plated flat iron that won’t damage or dry out your hair.

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The Sedu hairstyle is great for arranging, tinting, coloring, or just leaving out. The craze has now blown over to hollywood (with the revolution of Jennifer Anniston). But still, it’s a lot of trouble to create. So Asians, let’s be grateful that we’re born with Sedu.

Credit: kerendoesmakeup, http://asianhairstyle.blogspot.com

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