Straighten Your Hair Without Frying It? Engineers Are On The Case

Straighten Your Hair Without Frying It? Engineers Are On The Case

By Ina Yang

Heat can turn curly locks into a sleek ‘do — and can also damage hair permanently. Engineers at Purdue are figuring out how hot is just hot enough when it comes to wielding that flat iron.

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