At the moment, I’ve been keeping my haircare routine pretty standard. I do have naturally wavy/curly hair, but due to a bad haircut I had a few months back, my layers are still too short for me to style my hair naturally on a regular basis. (I should also point out that although I am currently only using products from one specific brand, this is not a sponsored post).This is what I start with. After washing my hair with Bumble and Bumble Creme de Coco shampoo and conditioner (which I’ve talked about here), I squeeze out the excess water from my hair and let it dry a bit while I get dressed and eat.The first thing I do before combing out my hair is spritz Bumble and Bumble Hairdresser’s Invisible Oil Heat/UV Protective Primer. Because I love my styling tools, I need something to protect it and this does a great job. It also works as a leave-in treatment, making it super easy to comb out those nasty tangles. Once the primer is combed in, I spray Bumble and Bumble Thickening Hairspray in, especially at the roots. I then take a tiny amount of Bumble and Bumble Grooming Creme (no more than a dime-sized amount) and run that through the lengths. I then take my trusty comb and comb my hair again to make sure that all of the product is evenly distributed. I then blow my hair dry. Currently I am using a Conair hair dryer (I don’t know what the style number is). It’s not a special one, but it gets the job done and it’s pink, so I’m happy. I will blow dry my hair upside down for the most part, to give it a bit of volume at the roots, but not the whole time just to avoid all of that frizz. Once most of my hair is dry, I take my Drybar Lemon Drop Flat Brush to brush out my hair and help with straightening it out. When I’m positive that my hair is completely dry, I brush it out, then section it off in order to straighten it. Right now, I am loving the Hold It Together Blow Dry Clips from Sephora. I also use these for pining back my hair when I’m doing my makeup. They can hold a lot of hair, and they don’t kink, which I love. The straightener that I am currently using is the CHI Air Classic Tourmaline 1″ Ceramic Flat Iron (I do want a new one though, so send your recommendations my way!). I then straighten each section of my hair, starting with the bottom layers, curling the ends in ever so slightly, just so that it’s not pin straight. And voila! This is the end result. I think from beginning to end, this takes me about twenty to thirty minutes, depending on how wet my hair is once I start to blow dry it. I promise once my hair starts to cooperate with its natural wave, I will post my wavy/curly haircare routine!