Straightening men's hair can be a bit more of a challenge, because it is usually short. You will need a few tools to make sure your fringe fall flat. Straight hair is much easier to handle than curly or wavy hair, making it much easier to achieve your desired look. Whether you are preparing to go on a catwalk, or just want to strut your stuff on the streets, straight hair might turn some heads.
Blow dry your hair. At the same time, comb the fringe down. All the moisture must be out of the hair. Spray on three or four squirts of a damage manager, which helps protect the hair from heat and other damage.
Pull the hair up with a comb and clamp the fringe in the straightener at the hair's base. Lift them straight up with the straightener. Avoid keeping the straightener on the hair for too long, because the heat causes damage.
Grab the hair again at the base and twist it down, towards your forehead. Continue to smooth it down, until it falls flat.