The reality is that many types of hair are prone to frizz. Curly hair, straight hair, whatever you want. Even those whose hair type is less likely to frizz will still be victims of hair damage or even frizz.
Even high-quality hair extensions can curl if not appropriately maintained. High-quality hair extensions made of real hair are also prone to frizz in humid environments, and cannot be safely protected when exposed to high-temperature products. Consider the habits that can help you control your curls:
How to comb frizzy hair
We now know that brushing dry hair is a big no-no, and it is best to brush hair in the shower. Here are some tips on combating frizz without causing unwanted loops on the top of the head:
Use a wild boar bristle brush.
The best frizzy hairbrush is a wild boar bristle brush with tight bristles that can tangle your hair. These brushes “promote healthy hair by stimulating the scalp and distributing natural oils from root to tip.” You’d better design wet brushes for humid environments such as rain.
Cut your hair
Brush part of the hair separately to ensure that the comb is thoroughly combed and tangled.
When combing your hair, make sure you have conditioner in your hair, because conditioner will provide more moisture and make it easier to brush.
How to style curly hair
When many people do not necessarily have time to heat up or comb their hair thoroughly, many people are trying to design curls easily. Include:
You can use accessories such as headbands to pull back your hair, or use headbands to reduce the appearance of halo and frizz.
Youtube is an excellent resource if you don’t know how to style your hair. Find some simple tutorials, and you will surely find several frizzy hairstyles that suit you.
Ponytails can still show a lot of frizz, but hair buns reduce the frizz that may appear and make your hair less noticeable and untamable. Messy buns under consideration are the trend now, and bread with texture (bun cough*curl) is ideal for casual wear.
Braids are an excellent way to deal with frizz and give hair texture. By braiding the hair, you can still create a unique style and remove the hair from the face.
How to control frizzy hair when heated:
If you use a flat iron or a hairdryer to directly heat the heat on the hair for a long time, it may cause hair damage and curling. In other words, a healthy hairstyle (like most things in life) is related to balance. There are several ways you can use heated products to style your hair without causing strong-flying:
You can monitor the temperature of the iron to control frizz when straightening your hair frequently. Keep the straightening iron between 350F and 450F. In other words, it is also important not to heat the hair directly for too long. Pass the product through the hair quickly and avoid burning the hair for a long time.
Avoid combing or brushing after
You are drying your hair before or after heating can cause the scales to wear out and cause frizz. Instead, comb your hair with your fingers to find the remaining tangles and avoid putting too much pressure on the newly heated lock.
Use insulation spray
Heat protection spray can protect hair from heat-related damage and frizz.
The standard shampoo is liquid-based so that it can increase hair moisture. Of course, this may cause curling. Dry shampoo, on the other hand, has significant dryness-duh. These products can also help reduce the accumulation of moisture and oil in the hair, keeping the hair straight and frizz-free.
Scattered tangles can eliminate not only tangles but also remove tangles. They can also be applied to straight hair to eliminate frizz. Entangling agents help smooth the cuticles and prevent them from splitting and curling.
Reduce thermal styling
If you want to heat your hair to get your ideal hairstyle, that’s cool, but you don’t want to overuse it. Straightening and drying your hair every day will only damage your hair and cause more frizz while using your hair more rationally is more likely to help you maintain a stylish but looking locks.