I do not know what type of hair you have but I have a lot of hair and it gets frizzy. I wash it, blow dry it straight, then use a straightener. After I am done I use BioSilk. It is expensive, but just a dime size drop of it will work on your whole head so the 15.00 bucks you spend on the bottle should last you like 6 months.
Frizzy hair is truly unmanageable and destroy your neat and clean look. So what can you do? Let me share with you few incredible to keep away those unwanted frizz. Avoid combing of hair after it fries up. Towel dry your hair after it dries up and then brush it or or finger comb it. Water plays a great role in taming frizzy hair. So, comb your dry locks with wet finger. Never forget to apply conditioner on your hair and look for protein rich conditioner as they not only control frizzes but will also make your hair dazzle. Avoid flat irons, curling iron and blow dryer as much as possible. All these tips have truly benefited me, so you can also give a try.
In order to tame my hairs frizziness I have to use salon quality shampoo and conditioner. Right now I'm using Biolage but I'm also a fan of Paul Mitchell. I also use Paul Mitchell's Super Skinny Serum, straighten my hair with a Chi hair straightener, and then use finishing hair spray to keep my hair tamed.
by Melody Trent 5 years ago
What is the best hair product for a boy with frizzy hair?My son is trying to grow his hair out. He has hair like straw that frizzles bad. It is not curly, but no matter what he does it frizzes up. What are some easy to use products for a person with this kind of hair?
by charanjeet kaur 9 years ago
Anyone who has done or had their hair straightened. Which process did you follow and what are the precautions and sideeffects one has to take?
by Cheeky Chick 8 years ago
My friend, Kari, has the curliest hair! She is naturally a dirty blonde, but she colors her hair so that it's a lighter blonde. The coloring is why she needs to relax her hair without the chemicals. She says she HAS to keep coloring her hair.Any ideas out there?Thanks!XOXOCheeky
by Patty 5 years ago
Hey ladies! Do any of you use hair straighteners? I do, I have a KQC one and I use it every day. Couldn't live without it as I like my hair being completely straight. I use heat tamer spray and the KQC has ceramic plates as to not damage my hair. I was just curious
by hecate-horus 6 years ago
What can I do to avoid ironing and still have wrinkle-free clothes?My iron broke, I don't want to buy a new one.
by Peeples 6 years ago
How do you keep thick hair from poofing up?What can be done to thick hair to make it look good with out pulling in back? Mine always seems to poof out or up like a troll.
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