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meandcourtneywearspants asked:

07 Jun 2009

How to make frizzy hair straight?

Hi!

I have naturally frizzy hair. I straighten it everyday and my straightener is very good.

But my hair always ends up frizzy again. Does anyone have tips on how to make it stay straight?

Thanks!

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jasm1na

jasm1na says:

Posted on 07 Jun 2009

i put an anti-frizz cream you can get for like 3$ at any drug store.

i also try to blow dry it with a brush (it'll make the little hairs stick together)

try not to play with it during the day; it can cause the frizziness to appear back,

good lucccck:thumbup:

_yo0t_

_yo0t_ says:

Posted on 07 Jun 2009

i'd just buy a better straightener.. that usually works.. if nothing else just spray it with some anti frizz stuff

undeadxprincess

undeadxprincess says:

Posted on 07 Jun 2009

There is a frizz creme by suave that works pretty well. And if you straighten it, that helps too. blow dry your hair on a cold setting, it will lock in the moisture in your hair that makes your hair frizzy. Then use the creme, then yeah, it should help.

amaay

amaay says:

Posted on 07 Jun 2009

frizz creams should help, otherwise you could spray hairspray on your brush and then brush your straight hair, i do it with my hair and it stays straight for agees. :]

little_miss_brightside

little_miss_brightside says:

Posted on 07 Jun 2009

first try conditioning your hair more towards the roots to make the roots stronger and less likely to frizz

if that doesn't work buy a creme or spray somewhere simple from the supermarket will work

and if its still that much of an issue use hairspray to flatten your hair afterwards



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