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runningwithscissors asked:

17 Feb 2010

I need help. Please?

Everytime I try to blow-dry my hair straight, it ends up frizzy with these stupid eneven curls framing my face. I've tried just about everything. I've tried a barrel brush (in various sizes), different gels and mousses, a flat brush, three different hair-dryers. It always looks really bad , so I straighten it. But I'm starting to feel giulty for what I'm doing to my hair lol. My hair is really weak and brittle. I know I'm doing a lot of damage but I really don't know how to stop and still keep my hair looking good.

a) Is there ANY way to blow dry it straight? I'll try just about anything.

b) What is thee best damage protection stuff you guys use?

c)How can I stop these damn fly-away hairs.

d) I'm getting shorter layers on Saturday. I knw for a fact that they'll dry straight. But what about the rest of my hair? What should I do?

e)Sorry I made you read so much|:



barbipixi says:

Posted on 17 Feb 2010

how do you know your shorter hairs will dry straight? alot of time the extra weight of the length will keep them straighter?

you can use a lil clear mascara on your fly aways after your done styling to comb them down. it's basicly gel with a mascara brush lol

you can try a lil putty on the small curly hairs or you can pluck them if there aren't many, try some things one day before you hop in the shower. try some putty or gel and see how that works for you

i have a hair straightener protection spray i use rarely (cause i like never straighten my hair lol) but i used to do it some and it's in my lists under 'stuff i use' there's also a clear mascara on there i believe


rmzie says:

Posted on 17 Feb 2010

First of all you dont want to use a round brush to straighten your hair people use those for added volume and curls, and if you want to blow dry it straight then try using a heat protective so you don't damage your hair more as well as a cream for straight hair you can get them almost anywhere... and for the damage protective stuff i use g2b and sometimes i use mark but with either one i use a spray for damage control itself so i don't dry my hair out to much... as for the fly aways spray hairspray into your brush and just brush those spots in your hair that you are having problems with after you have dried your hair...and just so you know sometimes the shorter layers give you more problems then the longer layers cuz there harder to work with depending on what type of hair you have... hope this helps :)


gbpkid says:

Posted on 17 Feb 2010

hey honey.

i know the bain of frizz, trust me babe.

use john freda frizz ease shampoos, conditioners &serums, they are really good as they kinda coat the hair and help them withstand the battering they get each day.

most of the time frizz is down to dryness, so try using hydrating hairmasks, tresseme do a great thermal hair mask, apply this to wet hair, after shampooing, apply the mask thickly and then wrap your hair with the mask on in cling film, leave on for as long as possible, the cling film keeps the heat from your head in and therefor helps the conditioner to permiate through more layers of keratin (what your hair is made of).

a barrel brush will create curls and flicks honey so i dont suggest that.

use heat protecting sprays and keep your hair in good condition.

dry your hair in sections, tye up half and do the bottom half, etc.

youtube videos on how to dry hair straight, im sure these will give you an idea of good technique! :)

good luck! xo


loveandfear971 says:

Posted on 17 Feb 2010

There are frizz shampoos and conditioners you can use. Or you can buy this spray called Sunsilk Waves Of Envy. I know that it's for waves and all but I noticed that when you spritz it in when your hair is ready for a blow dry (sort of dry but sort of damp) , it keeps the frizz and ends in place. Works for me.


rmzie says:

Posted on 17 Feb 2010

check out this site for product names.... it may help


rmzie says:

Posted on 17 Feb 2010

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