If you've spent time maintaining a perfect hairstyle, only to have it ruined by split ends, flyaways, or frizzy hair, we feel you. In particular, split ends prevent you from achieving that long and luscious hair that many people admire. On the other hand, dealing with frizz and flyaways is also tedious and time-consuming, since most people will repeatedly smooth them down with hairspray. However, this method doesn't seem to bring out the expected results. This guide will help you learn about these types of hair damage and how you can deal with them.
We all have mornings when the stray strands in our hair are a little too much. These untamed strands are what we call frizz and are often challenging to handle, especially when you want to retain a certain hairstyle. Frizz occurs in all hair types, whether straight, wavy, curly, or coily. Knowing how to play with your hair type is the best way to control frizz. This post focuses on what causes frizz and what you can do to prevent frizz in your hair type.