We know. You love your were-hair. But the frizzy fly-aways you get when you brush those leaf-laden nots? Not so much.
Manage your lycan curls and waves so that every day is a “good hair day.”
Were-hair is complex. It’s made up of three separate layers and millions of cells. But the reason it gets frizzy isn’t complicated. Your hair’s outer layer, the cuticle, looks kind of like a shingled roof. When hair is smooth, those shingles lie flat as a frying pan. But when you run a brush through dry, curly hair, those “shingles” get lifted up.
To make matters worse, bad were-hair is often drier and naturally tends to absorb moisture more than normal non-lycan hair. And of course, those “shingles” lift.
Here are 10 Quick Tips to Keep Were-Hair Frizz-less:
#1 Don’t Cook Those Follicles
Nothing is worse for your hair than flat irons and curling irons. Stick with a limited heat source like intense full moon light or a blow dryer with a diffuser.
#2 Put That Moisture Back!
Put the moisture back in your mane. Frizzy hair tends to be drier, so you need to put moisture into it. Use a conditioner, a natural oil, or a frizz cream.
#3 Tame with Conditioner
To fight the frizz, water down your fancy-pants conditioner and user your hands to apply it to just the tips of her hair.
#4 Use a Round Brush
Use a nice round brush to smooth out that tough were-hair. Spin a round brush through your hair while you use a blow drier to smooth out the cuticles.
#5 Comb dry hair with wet fingers
Or claws, whichever the case may be. The issue with frizzy hair is that it’s dry. Water is a basic response to this basic problem. wetting your hands, then finger-combing to tackle frizz and tame tangles.
#6 Stick to the Roots
Dry only the roots of your hair. By just drying your roots you give hair lift and avoid drying the hair shaft and hair tips.
#7 No Alcohol
We’re not talking the drinking kind. It dry hair out, setting you up for frizz. So look for alcohol-free products. You know what that means…open up your wallet and switch to salon-quality shampoos, conditioners, and hairsprays,