It is said that nearly 70% of Japanese people actually have frizzy hair. Some of you may be thinking, “Wow, there are hardly anyone around me with frizzy hair! Some people may say, “Oh, there are almost no people with frizzy hair around me!
However, “frizzy hair” does not only mean that the hair is “naturally permed” to the point that it is easily recognized. There are mild and severe symptoms of frizzy hair, so it can be hard for people around you, or even yourself, to notice it if you are not looking closely enough.
Wavy hair, can it be cured or not?
The answer to the question, “Can frizzy hair itself be cured or not?” is difficult to answer definitively.
The answer is: “Yes, it can be cured. If you work on it for 10 or 20 years, it will be cured,” while others say, “Wavy hair is a pore problem. There is no fundamental solution. Others say, “In some cases, depending on the balance of hormones or the timing of growth, frizzy hair improves and in other cases it becomes frizzy again.
At present, however, the opinion combining the second and third seems to be the predominant one.
It is said that frizzy hair has a very strong genetic factor, and that the hair quality is inherited with a probability of about 70%. This is roughly in line with the population of Japanese with kinky hair.
Is it realistic to consider a coping strategy for frizzy hair?
Of course, it would be best if we could cure frizzy hair from the root, and since we cannot say that “frizzy hair can never be cured,” it may not be futile to work on root improvement. However, “approaching the hair that is currently growing” is a more realistic solution.
The most well-known method of curing frizzy hair is hair straightening. This is a process that uses heat and chemicals to work on the original hair texture and straighten it.
Experts differ in their opinions as to how long it lasts. However, it is said that the effect lasts at least two months for a short person and semi-permanently for a long person, making it a strong ally on the high road among methods for curing frizzy hair.
Another method is to apply a straight perm. Another method is to create hairstyles that “bring out” rather than “hide” frizzy hair.
Even if it is difficult to cure frizzy hair itself, it is possible to make it less noticeable with the right approach. Long, shiny, frizz-free hair is attractive in its own right.
If you suffer from frizzy hair or want to try hairstyles that make the most of your frizz, it is best to visit a hair salon and consult with a hair stylist.