Thick or fine, hard or soft, there are ten different hair textures, but one of the most annoying hair textures to people is frizzy hair. Some people with frizzy hair may have permed or straightened their hair, thinking, “I don’t like my frizzy hair,” or “I want to straighten my hair.
But perms and straightening hair are expensive and time-consuming. We tend to focus on fixing frizzy hair, but nowadays, hairstyles with movement are the trend. Natural hairstyles are so popular that there is even a term for it: “kinky perm.
That’s why it would be a waste to kill your frizz by fixing it! We recommend that you make the most of your naturally permed frizz. Here are some hairstyles that make the most of your frizzy hair.
These are the three hairstyles that make the most of my frizzy hair!
Now let’s look specifically at hairstyles that can make the most of frizzy hair.
- Airy short
A short style is recommended for people with stiff hair or roots that tend to stand up easily. The softly standing up roots give a light and modern look. If the hair is cut so that it is not too loose and heavy, there is no need to worry about it exploding. Styling is a simple matter of rubbing wax into the hair, so it is easy and comfortable.
- Wavy bob
A bob style is perfect for people with wavy, frizzy hair. One-length or front-length, the key here is to create a style that is not too layered and has a lot of weight. Make it shiny, otherwise it will look shaggy. Since wavy hair reflects light diffusely, it is difficult to achieve shine, so styling with an unwashed treatment or oil is recommended.
- Curly long hair
Medium to long styles are recommended for people with frizzy ends. If you have frizzy ends, we recommend letting the hair fall around your shoulders to create movement and a small face effect. Also, the frizzy ends look cute when the hair is gathered into a bun. Even a simple knot like a ponytail can look stylish with movement at the ends. After all, make sure to create a glossy texture.
Get over those frizzy bangs with a petite arrangement!
Also, if you have “frizzy bangs only,” petite arrangements are a great option. Regardless of the length of your hair, you can make it look cute by pinning it to the side or weaving it into a braid.
Incidentally, if you have split bangs, apply a strong hairspray to the roots and dry the hair with a hair dryer while running your fingers across the split ends in a zigzag motion to create a beautiful finish.
In summary, the key to a haircut that makes the most of frizzy hair is to create a weighty style that is not too layered and to leave it shiny. Make the most of your frizzy hair and enjoy your natural perm!