Even if you can set your hair reasonably well in the morning, it will swell and explode a few hours later. “Rainy days” are a demon for those with frizzy hair. Japan has a long rainy season, so rainy day countermeasures are a real headache. Here are five techniques to keep your hair manageable even on rainy days.
Reset by frequent brushing or combing
Iron and blow-dry rather than blow-dry.
Use a styling product with low holding power.
If you feel annoyed, use a pin rather than an elastic band.
Use “palm spray” to calm the hair.
Moisture control is the key for frizzy hair!
Reset by frequent brushing or combing.
Rather than aiming to “keep your hair set in the morning,” it is better to leave some room for breakage and reset your hair with frequent brushing, so that frizzy hair is less noticeable.
Before reworking brushing, spray a light-finish brushing product or apply hair cream to the ends of the hair and hold the top part of the hair with what is left in your hand to keep it moist and manageable without static. Styling products with a lot of moisture, such as hair milk or lotion, will make the hair more and more frizzy back, so a stiff hair cream is suitable.