Straight hair is something that everyone with frizzy hair has longed for at least once. We will introduce you to the causes of frizzy hair, how to get as close to straight hair as possible, and countermeasures for frizzy hair to calm it down and maintain hairstyles.
Why do you have frizzy hair? What causes it?
There are several causes of kinky hair. First is the type in which the hair follicle in which the hair grows is crooked, resulting in twisted hair. This is difficult to solve at the root because it is innate.
Other types of kinky hair can also be caused by a lack of nutrients necessary for hair due to dieting or other factors that change the thickness and quality of the hair. In this case, reviewing the diet can improve the situation.
Also, frizzy hair can be caused by heredity, where children have frizzy hair if their parents have frizzy hair, or by changes in hormone balance and hair quality during the process of growing up.
There are two types of frizzy hair in a word
There are two main types of kinky hair: wavy hair and frizzy hair. Wavy hair is the most common type of frizzy hair among Japanese people. Wavy hair can vary from a loose wave to a well-defined wave.
The problem for people with this type of frizzy hair is that the volume of their hair increases too much when the humidity is high, and it is difficult to style their hair because it is frizzy in some places and not in others.
On the other hand, “frizzy hair” is where each strand of hair is curled. This type of hair is called “naturally permed. If left unchecked, it can become too voluminous, like an afro.
The great enemy of frizzy hair is not moisture, but dryness!
When humidity is high, such as during the rainy season, frizzy hair becomes stronger. Therefore, people tend to think that moisture is the enemy of frizzy hair. In fact, frizzy hair tends to dry out easily, and because it is dry, it absorbs moisture quickly and expands.
Therefore, preventing hair from drying out on a regular basis and keeping it well moisturized can reduce the amount of external moisture it absorbs and keep frizzy hair from getting worse.
People with frizzy hair often use hair dryers and hair irons, so be sure to use styling products to prevent moisture from escaping from the hair, and also take good care of your hair with a moisturizing hair cream.
How to apply a hair dryer to make frizzy hair less noticeable
If you have frizzy hair, just a little effort in the way you dry your hair with a hair dryer can help control the frizz. Drying hair naturally after shampooing is not an option. Always use a hair dryer to dry your hair thoroughly. First, dry the bangs from the roots.
Next, dry the entire hair from the roots to the ends. 80-90% of the hair is dry, and then use a brush to finish the hairstyle. Finally, apply cold air to close the hair cuticle and prevent moisture from escaping or entering the hair to cause frizz.
Now that you know the causes and characteristics of frizzy hair, you can see how to prevent frizzy hair. Solve your frizzy hair problems with daily care and proper use of a hair dryer.