People with frizzy hair tend to have problems with taking a long time to set their hair and not being able to create a free hairstyle. In this issue, we will introduce some ideas to solve these problems when setting hair, as well as recommended waxes for frizzy hair.
Problems when setting frizzy hair
The two main problems with setting frizzy hair are freedom and time. Even with the use of hair styling products, frizzy hair can quickly revert to its original hairstyle.
As a result, many people with frizzy hair, especially those with strong hair, are limited in their hairstyles and suffer from a lack of freedom in their hairstyles.
In addition, the more frizzy the hair, the longer it takes to set the hair. Especially when there is not enough time, such as before going to work, it becomes more difficult to set the hair properly.
Tips to make setting frizzy hair easier
When setting frizzy hair, start with slightly damp hair. If your hair is completely dry, you may not be able to style it the way you want depending on the strength of the frizz, even if you use a hairdressing product or a hair dryer.
Once you have set your hair to some extent while it is damp, the next step is to dry it thoroughly with a hair dryer. At this point, you can control some of the frizz by drying while stretching the areas where you want to control the frizz.
After thoroughly drying the entire hair with a hair dryer, it is important to apply cold air with a hair dryer again. Finally, applying cold air to the entire hair will tighten the cuticles on the surface and make the hair shiny.
We recommend the hard type, especially for those with strong frizziness.
When using wax to set hair, it is important to choose a wax that has more holding power than the strength of the hair. There are various types of waxes, but hard-type waxes tend to have the strongest holding power.
However, if you have soft hair and choose a hard-type wax, your hair may be crushed when you set it. Therefore, those with soft, frizzy hair should choose a mud-type wax instead of a hard-type wax.
In selecting a wax, it is important to choose a product that focuses not only on the strength of the frizz, but also on the fineness of the hair.
Wet type is recommended for those who want to add shine to their hair.
Wet-type waxes can be used to add shine to hair, even for those with frizzy hair. Wet-type waxes are less greasy, so the weight of the wax prevents the hair from being crushed. However, compared to the hard-mud type, the hard-mud type tends to have less holding power, so the hard-mud type is better suited for those who want to set their hair firmly.
Even if you have frizzy hair, you can enjoy a variety of hairstyles if you are creative when setting your hair and choose your wax carefully. Keep in mind the points introduced in this article and aim for a stylish haircut.