My frizzy hair is unruly and daily styling is stressful! For those who have such problems, we recommend the technique of using wax to put it together.
How to set frizzy hair while making the most of volume!
Do you suffer from frizzy hair that doesn’t listen to you when you style it every morning? You can make use of your frizzy hair to create a permed look without straightening it like a straightener. The trick is to use wax, but the texture can make a difference.
Dry type wax is suitable for styling without losing volume. Since frizzy hair swells with humidity, it is easier to style hair with wax without adding moisture to the hair, making it easier to arrange. The trick is to start applying wax when your hair is half-dried with a hair dryer after shampooing.
If you only towel dry your hair, it loses volume and it is difficult to handle the swell.
What if I want to set my frizzy hair in a beautifully manageable way with minimal volume?
There are different types of frizzy hair, and some have trouble setting it with too much volume. Therefore, when styling with wax, use the wet type. The timing for applying wax should also be after shampooing and towel drying.
If your hair is dry and frizzy, it will be difficult to adjust even with wet-type wax, so start setting when the hair is sufficiently moist. If your hair is prone to dryness, a little more wax can improve the situation, so adjust the optimal amount as you see fit.
If you don’t shampoo in the morning, use a bedtime remover or mist to recharge moisture before you start styling.
Three major techniques for freely styling frizzy hair with the use of fail-proof wax.
It is easy to style frizzy hair by using different types of wax as we have described. Here we will focus on three key points.
- How to use a good dry wax
Dry wax is applied when hair is dry or semi-dry, and styling is done with a very small amount. Apply wax mainly to the ends of the hair and arrange it in a permanent style to eliminate the disadvantages of frizzy hair. Be careful how you use the wax, as some waxes have a noticeable powder after you are done with them, even with a hand comb.
- How to use wet wax well
Wet wax should be applied while there is moisture in the hair. Even if your hair is dry, it can be styled with a little wet wax to reduce volume, but you will need to apply a lot of wax. If the hair is too sticky, it will look untidy, so use less wax to bring out the best of your frizzy hair.
- Waxing to the roots is a mistake.
Those with frizzy hair tend to use a large amount of wax and make it sticky all the way down to the roots. If wax is applied to the roots, it will remain in the pores even after washing with shampoo. In fact, it can cause hair loss, so you should not apply it to the roots and shampoo carefully after returning home.
As mentioned above, wax is useful for arranging frizzy hair. If you know how to use each type and how to apply it correctly, you will enjoy styling your hair in the morning.