The Cosmetic Ultralounge

Rid that Frizz

By Gunner Glam

Ever wake up in the morning with a frizzy mess on top and realize the bed is the head’s worst enemy?

Studio Brow wants to give some pointers on nipping this problem it in the bud or avoiding it entirely.

A basic factor is moisture; hair which is naturally frizzy lacks this and protein.

Ensure hair has adequate moisture by apply egg yolk about half an hour before washing.

Wash hair with a moisturizing shampoo then follow up with a conditioner.

After washing and conditioning, towel dry hair and apply a small amount of leave-in conditioner to the ends of hair.

When styling frizzy hair, more time will needed to be spent styling if it is to look straight.

Blow dry hair straight with the use of a round brush.

Blow drying hair in small sections at a time will help achieve a better look.

Gather the damp hair that is not styled with two clips and proceed to blow dry small sections, starting from the back of the head.

Use gel or moose when blow drying hair. Massage a small amount in each morning.

Towards the end of session, reduce the heat of the blow dryer so hair does not get over dried.

Patience is a virtue; maintain it as such because the entire process could take half an hour.

By all means do not rush or the desired outcome will not be achieved.

Over time grow long hair because shorter hair tends to curl faster.

If hair is long the weight will cause the curls will open up, this way hair will be far less complex to blow dry and it will remain straight longer.

-See more soon from Studio Brow-


2 responses

  1. any specifics on the brand of shampoo? too many out there.

    January 6, 2012 at 4:53 PM

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