Ok so I need help……….with hair!! I’m not a person that likes to complain I just don’t know what to do. I have very dull, frizzy, and wavy hair. I want to have shiny, un-frizzy, and wavy hair. What do you girls do in your routine? (Plzzzzzz respond if you have that or hair like it.) I want tips that’s all.
|March 10, 2015 at 15:05|
I do not have wavy hair but I have more of a mix between wavy and curly. Though I tend to straighten a lot due to a new hairstyle 😛
My hair care routine starts like this lol So for example, I washed my hair Monday (today is Wed and I won’t wash it til tomorrow lol) using Pantene Color Treated shampoo (dyed my hair red so yeah lol) but really I use any product. I suggest finding shampoo and stuff with coconut oil. After I get out of the shower I use some Garnier oil, Idk the exact name and I will have to get back with you on that but I also use tresemme split end remedy leave in conditioner with that oil, mix that in my wet hair and to train my curls I leave my hair in a normal three strand braid for about a hour or more. This seems to work for me and it sounds weird but it does! Btw I use a comb to brush my hair when its wet and I don’t normally brush it again til I am ready to take a shower cause if I am leaving my hair curly I do not brush it. Though this might be different since you have wavy hair.
To help with frizzy hair and to add shine, do a coconut oil mask at least once a week. This will also help with hair growth. What I do is get some coconut oil and scoop it out with a spoon in a bowl and head to the bathroom and just putting it in my hair, I do not heat it up but I do take small amounts of the oil and warm it up in the palms of my hands and then just start putting it in my hair. Then I will put my hair up in a bun or something and leave it in for however long, you are going to want to wash this out though so what I normally do is do this mask the day I am washing my hair. You can also do this before you go to bed and let it sit in your hair overnight and wash it in the morning. But it does work!! 🙂
So I know we might not have the same hair type but I hope some of this helps. Its worth a try!
|March 11, 2015 at 11:02|
I’ve never had frizzy hair, but I’d try some moisturizing stuff. OGX is amaaaziiiing.
I dye my hair (It’s blueish silvery lavender green right now. Ugh, it’s complicated. XD) and the color change helps it appear way shinier than my natural color, which is really dark ashy blonde.
|March 12, 2015 at 01:22|
Hey! Try using coconut milk! Put it in your hair and let it sit for at least 15 minutes. Then wash your hair thoroughly at least 3 times. Your hair will look AMAZING!
|March 13, 2015 at 14:09|
Thanks soooo much!
|March 13, 2015 at 14:56|
My hair is also dull frizzy and wavy!!! How long is yours? Mine is (finally) a little past the shoulders and I’ll tell you the easiest way for me to feel comfortable with my hair is to take a shower at night, brish it out, apply “frizz-ease” (or something similar I guess, a class mate told me about this stuff and it works really well for relaxing the frizz whether you are just going to keep the waves or use a straightener), and I braid it. I sleep with the braids in so that when I wake up all I have to do is unbraid it and I’m ready to go! Although I usually take a straightener to my bangs and the ends of my hair that weren’t in the braid haha! My hair in general doesn’t do well in a straightener though. Hope this helped a little! 🙂
|March 16, 2015 at 14:50|
|March 18, 2015 at 21:00|
Invest in some really good, natural and safe ingredient hair products. I use shea moisture ( http://www.sheamoisture.com/ ) hair products and they never include ingredients such as sulfates, parabens, synthetic fragrance, and whatever harsh ingredients in normal products that can dry out and damage your hair. Also you can help the frizz by avoiding using towels or hairdryers on your hair. Instead you can use a t shirt to dry and air dry whenever possible. Those are just a few things you can do.
|March 25, 2015 at 13:19|
I have naturally frizzy and wavy hair too. Frizz ease works wonders and if you can find it at your local Walmart!
|April 1, 2015 at 05:38|
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