If your current approach to hair styling is to tame it into submission, you might be surprised to find what your hairs potential is when left alone. Even the thickest, unruliest hair can benefit from an air-drying, as long as you perfect these techniques.
Though air drying has numerous perks (low maintenance, saves time, and more gentle on hair), there are some important rules to follow to get great, frizz-free results. If air drying has left you with puffy, clumpy, or mixed textured sections of hair, chances are you’re making at least one of these mistakes.
These air drying tips will help you achieve more defined texture and wonderfully soft hair without reaching for a towel, straightener, or blow dryer. Read More
Feeling frazzled by frizzy hair? There are several things you can do to fight the frizz, but first, it is important to understand what causes it.
Frizzy hair is dehydrated hair. When hair is dry, the hair cuticles are raised and release moisture rather than lock it in. In contrast, when hair cuticles are well hydrated, they appear smooth and create the appearance of smoothness across the whole head. Both straight and curly hair can be frizzy, but curly hair tends to dry out faster requiring greater effort to keep it looking smooth and shiny.