Go to a real salon (not the cheap kind) and expect to spend a little money to have a professional do the job. If anyone can fix it, a pro can. Make sure your hair dresser is a "master hair stylist" meaning they know what they are doing and have been doing it for a long time. The only true remedy for this problem is to have a good hair cut and cut off all of the dead and burnt ends.
Yes olive oil does help straighten curly or frizzy hair because I have very curly and frizzy hair and I put olive oil straight from the bottle in it all the time especially when I am going to straighten my hair.
Frizzy hairy is just like poofy hair its very very THICK and you would have to straighten it again and again after you shower. I have Frizzy and Poofy Thick hair and that's disappointing. But you can use baby oil (but not too much or your hair will be oily) to straighten it a little. You could also straighten it or straighten it permanently. You could also use salon products that are AWESOME for your hair. Anyways Frizzy hair can be caused by humidity or your hair could just be unhealthy and very dry. But in my case I was born with it so it just came naturally for me.
By using straighteners or a straightening iron.
no it doesn't. i straighten my hair before curling it all the time
because your hair will get really frizzy and if you put allot of hair products in your hair your will burn or catch on fire and if you straighten your hair allot your hair its gonna be burned and it will all fall off!!
I would say to use the hair shampoo that helps make it less frizzy and then straighten it! That's what I do!
I have thick frizzy hair too! I usually just spritz it with water and throw it up in a pony or spritz it and straighten it!!
Use gloss drops by Paul Mitchell, my hair is very frizzy. It always helps.=]
its frizzy and uneven. when you try to straighten it, it stays the same
You can use many products on your dry frizzy hair. They make hot oil treatments to help get rid of the frizzy hair. You can also use shampoos specifically designed for frizzy hair. They also make Anti freeze hair gels to help frizzy hair.
No,It will just make it all frizzy!
You should try to use products like, aveda, while straightening your hair so it won't burn as much and it will come out better and not frizzy. :D After you use products then brush your hair then straighten it.
There are people who like to straighten their hair as they have hair that is naturally frizzy or curly, and sometimes just so thick or fly away that it does not sit tidily. The best way to straighten hair without using damaging chemicals is to use electric hair straighteners. These consist of two heated plates that the hair passes through leaving the hair straightened.
you can wet it with water and comb it maybe it will go down --melissa
Invest in a strong hair straightener and any hair can be straightened. Of course, semi-straight hair with kinks or turned up/down ends is far easier to straighten than frizzy, super curly or puffy/fuzzy hair, and also less damaging for the hair itself as it requires less heat for less time. Having said that, there are shampoos, conditioners and other hair applications that can minimise the damage caused by heated, hair controlling products. Alternatively, you could get your hairdresser to permanently straighten your hair if these sorts of products do not work on your hair type so in answer to your question, any hair can be straightened. the quality of the straightening is dependant on the product or method you use and on which hair type you use it on. Try out several different ways of straightening.
Use hairgel, ultra strength is the best one to use, you may need to put it on several times a day, sometimes I do that. It washes out. It helps keep me keep my hair straight, to some degree.
Hair gets frizzy in humid weather because it absorbs moisture from the air and expands. Also over drying of hair and some products leave it especially porous and therefore it absorbs more..Hope this helps
It could be really cute depending on how frizzy it is...or you could always straighten it so it's not so puffy and frizzy. Also, if your hair is really thick you can get it thinned out or feathered so it lays flatter on your head. Think about if you really want bangs before you cut them because you may get sick of them and they can take a while to grow back out.
Well it is your choice but in an experienced opinion no, because it will probably make it go frizzy ... you could straighten it but it takes time and effort. Anyways... your decision
Yes, you can! If you don't want to straighten or perm it, there's a new shampoo for frizz. I don't know the name, but i do know that it's by Revlon. I don't guarantee that it works, because I've never used it.
There are products for frizzy hair that may work on you. Or you could try a short bob.
No. There are many products available for managing frizzy hair. The oil based products seem to be the most productive. There are also smoothing shampoos on the market now that help with frizz.
To treat really frizzy/greasy hair I just use Garnier Sleek and Shine Hair care system for frizzy and unmanageable hair. It is just the shampoo, conditioner, and a couple of frizz ease products. When I take a shower I use the shampoo and conditioner. Then when I'm done, I put the frizz ease products on my wet hair and I brush and comb it. After that I just brush it into a tight bun and in the morning I don't have frizzy hair.
put a bit of mousse into your hair at night and then scrunch your hair it will give a beachy look, or you could simply straighten it.