There are some things you don’t even consider a problem until someone points them out to you. Baby hair is one such. You may barely realise it but this bunch of frizzy flyaway hairs at the hairline have the potential to hamper a perfectly good look. And it isn’t just mere mortals like us who suffer from baby hair; even Kim Kardashian has famously lasered hers off! But if that seems like a step too drastic, these 5 hair care tips will help tame those annoying baby hairs easily.
Slick it down
 

Slick it down

Especially on humid days, baby hair can act up and become frizzier. Call on the TIGI Dumb Blonde Smoothing Stuff if you want to get to get the job done quickly and effectively. Work the product in your hands and use your fingertips to apply it sparingly over baby hair that’s sticking out. It efficiently smoothens the cuticle of the hair and calms down the frizz so that it won’t bother you anymore!

Blow them away

Your blow-dryer can actually be a hair care saviour to keep that dreadful baby hair in check. Attach a narrow nozzle to the head of your blow-dryer and focus it on the hairline. While blowdrying, Use a comb to brush the baby hair in the direction of your hair and place the blow-dryer close. This will help settle the frizz.

Brush it back
 

Brush it back

Even if all else fails, a strong holding hairspray like the TIGI Hard Head Hairspray won’t. Spray a bit of it on a clean toothbrush and use it to comb the baby hair backwards in the direction of the rest of your hair. With its incredible hold and quick drying ability, this hair spray keeps baby hair in place and the toothbrush helps you to get to the tiniest of strands.

Smoothen it out
 

Smoothen it out

The easiest trick in the book to get those flyaways and baby hair under control is a smoothening potion. For the job, we’re choosing the TIGI After Party Smoothing Cream. Apply a bit of it over your hairline and brush in the hair direction. This lightweight cream combats flyaways and smoothens frizz with ease. Once you use this, baby hair will be gone for good.

Pin them in place

For the lazy girl way to keep baby hair in place, use bobby pins. An hour before you go out, comb the baby hair at your hairline backwards and tightly pin it in place in the direction of your hair. Remove the pin just before you leave the house. The pressure of the bobby pin in the direction of the hairline will reduce the appearance of frizzy baby hair.