- 01. Quit towel drying
- 02. Use hairspray with a toothbrush
- 03. Sleep with leave-in conditioner on
- 04. Get acquainted with a variety of accessories
- 05. Check your bag for quick fixes!
01. Quit towel drying
Air dry or grab a soft cotton tee to soak up excess water from your tresses after a wash. The fibres on a standard towel can be very harsh. Using them to rub off water from your hair can cause frizz and flyaways. You can also treat your damp hair with a volumising hair cream like the TIGI Bed Head Small Talk. The anti-static treatment will tame unruly hair without weighing it down.
02. Use hairspray with a toothbrush
Unless you’re going for a fully styled hairdo, hairsprays should not be your go-to for all fixes. Instead of using a spray all over your hair and then putting it up in style, simply style your hair first and fix small flyaways later. Just spritz some hairspray on a toothbrush and go over frizzy sections to lay them down. You can also use this trick to tame baby hair sticking out from your hairline.
03. Sleep with leave-in conditioner on
Keeper of the fountain of youth, Jessica Alba recently revealed that she sleeps with her hair in twisties and a leave-in conditioner. Apply a nourishing hair conditioner and wear your in a protective hairstyle before hitting the sheets; this will help you wake up to frizz-free tresses in the morning. You can also use a lighter formula like the TIGI Bed Head Control Freak Frizz Control And Straightener Serum if you don’t want to apply a heavy product in your hair while sleeping.
04. Get acquainted with a variety of accessories
If you still aren’t already using all the fabulous hair accessories out there to make your life easier, we are judging you. Coat a bobby pin with some hairspray and use it to secure those pesky flyaways. You can also cover up frizzy sections of your head with a ribbon or a wide headband.
05. Check your bag for quick fixes!
A woman’s handbag is like a treasure chest; you will find a cure for anything in there, hair flyaways included. While on the go, a lip balm or a gel-based hand lotion can be used to slick down those pesky flyaways. Just make sure not to overdo it!
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