Don’t you just hate it when you’ve styled your hair a certain way and unwanted flyaways keep sticking out—making your hair look unkempt and uncared for? While damaged and frizzy hair could be the real monsters behind this problem they can easily be tamed provided you care for your hair the right way. How does one do that, you wonder? Read on to find out...
Don’t brush when wet
 

Don’t brush when wet

This could be one of the biggest mistakes in your hair routine. You might be in a rush but combing wet hair with a brush is only going to make those flyaways worse. Why? When you brush wet hair, there are bigger chances of your hair breaking. So wait for your hair to dry and then use a wide-tooth comb over it.

Nourish your hair
 

Nourish your hair

Flyaways are often a result of dehydrated hair. This is precisely why your hair needs the right kind of nourishment when you’re dealing with flyaways. We suggest you rely on a smoothening shampoo like the TRESemmé Smooth & Shine Shampoo and Conditioner. This range contains vitamin H and silk proteins that'll make your hair healthy as ever.

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Avoid excessive heat styling

Sure, heat styling has its advantageous—it helps us style our hair faster and better. But the downside of it all is rather disappointing. Excessive heat can rob your hair of moisture and cause dryness and damage. So as much as possible, restrict use of heat styling products.

Use a smoothening spray
 

Use a smoothening spray

If you want your styling to be free of flyaways, make sure you use a de-frizzing hair spray that controls flyaways and keeps your hair damage free. We suggest you go with the TIGI Bed Head Masterpiece Hair Spray that’s light-weight, controls unkempt hair and lends it a shine.