Whether your problem is flyaways, frizz or just out of control tresses, there are some steps you can take to you help tame unruly hair. No woman feels good on a bad hair day, but you can easily restore order to your mane using these tips.
After you wash your hair with shampoo, make sure to use conditioner as well. Conditioning helps keep hair smoother and moisturized. If you tend to have flyaways or frizz, you may even want to try a leave-in conditioner. You can find a variety of effective conditioners at the salon or pharmacy.
It may be tempting to rub your dripping hair vigorously with a towel after your shower, but avoid this urge. Instead you should wrap the towel around your head like a turban to reduce the dampness in your mane. Also try to refrain from running your fingers or brushes through your sopping wet hair before you are ready to begin styling. Changing how you towel off can help your hair appear smoother after it's dry as well as help fight frizz.
You probably already know that heat can be damaging to your hair and cause dryness. When hair is damaged, it can be more unruly. Try not to use your hairdryer, curling iron, hot rollers or a flat iron every day. On the days you do blow-dry your hair, you could first coat your tresses with a heat activated protective styling cream. Also try letting your hair partially air-dry first so that you can reduce the amount of time you spend with the blow-dryer turned on. If your hair is curly, using a diffuser when you blow-dry may also help keep your hair in control.
Healthy hair tends to be pettier and more manageable, so visit your favorite salon for regular trims and perhaps an occasional deep conditioning treatment to help avoid having unruly tresses.