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Do you ever feel like your frizzy hair is untamable? Do you just throw it back into a ponytail, stick a cap on top and try to forget about your hair disaster?
What if I told you that there is a way to look stylish, even when your hair feels out of control? Check out these gorgeous, and easy to DIY, hairstyles for frizzy hair.
Adding accessories like sparkly diamanté clips or hair slides can bling up your ‘do while keeping your frizz pinned back.
2. Put on a Headband
A headband so versatile. One with a thicker band will hide the flyaways and keep your hair off your face.
3. Try a Ponytail
Change up the position of your ponytail now and then. Why not try a low, side pony? Make sure you slick down the frizzies on the top of your head with some serum.
4. Braids for All Occasions
Braids are one of the easiest hairstyles for frizzy hair. Pull your hair back into a textured French braid. The natural messiness of this style will hide any frizziness.
Try double French braids to secure all the hair on your head and pin each braid securely.
5. Twirl Your Hair into a Ballerina Bun
A ballerina bun will keep all your hair in place. Just pull your hair into a high ponytail, give it a spritz with a holding spray and twist it into place. You can even use a hair net over your bun to keep any spiky bits from popping out.
6. Tie it Up in a Top Knot
This look is carefree and cool and perfect for summer as it keeps your neck free of hair. This isn’t a sleek look so flyaways add to the relaxed vibe of the hairstyle.
7. Slick it Back with a Sharp Part
This is great if you have straight hair that tends to frizz. Slick back your hair from your face with a smoothing serum or oil. Play around with different partings – if you usually part your hair in the middle, try a side part for a completely new look.
The Best Haircuts for Thick Frizzy Hair
So, we’ve looked at some great hairstyles, but how about haircuts for frizzy hair? Before you do any drastic, it’s always a good idea to talk to your stylist first. They are going be able to help you find a cut that will suit your lifestyle as well as your hair type. The last thing you want to do is go for a haircut that is going to worsen the frizz in your thick hair!
The biggest no-no is anything that involves razor cutting. This is because the tips of your hair strands end up all different lengths and it becomes a battle to keep them all lying smooth and flat.
If you have natural curly or wavy hair, why not embrace it and use a curl enhancing spray and scrunch your hair as you dry it to give it some lift? Tousled locks not only look gorgeous but they do a great job hiding frizzy hair!
The Best Products for Frizzy Hair
If you have frizzy hair, arm yourself with a few key products and tools to keep your hair looking its best. Start with a good quality shampoo and conditioner. Don’t over wash your hair though. Once or twice a week is enough. If you can’t face not washing your hair every day, then why not try a dry shampoo in the in-between days?
Brush your hair with a static free hairbrush and use a silicone-free, natural oil serum to smooth down any flyaways.
I would love to know what your favorite hairstyles for frizzy hair are. Let me know in the comments below!