No matter what you do, sometimes your hair just has a life of its own.
And it’s extremely annoying!
Flyaway hair or static hair is a common problem during the cold and dry winter months. But even in Spring, when humidity is up, tiny flyaways on the top of your head also spring. If you feel like you literally can’t find anything to keep them down, you’re not alone.
When Brie Larson attended the premiere of Avengers: Infinity War recently with a sleek, stick-straight lob, flyaways were nowhere to be found. She doesn’t have real superpowers, but her hairsylist has some tricks up her sleeve. Apparently, she sprayed beachwaver on set styling brush with some hairspray and brushed through. Then , she spritz the flyaways and roll the can over to lock them down.
And aside from using actual hairspray to tame annoying flyaways, here are other tips to control flyaway hair:
- Use a shampoo formulated for frizzy hair. These shampoos can help you eliminate flyaway hairs and tame frizz.
- Apply a hair gel or serum to your hair. Silicone-based hair serums and gels will help keep your hair smooth and tame any unruly hairs at the same time.
- Put a small amount of lotion or cream through your hair. Any kind should work! Just place a small amount of lotion in your hands and run your hands over the areas of flyaway hairs. Be sure not to use too much lotion or you can weigh your hair down.
- Run a dryer sheet across your hair. This helps get rid of static hair, and it tames unruly strands of hair at the same time.
- The old trick: Dampen your hair to get rid of flyaways. Slightly wet your hands with water and run your hands through your hair to tame flyaway hairs. You could also use a spray bottle to spray water on some parts of your hair that have flyways if you don’t want to wet your entire head.
- Try using a natural bristle brush to help eliminate flyaway hair.
Do you have more tips on how to control flyaway hair? Share them below!
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