Whenever I go out when it's windy, this happens. my hair is is frizzy, I can never wear it loose. Actually, it's always in a single braid to prevent it from going everywhere, but as you can see, a single braid can't even handle wind. My hair is definitely healthy. I don't have split ends, I rarely use shampoo, always condition, weekly hair masks, no chemicals, always have coconut and argan oil in it, never use heat or harmful chemicals. I take such great care because I don't want to damage it and make it even more frizzy. But obviously it is still unmanageable. The fuck do I do with it, /fa/?
Well I have tried using hair mousse a while ago, but I don't like how it makes my hair dry and hard. Makes it almost impossible to brush. Do you know if hair mousses are damaging to your hair? I know many hair products contain alcohol and other stuff that makes it dry out and break.
this. i have a moisturizer that takes a while to soak in, so i wait a little bit and have in the past rubbed the excess off on my hair, holds surprisingly well 2bh.
this. i wish tripping was a banable offense. report tripfags, hide tripfag threads, ignore tripfags.
You have bigger problems than your hair.
You're basically asking what color you should paint your car when the frame is rusted, the engine block has a hole in it and you're missing most of the body panels
This. I'm gonna try that.
I use 'Dove Nourishing Oil Care Conditioner', but I put some extra argan oil in the bottle. If you want more fap material I can post more frizzy hair pics.
Grill. Don't make jokes about my mental disorder pls
Why do people hate tripfags so much? I mean like this I can confirm it's OP replying.
Holy shit that is genius, the online results look really good. Expensive though, but probably worth it. Will do some research on that, thanks.
I always do homemade hair masks. Mashing up an avocado is amazing. Avocados are about 70% fat, so it's very conditioning. I add argan, coconut or olive oil to that and sometimes some honey (Also moisturizing but honey can lighten your hair a little, though). Then I leave it in as long as possible, at least half an hour but mostly even 3 hours just because. Sometimes I soak my hair in any oil, leave it overnight and then wash it out. Makes it very soft. But you want a balance between moisture and protein in your hair. For that I dye my hair with henna (creates a protein layer around each hair) but that's not recommendable because of the color. You can instead add an egg to your hair mask every now and then, or literally jello powder. The uncolored kind of course.