brunette woman is not happy with her fragile hair

Do you get jealous when you see a girl walking down the street with perfectly curled hair that stays in place no matter how hard the wind blows? It’s probably because you have the hardest time getting your hair to hold a style. If you find your hair falling flat often, click the notes for some fast cures. –– Kelly Rowe

You hair is thick and heavy.

Your hair loses style the quickest purely because of the weight of it. The easiest way to make styles stick longer is to set hair wet. When hair is set in rollers or pin curls while wet, and then dries in that form, it creates a full and firm curl that won’t fall out without rewashing. Make sure to use conditioner only on the very ends of your hair. The lighter your hair, the more it will hold.

Your hair is stick straight.

Your best option for getting some waves would be getting a permanent waving system like American Wave to give you more styling options, but if re-texturizing is a little too much for your liking there is another option. If you get a mild permanent color service it will rough up the cuticle just enough to make it more bendable, allowing you to curl it.

Your hair is fine.

The worst part about your hair is that you curl it, it looks beautiful, then it immediately looks drab. Fine hair can be tough, unless you the right products to use. The right products at minimal amounts will be your savior. You need to make sure you are using the lightest types of products, like foams and whips; never ever any creams. Lastly, always stick to aerosol hair sprays and not pump sprays.

By Kelly Rowe. Kelly Rowe is a professional hair stylist in NYC and a regular contributer to Style Noted 

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