How to get rid of flyaways easily How to get rid of flyaways easily

How to get rid of flyaways easily

Let's start by stating the fact that there is nothing wrong with having flyaways, you can embrace your natural hair, but if you want to get a silky ponytail, these tips can help you. 

Frizzy hair can sometimes be annoying and while stylists surely know how to make your hair look silky smooth, when we are left to do it ourselves, it might be a bit tricky to get similar results. If you want a smooth mane free of flyaways, these tips might help you.

How to get rid of flyaways easily

 How to get rid of flyaways easily

1. Use hair oils

Applying jojoba oil, coconut oil, or sweet almond oil to damp hair will add shine and lay down frizz. The trick is not to overdo it, four or five drops of oil will do – remember the thinner the hair, the less oil you should use. 

2. Style your hair right

When using a blow-dryer, it is necessary to point the airflow downward, this makes the cuticle of your strands lay down flat. 

3. Don't skip the hair protectant

 You can use natural oils to protect as a heat protectant too. 

If you fail to protect your hair before using hot tools, the chances are that you and up drying and damaging the strands. Not only will it protect your hair from the stress of styling, but it will also help you achieve a smooth texture. You can use natural oils to protect as a heat protectant too. 

4. Don't use a regular towel to dry your hair

Microfiber towels are better to prevent friction and help your hair dry faster. If you don't happen to have one at home, you can make do with an old T-shirt, the cotton is better to remove excess water but avoid disturbing your hair cuticle. 

5. Your pillowcase does matter

A cotton pillowcase will definitely cause or3e friction than a silk pillowcase. A silk pillowcase ensures your hair is subject to the least friction possible, therefore, you'll be less likely to wake up to frizzy hair. 

Aniela Dybiec

Aniela is a writer who loves art, makeup, and magick. She is also an amateur illustrator, a wellness fan and a vegetarian.+ info

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