Tired of wavy hair? Try these tips that can help reduce the wave
If you think your hair is too wavy after a wash and want to straighten it, you are at the right place. Some tips that can help reduce the wave.
Dry, frizzy hair can be one of your worst nightmares. We know how hard it can be to battle brittle hair or even think about stepping out on a bad hair day but not anymore.
Regular hair-drying, pollution or over exposure to the sun, these are just some of the reasons that can make your hair dry. Besides this, some people may have naturally dry hair.
But if you think your hair is too wavy after a wash and want to straighten it, you are at the right place. Some tips that can help reduce the wave.
After you wash your hair, and it's still a bit damp at the tips, twist it really tight and then roll it up into a tight bun. Let this bun sit at the bottom of your neck. Leave it for as long as you can, or at least till your hair dries completely.
Before you sleep, part your hair at the centre, like you do when you're about to make two ponytails on either side. Take one part of the hair and tie a rubber band close to the scalp, then tie another rubber band one inch apart. Continue to do so right till the end. Take all of these off only in the morning.
Take 1 cup of milk and put it in a spray bottle. An hour or 30 minutes before you shower, spray your hair with milk. Do this every time before you wash your hair and you'll find your hair to be wave-free in just a few washes.