Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Help! I'm a frizzy mess.

I'd like to ask you lovely ladies for some hair care advice.

When I came home from the salon last week, my hair was smooth and shiny. My newly cut layers fell around my face in a sultry, Victoria's Secret Angels kind of way. I tried to preserve this look as long as posisble, but eventually I had to wash my hair. (I won't tell you how many days I waited.)

Thanks to my serious lack of styling skills, my beautiful haircut is now a dull, flat, frizzy mess. Ok, it's not that bad. But I definitley need help.

I suck at blowing my hair out and need any tips you can offer. I think I need a new brush. I use the cheapest mousse I can find for blowdrying and Pantene heat protectant for flat ironing. I am considering buying curlers, but I don't know how to use them.

Please help!


Lora said...

I am a disaster at this kind of stuff, but mousse always dries my hair out and makes it worse. I know this sounds weird, but I'm addicted to VO5 Hairdressing. I am anti-petroleum products, but this is an exception. It is like $3 at the grocery store.

Rinny said...

You must promptly take yourself to whatever beauty product store you wish and purchase TIGI Bed Head Small Talk. It is fabulous! I have no qualms about petroleum based products....probably should, but I will shuck all beliefs for shine, sexy, fabulous hair. Plus, this stuff is great to use as a protectant for flat irons. Just put it in your hair while damp, blow dry, which I can't do either, and then flat iron. Perfection!

Tavia said...

you should use a large paddle brush for blow drying to maintain shine and defrizz.

Mara said...

Thanks for the advice ladies! I will try your suggestions and report back.