I find that a heat protector spray helps a bit if you spray it before you straighten your hair or even before you blow dry it.
I have the same problem that I have yet to solve when it is really really moist outside. For the most part though I have found hairspray, heat protector spray and a good straightener have helped a lot. Sorry I am sure those aren’t creative enough.
I find that if I blow it out before hand with a mousse and then spray it afterwards with hair spray it it holds decently. Make sure you get a good round brush and use lots of tension to get it good and straight.posted about 2 years ago
I usually use hair spray, but leaves it crunchy sometimes, so mousse would be good.posted about 2 years ago
I have very bleached hair and extensions, and I find that using Frederic Fekkai Glossing Cream is the answer to frizziness, damage, control, and-keeping your hair straight.
I dont really straighten my hair that much (used to be addicted to in high school) but I saw a CHI straightener on sale at TJ Maxx for $70 the other day and didn’t buy it solely because I’m happy with my $30 Bedhead straightener :) which I also got at TJ Maxx!
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That sound hard ,cause most of the time the solution are quite expensive.In Finland many women use to consult their hair dresser ,in fact in helsinki there is a helsinki kampaamo or hair salon that always recommending a fit hair style and what to do for your hair which is you can’t see in some hair salon.posted almost 2 years ago
I make sure to blow dry my hair until its completely dry and then straighten my hair with an iron. It stays straight longer that way.posted almost 2 years ago