The same happens to me! I find that if I put conditioner on the ends and avoid the roots, they stay relatively flat. Otherwise, I would just wet my hair and blowdry it flat.posted over 4 years ago
I might try using the hot oil treatments I’ve been hearing so much about, or go to my stylist next time I get my hair cut to ask about dry ends :) Last time I washed my hair I only applied conditioner to my ends and used more than I normally would and it’s looking a lot healthier.posted over 4 years ago
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I have struggled with poofy hair my whole life too. It's so frustrating, because when you comb it right after a shower and it's so smooth, it makes you think it will stay that way when it dries. I didn't see a real change in my hair's "poofyness" till I started using jojoba oil as a leave in.
All I do is wrap my hair in a towel for 15 minutes and then take it out to comb it. Then I take my jojoba oil (bought it at a local health food store for like $8, the golden kind because it's unrefined and jojoba oil is similar to our hairs natural sebum) and I only put about 2 or 3 drops in my palm, rub them together and spread on the ends first then up the hair. This seems to have helped my poofyness disappear! Also I also put it in twist hairstylezz and after awhile when it absorbs in, it's super soft. But be sure not to over oil!
hope that helps!:)posted 3 days ago