I wanna get a new haircut show me /fa/
The length of the hair doesn't matter
>tfw curly hair
>tfw It's shit and not good looking as the pictures
How do you maintain curly hair?
>sulfate free shampoo or hydrating shampoo once or twice a week max
>only ever use cold water on hair
>press towel against hair once firmly to remove excess water then let it air dry
>don't play with it too much while its wet other wise it becomes poofy (at least mine does)
finally figuring out how to tame my hair
not who you were talking to, but i think you just solved my poofy hair problem. i always towel dry and mess with it a lot trying to get it to look decent. apparently i was just making the problem worse.
I have slightly curly hair, i feel your pain
It's very hard to make curly hair look good.
Most of these cuts look ok because they're on a perfect male model. On an average looking guy, something like >>9508163 would look pretty bad.
If your curls are more tight and springy, you should probably just go with something very short
If it's looser/more on the wavy side, short on side long on top looks ok. >>9508253
>pat with towell then let it air-dry
Seriously bros, if you even just do this one thing, it will drastically improve the texture and flow of curly hair. I've just figured this out this week, myself.
Rub conditioner in your hands, grab your hair in clumps and twist it around like a cone.
Leave like this till it air drys.
Carefully separate the twist into multiple curls.
Don't ever touch it ever again or it will frizz like a mother fucker.
Now here's a question nobody ever answers...water rinse every day, or go as long as you can without letting the water hit your hair?
I have straight thin hair but I can still use some of these
I just use conditioner instead of shampoo.
Twice a week max. All other days scrub with water. You can use whatever temperature water with your hair but the vital thing is drenching it all in cold water before leaving, to close up your pores.
Mfw I buzzed my hair yesterday after getting tired of my shit poofy curly hair
At least I don't l look too bad buzzed
Seaweed Bath Co's shampoo and conditioner is amazing for my curls. I use the volumizing one.
To keep frizz in check without having some nasty product, I use Skin Gel's Aloe Vera Gel. It may be a little crunchy at first but it's easy to break that and you still keep the control it gives.
I want to try no shampoo and do baking soda and vinegar or an essential oil treatment, but I work as a barista and can't go through a gross hair phase.
I wash every three days.
Not a guy so my hair may need more maintenance since it's around chin length, but I swear by that aloe vera. You can use it for medical shit, too. Like if you burn or cut yourself. It's safe to use on your face as well.
It's expensive but lasts awhile.
Posting mine cause I got rockin curls; usually up in a bun though
I love the 1950s curl in the front he has sometimes
Example of just using aloe as a finishing product. I don't remember what wash day this wash.
I do the pat technique where you kind of hand your head upside down and pat upwards scrunching stuff without undoing the curls.
My fringe is extremely frizzy but that's the only bit of my hair that is
It's really irritating and makes my hair look like shit
I think it's because I used to straighten it years ago so it's probably damaged
How do I fix it?
Also, cutting it short and letting it grow back doesn't change anything
Small amount of shampoo under usually hot water
large amount of conditioner
towel dried; patted
I wash it extremely rarely though because most of the time it looks worse after I do
The weird thing is though that whenever I get my hair washed at the hairdressers, it always turns out better than at home
Are you rough or gentle when you wash? Try being gentle, like a light massage. Use cold water, or at least luke warm.
Try that aloe on your fringe.
Try drying just your fringe with a shirt instead of a towel
dude you replied to here
use cold water on your hair! hot water dries out curly hair a lot and makes it poofy/frizzy. try to wash your hair every few days max with a dollop of shampoo and conditioner (adding more conditioner doesnt help, it sounds like you may be using too much). Pat drying your hair to remove excess water is good then let it air dry.
>sulfate free shampoo
What do you recommend my friend? I've been using suave naturals coconut shampoo and conditioner because its cheap and I haven't really cared that much before. Looks like the conditioner is sulfate free, but not the shampoo. Any suggestions?
Don't wash it so much then anon, water strips the natural oils from you hair. Rinse your hair, and condition 2-4 times a week depending on they dryness of you hair.
You hair will have more texture and less frizzy curls.
does this look good? my face is a little long for pushed back hair but i've gotten some nice compliments on it.
They'll just go away, dude. No poo regulates your hair oils naturally, which in turn moisturize your scalp. I guess if you're worried about it, use some selenium shampoo until the 'druff goes away and then stop.
im growing my hair out, started with a buzzcut in august. its 7 inches, is this acceptable in 6 months? i think i have a pretty slow hair growth.
my dream look,i got the hair ok by now. just need the beard
i hate my hair, its the 'frizzy' and very fine with big curls like you see on alot of the pictures here, it looks best maybe 3-4 weeks after cutting short (not buzz)
i use t-gel because muh shitty scalp but are there any other tips i should take note of? i wash about twice a week but rinse whenever i have a shower. i dont use conditioner
My hair texture is somewhat like this. I'm groing it out to look pic related, I've been no poo for awhile now but I always rinse with water. Is that bad?