If you're unhappy with your frizzy roots, then this video is for you! It is often common that you have multiple different textures in your curly hair and it can be hard to get great definition from root to end. It will look like you have two different textures going on in one curl clump. I'll show you how to clear away all of the frizz with a few simple steps, and leave your hair looking healthy and defined! Thanks for watching!
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What's up Kelly's if you're struggling with puffy Roots undefined ends.
This video is for you I'm going to show you how to get defined roots and the same texture.
All the way down the length of your hair, keep watching I, always like to start on freshly washed and conditioned hair for this as it gives you the best results in terms of definition, I wouldn't recommend doing this.
If you already have products on your hair as you want all of the product to be absorbed thoroughly, this means starting on clean hair in order to get defined Roots.
You need to follow the steps you see throughout this video so have a pen and paper at the ready to make some notes.
The first step is to make sure you work in thin sections.
The smaller your sections are the more product is going to cover each hair strand resulting in more definition.
The second step is to saturate your hair with water.
If you start on damp hair, you won't get as good a result as this will give you more volume, which is absolutely fine, but I'm guessing, you're, not watching this video for that.
So make sure your sections are thin.
Then you want to make sure the hair is Thoroughly saturated by brushing through the water and also detangling at the same time.
The next thing is to apply your leaving product for this I'm using male Organics, leaving pomegranate and honey, lime following this.
You will want to apply your first gel product I like to use two or three gels for this method for maximum definition.
The first gel I use is normally a lighter gel that has good moisturizing properties, such as the Camille Rose cow maker gel.
And then you want to apply the gel To Your Roots as well as the mid lengths and ends of your hair you'll.
Then add your second gel on top of this gel to apply the gels I like to use a combination of three different styling techniques.
These are smoothing raking and the glazing method.
And now I'm, just repeating the exact same process all over my head.
This does take a little while, but it is worth in the end because this style lasted me the whole week without having to do anything in between again, make sure the sections are nice and thin use your brush to distribute the water and then get a good grip on the root of the hair, make sure you're applying products right to the very top near your scalp.
And this will give you the best definition for your roots.
If you don't get the product up there into your scalp it's, not going to give you the desired effect foreign.
Now, you can see me, really, really focusing in on the root part, I've smooth, the gel right into my hair and make sure it's all nice and pressed in this is half of my hair done.
And we are going to start moving on to the next side.
So while I go and complete the rest of my hair, let's just talk about the main reasons why you have puffy Roots aside from the fact that you are probably selling your hair in the wrong way.
One of the reasons could be that you have multiple different textures on your hair.
This could be due to damage or it could just be down to genetics.
This is perfectly normal I.
Am definitely someone who has about three different textures in my hair as it ranges from about a 3B curl to a full ear curl where my crown is.
But the majority of my hair is a 3C with that in mind.
You need to adapt your styling and products to suit your different hair textures for me.
If I use one type of gel in my 3B area, it wouldn't work in the crown of my hair where my hair is tighter.
Another reason why you may not be able to get the definition that you want are your products you need to ensure that whatever you are using is providing you with hold and definition.
Gels are definitely the best products for this.
But you will find that you some have stronghold and some have a weaker, hold I, really love combining gels to give me both moisture and definition and hold at the same time.
Lastly, if you do not have healthy hair, you will struggle to get definition, make sure you're keeping up with your moisture treatments.
You need to be doing deep conditioners and rotating from moisture base to protein based on a weekly basis, unless you are struggling with protein overload.
Now we are on to the very end part of my hair.
This is the crown.
And one of the most important parts that you're going to need to focus your energy on so make sure you are pushing in that product underneath and on top of your hair, strands I'm, even going to the extent of applying the gel right to my very root so that it literally goes on the root of my hair, and it has got no choice, but to lay it down.
So if you are struggling make sure you literally get the gel onto the top of your hair and Slick that down, oh, thank you.
The final part of this process is to finish off with a stronghold styling, gel I'm opting for the wetline extreme gel, because this just gives me a nice, finish I'll, literally apply the gel glazing it over my roots.
And the ends of my hair to just give it that extra little bit of hold and I'll finish off with finger calling my bangs just to make sure these are set in place finger, calling is another really good technique.
If you still struggle for definition after trying this method, but I will warn you.
It does take a long time if you have thick curly hair after this, you want to go in with a diffuser, make sure you diffuse your hair and do not let it air dry.
Because this will give you the best results for definition and hold just making sure you are hovering over the hair and not touching it.
This is the final result after finish diffusing, as you can see, my hair has not shrunk up or puffed up at all.
And all of my roots and ends are defined really nicely if you're interested in seeing the maximum definition, three gel method click, the thumbnail at the end of the screen and I will see you next time.
- Reduce heat styling.
- Use lukewarm water for washing your hair.
- Don't wash your hair too often.
- Use conditioner or masks.
- Avoid harsh products.
- Use a microfiber towel to dry your hair.
- Switch to a boar-bristle brush.
- Use a frizz protectant if you live in a humid climate.
"Rough-drying it with a towel will only create tangles and friction and encourage the cuticle to stick up straight. This is the root cause of frizz and static. If you are using a towel, gently pat and squeeze the water out rather than rubbing hair up and down. This will instantly help reduce chances of frizz."How do you calm super frizzy hair? ›
- Choose a glycerin-packed shampoo + conditioner. ...
- Use a deep conditioning mask at least once a week. ...
- Ditch your regular hair towel. ...
- Use a diffuser when drying your hair. ...
- Invest in a silk pillowcase. ...
- Skip the hairspray. ...
- Touch up with a mascara wand.
- Choose a shampoo formulated for coarse hair. ...
- Try co-washing. ...
- Conditioner. ...
- Use a hair mask. ...
- Eat a hair-healthy diet. ...
- Sleep on a silk pillowcase. ...
- Use the proper brush and brushing techniques.
The main cause of frizz is a lack of moisture in your hair. This causes your hair to seek out and absorb moisture from the air, causing frizz - which also explains why humidity can make frizz even worse.How can I lift my hair roots naturally? ›
“To lift your roots, take your hair in the opposite direction of growth. Hold a section of hair in your hand then place your brush or comb at the roots, like a roller, pass the section over to the other side and dry. “Curlers are also really useful. Use them in dry hair, spray hairspray at the roots and heat!How do you tame a flyaway at the root? ›
- Use a Frizz-Fighting Shampoo and Conditioner. ...
- Try a Hydrating Hair System. ...
- Incorporate a Deep Conditioning Treatment Into Your Routine. ...
- Don't Dry Your Wet Hair With a Regular Towel. ...
- Use a Hair Serum. ...
- Use an Edge Brush With Hairspray. ...
- Take a Break From Heat Styling. ...
- Don't Brush Your Hair While It's Dry.
- Choose the right tool. ...
- Use hairspray. ...
- Tamp down baby hairs with cold air. ...
- Spray it with water. ...
- Apply a styling cream. ...
- Protect the strands against more breakage.
Apply Lightweight Oils or Serums
Light oils and serums made especially for straight tresses are your best bets. If your hair is very fine and easily weighed down, only apply products to the ends of your style; avoid putting anything on your roots.
“To really hide roots, the best thing to do is increase movement and add volume. Reach for a tong or straightening iron—anything you can use to make loose waves. Once you're done, shake it all out and blast in texture spray,” he says. If you're still not satisfied, the key is the parting.
There are four primary factors that cause frizz: the environment, diameter of the hair fiber itself, level of curl, and the amount of damage. Avoid long and hot showers, excess exfoliation, and hot tools like traditional hairdryers and flat irons to prevent frizz.Why is my hair so dry and frizzy at the ends? ›
Dry hair ends are a sign of lack of nourishment. It shows that the natural oils from your scalp are not reaching the ends. This calls for external nourishment in the form of oils, conditioners and hair masks.What vitamin deficiency causes frizzy hair? ›
Deficiencies in any of the following vitamins and minerals could manifest as conditions including generalized hair loss, frizziness or brittle hair: Biotin (vitamin B7): Biotin activates enzymes that break down the carbohydrates, fat and protein necessary for hair production and reducing frizz.Why won't my hair stop being frizzy? ›
Since the primary cause of frizziness is dehydration, the best way to stop your hair from being frizzy is to avoid washing with water that's too hot, steer clear of too many heat styling products and harmful chemicals, get a haircut, and use hydrated hair products like shampoo with glycerin, conditioner, leave-in ...Does frizzy hair need protein or moisture? ›
However, too much protein can lead to dryness and breakage. It is especially in hair that is already dry or damaged. On the other hand, moisture helps hydrate the hair and prevent frizz. Moreover, making it essential for hair that is dry or lacks shine.How do you get insane volume in your hair? ›
- Shampoo and Condition with Volumizing Benefits. ...
- Blow Dry Your Hair Upside Down. ...
- Blow Dry Your Hair. ...
- Switch Up Your Part. ...
- Try An Old-School Styling Technique. ...
- Adjust Your Diet. ...
- Get A Professional Cut. ...
- Use The Right Products (And Ditch The Wrong Ones)
Product buildup — Product build-up coats your hair so it can't get the moisture it needs. This leads to dry hair and flyaways. Poor hair hygiene — Not washing your hair enough can also lead to flyaways. Any kind of buildup on your scalp (product, dirt, cells) will coat your scalp causing surface frizz and flyaways.