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Fly aways and frizziness - December 14th 2012, 06:17 PM

I have straight hair, with some waviness in it, and my hair gets super frizzy and has a lot of flyaways and it's worse during the winter months, but most of the time, it's frizzy and has a lot of fly aways.

Right now, in the mornings, I use this spray called Static Guard( look at the picture below), which helps eliminate static cling on things that
have a lot of static on them. When I spray this stuff on my hair brush( as what the directions say to do), I noticed that my hair seems to still have fly aways.

Anyways, I was wondering if there is any special shampoo, conditionar hair spray, etc. that I can use during the day or at night to tame the frizziness and fly aways.

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Re: Fly aways and frizziness - December 14th 2012, 10:07 PM

A trick I learned to tame fly-aways is to spray a little bit of hairspray onto a comb and then comb them down. If that doesn't work, then try applying some mousse in your hair after a shower. It will help to smooth it and hopefully keep fly-aways flat.

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