The biggest mistake you're making with your hair, according to a hairstylist – it can make it super frizzy
CURLY-HAIRED ladies, you might want to listen up.
This common habit may be causing your mane to frizz.
A woman online put out a call to all curly and frizzy-haired people, instructing them to follow her routine if they want their curls to have a silky texture.
Posting to the UK salon UnitFour’s TikTok account, one of the team’s hair specialists said:
“Do you know that if you use a hairbrush to brush your hair when you get out of the shower, you’re actually going to create so much more frizz in your curls?”
Instead, do your brushing in the shower.
And you’ll want to opt for a comb rather than a traditional brush.
“What you want to do is pop conditioner on, comb it through with conditioner. Then rinse off, jump out the shower, and let it dry naturally,” she instructed.
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“If you find that it is still knotty, then please use a wide-toothed comb and start from the bottom and work your way up the hair.”
The hair expert said this trick would work for wavy tresses as well.
Commenters praised her for the tip, with many of them confirming its magic:
“I started doing this and it’s actually like way better,” one viewer wrote.
Dozens of others tagged their friends in the post, with one person urging a tagged pal to follow the advice: “If only you’d let your curls out and not fry them like an egg every day!”
As for any straight-haired ladies, TikTok has you covered on that too.
A hair model who describes herself as the “Aussie Rapunzel” posted a video showing off her over one-meter-long smooth locks.
Her advice for straight hair is the opposite of the advice given for curly hair.
Rapunzel said: "Never, ever brush your hair when it’s wet if you have straight, fine hair like me.
"This is when the hair is in its most fragile state and can cause breakage."
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