Gorgeous Hairstyles for Frizz-Prone Hair; Not only it is hard to tame the frizzy hair, but it’s also even harder to find right styles for the frizz-prone hair that can give it a chic appeal without making it look messy. However, it’s no more difficult to find gorgeous styles for your frizzy hair since we’ve come up with a few brand new, gorgeous hairstyle options for you that you’re really going to love. Take a trip below to see the styles and tips to create them.
Carrie Bradshaw Curls
This frizzy hairstyle tends to give your curls a soft finish. The most gorgeous thing about the style is its bounce, body and the soft tendrils that give it plenty of definition.
Rinse your hair and treat it with a leave-in conditioner when it’s still wet. Then dry it using the diffuser. At the end, wind some random sections of hair around a large barrel curling iron. Leave the ends of the hair a bit loose and wild.
Textured Wavy Bob
It’s a great style for the frizz-prone hair. This tousled, bed-head bob gives extra texture to your hair, making it look volumetric. Moreover, it is easy to maintain and chicly flatters face of the wearer. So, it might be a great choice for busy ladies.
Styling tips: Apply a little amount of volumizing-mousse to freshly washed, damp hair and allow it to air dry. Cap of the look by winding random sections around a large-barrel curling iron and create the waves with the fingertips.
Messy Fishtail Braid
Messy fishtail braid is an ultra romantic look where frizz looks windswept and easy that gives the wearer a feminine look.
To get the look, work a hair spray through your slightly wet hair and allow it to dry out naturally. As soon as it is completely dry, touch up a few sections of your hair with a large-barrel curling iron, and tease your hair at the tiara with a fine-tooth comb. When the requisite volume is achieved, pull your hair back into a low plait and secure it with a band. Twist it into a muddled fishtail braid by sectioning your hair into two segments.
Then, pick a small piece of hair from the outside of the left half and add it to the right half. Do the same on the other side, and repeat until you are finished. Finally, fasten it with a hair-tie, and remove the first elastic to make the braid look more undone. Pull a few loose tendrils out in the front and you’re ready.