Q
Hello,when I 2 strands twist my natural hair the ends looks okay, but after 1-2 days they look frizzy. What does that mean?
Anonymous
A

naijacurls:

Hey! Frizzy anything indicates loss of moisture and/or oils. Dry ends or even the length of the hair that is dry has the tendency to frizz up. Here are a few solutions:

  • Make sure to saturate the ends with product when twisting, and then  just before you reach down to the very ends of your hair, twirl/coil your ends around your fingers to keep them from unraveling.
  • If you are doing the twists as a protective style for a couple of days or even for a week or so, ensure that you are moisturising your ends to prevent any moisture loss. Our ends are the oldest parts of our hair, and thus need extra TLC. 
  • If you have tried the above already, and your ends still get fuzzy after those 1-2 days, that may indicate that you are in need of a trim. Check to see how your ends appear, especially when in twists—as that can tell you a lot. Are they thinning out? How do your ends feel/look?

Hope that helps :-)







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