Summer hair frizz!

Noodle

Moderator
Staff member
#1
Can I put this question out please to all of our hair professionals?

@deanosnana and myself would love to know the best way to combat the dreaded summer hair frizz.

Apart from wearing hair up in a ponytail, are there any other solutions to this problem?

Professional shampoo and conditioner are being used regularly, but they don’t seem to be making any real difference :(

Any advice would be most welcome :)

Many thanks in advance.
 

#2
Have you tried a keratin blowdry? My clients who have the same issue will have one ready for summer and one ready for winter and they swear by them!
 

Noodle

Moderator
Staff member
#3
Have you tried a keratin blowdry? My clients who have the same issue will have one ready for summer and one ready for winter and they swear by them!
I have in the past yes, but I suppose I need to think about having a keratin treatment again at some point.

I’m guessing that sadly, heat protection plus straighteners isn’t going to be enough :confused:
 

#4
I have in the past yes, but I suppose I need to think about having a keratin treatment again at some point.

I’m guessing that sadly, heat protection plus straighteners isn’t going to be enough :confused:
It’ll just knacker your hair eventually! At least with the keratin u have the protective barrier and u won’t need to straighten. Try the NovMax it’s the best I’ve used x
 

leenie81

Active Member
#5
I’m mixed race and nov max has been a life saver but I’m now pregnant and think it will be too strong for me
 

#6
I’m mixed race and nov max has been a life saver but I’m now pregnant and think it will be too strong for me
I’ve done it on loads of pregnant women hun, I spoke to Emmerson at Novmax and he said it was perfectly safe. Maybe do it outside if you’re worried about the fumes? It’ll be a lifesaver to have it done in the summer, at least it’ll mean the heat won’t take over, lets face it the less u have to faff around with appearance when ur preggers the better!
 

House Beauty

Well-Known Member
#7
Can I put this question out please to all of our hair professionals?

@deanosnana and myself would love to know the best way to combat the dreaded summer hair frizz.

Apart from wearing hair up in a ponytail, are there any other solutions to this problem?

Professional shampoo and conditioner are being used regularly, but they don’t seem to be making any real difference :(

Any advice would be most welcome :)

Many thanks in advance.
I just add leave in conditioner spray and salt spray, leave it and enjoy the beach curls. They are dry within the hour if i’m outside
 
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