This is a simple, natural, and inexpensive way to make hair thick, shiny, frizzy, and knotted, including the following options:
Avoid using high temperatures as much as possible, including the water used to wash your hair and style your hair (with a hot blow dryer, tool or curler).
Only wash your hair with warm water when absolutely necessary, and be sure to wet it with warm water.
Comb your hair carefully from tip to root before you wet wash your hair, after you apply your hair retention cocktail, and before you wake up in the morning and go to bed.
Use only a comb with smooth teeth and no obstacles.
Keep the skin on your nails and fingers smooth and avoid split ends. Rough hands, nails and fingers can tear hair.
To increase the consistency, a final cold wash must be performed. Soak up excess moisture with a microfiber towel or a 100% cotton T-shirt. Curl your hair with a large curling iron, then sit under the hood or under the hood dryer. Or use a rag roller, straw or stick to curl your hair.
You can blow dry your hair if you want. To add thickness, blow dry your hair and bend it around your waist, directing air from the ends up to the roots. Blow dry your hair on the coolest setting possible.
Prevent frizziness from wet washing. You don't have to spend a lot of money on the product. Instead, dilute the moisturizing shampoo you buy at the drugstore or similar place to avoid exposing your hair to harsh chemicals. Mix an eighth to a quarter teaspoon of super moisturizing shampoo in a clean quart sized bottle filled with warm water. Shake to form a foam.
Make your hair very wet. Drop the foam onto the roots of your hair and let the foam flow gently through your hair. Put it in your hair. Don't scrub your hair or scalp, which can cause curls and frizz.
Rinse with clean water.
Apply a cheap conditioner to the middle and ends of your hair. While the conditioner is still in your hair, gently brush your hair from tip to root with a tooth brush. Remember that hair is most fragile when it's wet.
Once you've messed up the whole hair, rinse it well.
Use your fingers to gently accordion up or down the hair to remove excess water. Never use a rough towel, which can cause frizz or knots.
Comb with a smooth comb.
Use leave-in conditioner, air dry or wet your hair, and sit under the hair dryer. You can also braid damp hair to air dry naturally in thick, glossy waves.
Put a drop of brightening essence on your palm and massage together to enhance the brightening effect. Brush over the top of dry hair to add shine and shine.
You don't have to spend a lot of money on the product.
Do your research, read reviews, and shop with coupons or discount sites.
Experiment with different ways to make wet sleeves, such as large rollers, rags, straws, sticks or braids.
You can also try using bobby pins to curl your hair or using bobby pins to hold the roots up.
You can also try inexpensive root lifting products or breast enhancement mousse products.
It will take time to learn the best way to get your hair the way you want it to, but with time and patience, it is definitely possible.
Disclaimer: I do not sell or promote any company, their products, nor do I promote any of my own online shopping outlets. What I write is based on my own experience and belief in the techniques I share.