Sunday, June 20, 2010

Thick wavy hair?

i'm a guy with medium length, wavy, and frizzy thick hair. i'm trying to grow it longer but i want it to be flat and straight. should i get it rebonded, straightened or can i just use that maxiglide product?

Thick wavy hair?

I'm a girl...and have very curly thick long hair. You've got three choices:

Thinning your hair: wont help the waves, but will stop it appearing 'boofy'.

Buying a straightner. You'll need to re-straighten you hair every time it gets wet. If you wash your hair everyday, you'll need to straighten it. It can take me about 30min to an hour to blowdry and straighten my hair. All this heat treatment really does hurt your hair and give you split ends if you do it often.

Get a perm(straight). That will keep your hair straight until it grows out. It can be slightly damaging, but no where as bad as heat treating it every day.

Thick wavy hair?

The only thing I can think of is to straighten it. I have thick, wavy hair, and don't want to straighten, but you should try using a separate straightner shampoo and conditioner before doing anything else. If that doesn't work, then I would recommend straightening it.

Thick wavy hair?

You are a guy...with medium length, wavy, and frizzy think hair.

What is your rating of short, medium and long?

Me, as a girl, must say that Long Hair on Guys Is Gross.

BUT, if you want to straight, get a Japanese perm or "magic" perm. That's getting your hair permanently straightened.

Thick wavy hair?

I suggest a razor cut to thin your hair. Contact your stylist and ask about razor cuts. Otherwise what will happen is your hair will get fuller instead of longer. Should be the same price as a haircut.

I've been a licensed cosmetologist for thirty years.

Hope this helps.

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