You know you have course hair from the fluff and frizz, to the ponytail holder you can only wrap around your hair once. It’s not a surprise to you if you have coarse hair because you have had trouble taming it your whole life. Coarse hair can be the most challenging to blow out on your own, but with a little practice and great patience you will have a salon looking blowout all on your own. First get that scalp clean. It can be tough to get through all that hair but wash, wash, wash until its squeaky clean. With coarse hair use a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner. Look for shampoos and conditioners that say things like moisturizing, no frizz or smooth. Try Living Proof no frizz shampoo & conditioner. Another great choose is Davines Momo shampoo & conditioner which is very moisturizing and Davines Love shampoo & conditioner which helps smooth your hair. Moroccanoil also has a great new smoothing line including Moroccanoil smooth shampoo & conditioner. It’s best with coarse hair texture to do a conditioning treatment once a week to once every two weeks depending on how dry it is and if it has been chemically processed. Kerastase makes beautiful hair treatments for just slightly dry hair to OMG my hair is thirsty. Kerastase Maskeratine works great for all hair types. It fights extreme frizz, seals your ends and leaves your hair feeling as soft as a baby bunny. Love it!
Products- Calling all smoothing and anit-frizz products. If you have coarse curly hair you already know product is your friend. But you may also have coarse thick straight hair, regardless of straight or curly assistance with a good styling product is a must. I would start with a leave-in conditioner. It’s a 10 is a miracle spray!!!!! Spray all over your hair and comb through. I would still use another product that will help smooth. Some of my favorite are Oribe supershine moisturizing cream comes in regular & light, Oribe Royal blow out, Morocconoil smooth cream & Kerastase Thermique blow drying primer. Put about an quarter size amount of whichever styling cream you use in the palms of your hands and rub together before applying to your hair. Once you run your fingers through your hair with the product comb through to make sure it’s evenly distributed. Now its time to dry and style!