Tf do I do about my super frizzy hair

I have 2a hair and it’s super hecking frizzy and porous. I don’t even use shampoo or hair dryers or anything like that. I condition practically every other day with rosemary combination oil and a boar bristle brush but it gets absorbed and goes dry again after 2 hours. I should not have frizzy hair by any imagination but I think it’s just genetics at this point

24 thoughts on “Tf do I do about my super frizzy hair

    • Anonymous says:

      at this point you’re unironically more schizo and annoying than doug ever was

      I have no idea who this guy is, I literally just googled frizzy medium mens hair

      >with rosemary combination oil and a boar bristle brush but it gets absorbed and goes dry again after 2 hours

      wash only the hair once at 3 days with shampoo only(only one wash and few shampoo, objetive is to clean the hair but not all the natural oil).
      at night before sleeping, put coconut oil into your hair(dont put into your scalp) sleep, at the morning use towel to take the excess out.

      if you still don´t have good hair, it´s your moron genetics that is making your hair unable to be tammed.

      I wash my hair fortnightly, if that, it’s still frizzy

      Biolage conditioner. Skinny serum. Wash only once a week

      https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZT8PS4Vu3/

      Will check out

  1. Anonymous says:

    My hair is curly (3B?) but also frizzy and coarse. What works for me is using a leave-in conditioner for styling and a little bit of gel – if I don’t use gel it gets messy during the day… From your picture it seems it would suit you nicely.

  2. Anonymous says:

    >with rosemary combination oil and a boar bristle brush but it gets absorbed and goes dry again after 2 hours

    wash only the hair once at 3 days with shampoo only(only one wash and few shampoo, objetive is to clean the hair but not all the natural oil).
    at night before sleeping, put coconut oil into your hair(dont put into your scalp) sleep, at the morning use towel to take the excess out.

    if you still don´t have good hair, it´s your moron genetics that is making your hair unable to be tammed.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Use conditioner. Let it air dry. You can use a cotton tshirt to wick excess moisture but use a tapping or scrunching motion, dont rub it in your hair like the towel you use to dry your body. You have curly hair and you must not break the curls apart or else you end up with what you got going on in picrel. This goes without saying but if you are to not break the curls apart you SHOULDNT heckING BRUSH IT EVER. You can use a brush to detangle it while DRENCHED and soaked in conditioner, but never while your hair is dry. This is your biggest problem.

      • Anonymous says:

        He’s right though, you want to keep the curls intact or else it will frizz up. You can get away with brushing it fully dry and it will just be poofy looking, just never brush it while semi-dry, speaking from experience.

  4. Anonymous says:

    anon I have the exact same hair texture. Use hair products intended for black women like curl cremes/lightweight curl gel and that hebrew fro will turn into beautiful curly rings right away

    don’t ever brush or comb your hair, use your fingers to detangle it while you’re showering and then scrunch it dry with a towel.

  5. Anonymous says:

    avoid brushing entirely, just ruffle it up with your fingers. shampoo and conditioner are OK. Boar bristle brushes are for fine, straight hair, get rid of that thing. unironically consider investing in an afro pick if you insist on using some sort of implement but you don’t need one.

    • Anonymous says:

      Best advice in the thread. Stop brushing immediately, that’s why it looks so frizzy and damaged.
      Otherwise, again, like other anon said, shampoo and conditioner are OK. You don’t need to be shampoo/conditioning every day, try every other day at first.
      Also, try showering and washing your hair in the evening if you aren’t already. I find my own hair looks best in the day AFTER I’ve washed it.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Never hecking brush. The only time you should be going through your hair is in the shower with your fingers while the hair is wet to untangle it. Else leave it the heck alone. Don’t even dry your hair.

  7. Anonymous says:

    omega 3 suppliments, conditioner, shampoo 2 times a week, easy and it’s not unlikely you shower with way too hot water

  8. Anonymous says:

    Unrelated to your hair, but your skin looks irritated too. Are you using a moisturizer in the morning? I have similar skin, and I use Paula’s choice exfoliant, followed by a salicylic acid moisturizer. I usually don’t wash my face when I shower in the evening, then I wipe with toner and cotton pads.

    Good luck figuring it out anon. Get rid of that brush lmao.

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