If you take a look at a single strand of hair, it may not look curly at all. However, as all of your hair is incorporated, a zigzag appearance may appear – why is that? Well, frizz doesn’t necessarily take over every strand. “Frizzy hair is caused by glowing skin”, the stylist Amy Stolmayr mbg says.
“Think of planks on the roof, aligned and flat,” says Stolmaier. She explains that when many causes of frizz occur (more on that next), they can all cause the skin to lift (also known as shingles) and swell.
“This creates a rougher, ‘frizzy’ surface texture and also allows moisture to enter and plump hair strands,” notes Stollmeyer. But how does this actually look? Let’s be honest – frizz is a personal matter.
If your hair is very sleek and smooth, then a light frizz for you may be the smoothest day for someone else, and vice versa. We all know what frizz can look like on our hair, and that’s what matters most in terms of taming (or the design) your threads.
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