2 Tools to Tame Fly-Aways

November 15, 2020

tame fly-aways

How do I loathe fly-away hair?

Let me count the ways!

There’s nothing poetic going on with a great hairstyle gone rogue with little hairs sticking out everywhere. Has it happened to you? If I was a betting woman, I’d say it’d be easier to count those who DON’T suffer from fly-aways from time to time. Who’s with me?!

The most irritating thing about these pesky little things is their ability to sprout anywhere at any time. I’m here today, with two tools to tame fly-away hair. Ready? Let’s go!

First thing’s first. What causes fly-aways?

There’s no one answer, but here’s a list of the most common causes:

  • Walking out into the humidity.
  • Walking into a heated or air-conditioned building.
  • Having dry or damaged hair.
  • Having curly, kinky, or straight hair.
  • Breathing while having hair.  

However, there is ONE happy reason for fly-aways: new hair growth! (Yay!)

Regardless of the cause, let’s dive into the two tools to tame them.

You will need:

Simply place a bit of mend+defend on the toothbrush, then gently smooth it across your fly-aways. Voila! No more rogue hairs! You can respray your hair if you want to, but it’s not necessary.

A toothbrush is the perfect tool for smoothing fly-aways because it’s small and compact, and it decreases the chance of overloading your hair with product. You’ll be able to fix your unruly hairs without having to RE-fix all of your hair!

So, there you have it! Two tools to tame your fly-aways. 

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