How to De-Frizz Curly Hair Video
Don’t fight your curls, work with them! A-list stylist and Devachan creator Lorraine Massey demonstrates the easiest way to turn frizzy, dehydrated locks into polished tendrils.
Hi. I'm Lorraine Massey and this is Devachan Salon. So today, I'm going to teach you how to love your curls for life. And we're gonna start by taking what we have already. This could be great for second day, third day hair. We're gonna do a yin and yang. We're gonna slick the hair back without hurting it. But we're also gonna play with what she has and just make it kinda wild. So in order to really wet the hair down and also nourish it at the same time as she's wearing it, I'm gonna take some conditioner and water it down, part in half. So it makes it very, very milky. So what I'm gonna do now is take a little piece of the hair from underneath and just wrap it around, so really tight. So you just take a bobby pin, very lightly weep it in and just anchor that last piece of hair. As you can see, curly hair is frizzy. It tends to be frizzy when it's dehydrated. So all you have to do is spritz very lightly your conditioning mix and spray it downwards so the cuticles lay down. Just wrap around your finger from the knuckle to the end, and just flip. So in less than a minute, we took it from frizz to curl. Wherever there's a frizz, there's a curl waiting to happen. On an average, a look like this could take 15 minutes but it could also take as little as 5 minutes if you're preconditioned. If you're already a kind to go you'll basically just flick the [unknown] back, you can just let your curls unfurl and do whatever they want to do. There will be no manipulation on the hair, whatsoever. No curling irons, no flat irons, no blow dries and round brushes, nothing. We're just gonna really make use of what we have and make the best of it and respond it and not impose upon it.