Flipping an image is pretty simple. Remember, Apple computers are designed to be usable by the stupidest among us. If you still have trouble, try turning off your brain...you're just thinking too hard.
BTW, the hair looks great, and so does that jacket.
If a product doesn't work, try another one.
Standard advice for curly hair is to condition daily, but never wash. I recently discovered this makes my scalp itchy, so I'm playing catch-up for a month with daily washing, which is - surprise! - making my hair frizzy.
I wouldn't have it so bad if I were using a sulfate-free shampoo. Sulfate-free shampoos say so on the front. All shampoos sold in the US have to list their ingredients. An alternative to sulfate-free shampoo is baking soda and vinegar, but it's less convenient. I also think it's just as expensive, long-term.
After this month-long detox, I'll probably do a weekly baking soda and vinegar wash going forward.
Thanks Chuck , l am wearing the jacket everywhere but bed to try and break it in , thank god jeans are not like that anymore . Not sure why but every time l tried posting this under your reply it says l have to write something , even though l had .
It's probably not your hair, Nerdbeast, but your cut. You're asking your hair to do something it obviously doesn't want to do, and you're basically asking how to overpower it.
Work *with* your hair, instead of against it.
A photo would be helpful...well, two, actually. What does your hair look like, naturally, and what do you want it to look like? Then, we can help you get from point A to point B in a way that might actually make sense. Product is not supposed to glue your hair into place...it's best if your hair goes in the right direction already, because that lets the product provide the finishing touch.
Short term, though, do you use a conditioner? I always found conditioners helped to tame the frizz, the few times I had that problem.
Oh, and try going to a *real* barber. Not some undertrained stylist named Britni or Typhanee at MegaKuttz, but an actual, honest to God, barber. Barbers know how to cut those traditional men's styles, and to work with your hair to make you look good.