how do you fix the back of your hair?

*sigh*

Okay, so I got the world's WORST haircut yesterday. The guy didn't listen to a word that I said. Somehow when I said, "I just want to trim the ends" he took that to mean "I want you to chop off four inches and give me a bob".

So now my hair is all round and poofy AND it's raining outside. Gaaaahhh!

That's not my question, though...heh, I just wanted to complain to people who would understand.

My actual question involves fixing the back of my hair. The front always curls nicely and gets cute little bouncy curlies, but the back is just a huge frizzy mess. the top layers always look a big old mat sitting on top of what could be pretty curls buried way underneath. Usually, I just squeeze the water out with an old t-shirt when I get out of the shower. I'll run product through and scrunch, but somehow it always gets crazy frizzy in the back. I want to try and fix it, but I don't want to touch it more than absolutely necessary.

How are you guys fixing your curly hair? How do you make the back look as nice as the front?

Thanks!
have you tried applying more product in the back?
I have the same problem and I was going to try using a different product. My hair in the back needs more hold than the curls in front.
I am a 3c reformed product junkie thanks to the economy.

I lurk a lot, I change my hair color a lot. It's currently black and bsl when wet and beyond my shoulders still when dry.

Now I will stop procrastinating and get back to what I was supposed to be doing before I got on here.

Any questions?
I think more product might help, too. I always seemed to have some fluffy areas in the back until I changed the way I put in gel and the amount I used. I now smooth a blob over the canopy/top layer all the way to the ends. I then part the canopy out of the way, divide the back in two and use a blob on each part. I then flip my hair over, rake through a blob and finally scrunch a blob in. Then I scrunch the hair upside down with a micro fiber towel, flip it back, clip the top/front and let it dry. Then I scrunch out the crunch. I never have those frizzy patches in the back anymore.
Maudie

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