I don't know where to start.
I've struggled with frizzy, poofy, thick hair my entire life - I straightened it every day in middle school (I'm now 17), but even that didn't seem to work correctly. I received a pixie cut my freshman year and decided to embrace my curly hair from that moment on, but as my hair grew out, it got continually less curly (I think I'm 2B/2C, probably more 2B) and became more frizzy and nonuniform in curling. I use the CG method mainly, with a sulfate-free shampoo once a week or so, but I don't know if it's my haircut that's weighing everything down or if my hair just isn't taking to the products/I'm not applying them correctly; I'm really at a loss here.
I doubt my hair is curly enough to benefit from a devacut, plus the closest stylist is 45 minutes away from where I live. Right now I have two distinct layers of hair - my stylist (also my mother's) cut my hair wet, so the difference in length between the two must have not seemed as drastic as it was before it dried. The longer layer comes down to my shoulder blades, and the top layer brushes my shoulders. Regardless of how a new cut would affect my hair, I'd still like to fix this - what do I do? I'd like to keep the length, more or less, but I don't know what to ask for that would solve this problem.
Mostly just have frizzy triangle head fluff right now and I'd just like some direction on where to go from here. Products/methods/anything would be welcome, and thanks in advance.
You could try adding more layers, avoiding extremely short ones. A cut could help you avoid pyramid hair. How porous is your hair? And how often do you deep condition or do some kind of deep treatments? Those always help me with frizz problems. Also, i apply my styling products to soaking wet hair; i notice a huge difference in terms of frizz or flyaways. I'm 3a, though, and low porosity, but some of this should help...
What products are you using?
Even if there aren't any devacurl stylists close to you, you can still find a stylist that is willing to cut your hair dry. It sounds like your hair would be fairly easy to cut dry, and it would make a big difference. You may have to lose some length if you want the layers more even. But generally longer layers help decrease volume.
If your hair is frizzy, generally you need more moisture! Try using more conditioner, more deep treatments, and in general you may have to upgrade some of your products. I hope that helps. :)
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