I have a problem with my hair. I dont really like it because it poofs so much how can decrease it?

I think my hair is 3c but i am not sure.

5 Answers

it sounds like you live in a humid climate and your hair is frizzing a lot. Find products with anti-humectants to keep your curls in place on humid days. 
Mine is poofy, too. What works best for me is checking product labels on my stylers-- if the first 3 or 4 ingredients are glycerin, honey, sugars, or propylene glycol (humectants that attract moisture from the air), I avoid those. I also do the LCO method: leave in, cream, then seal with an oil or oil based pomade (love Jane Carter Nourish & Shine!) to seal in moisture but block out as much humidity from the atmosphere as possible. Nothing makes it totally poof-free, so rock it because many would die for your lovely hair just as it is!
Mine is poofy, too. What works best for me is checking product labels on my stylers-- if the first 3 or 4 ingredients are glycerin, honey, sugars, or propylene glycol (humectants that attract moisture from the air), I avoid those. I also do the LCO method: leave in, cream, then seal with an oil or oil based pomade (love Jane Carter Nourish & Shine!) to seal in moisture but block out as much humidity from the atmosphere as possible. Nothing makes it totally poof-free, so rock it because many would die for your lovely hair just as it is!
Mine is poofy, too. What works best for me is checking product labels on my stylers-- if the first 3 or 4 ingredients are glycerin, honey, sugars, or propylene glycol (humectants that attract moisture from the air), I avoid those. I also do the LCO method: leave in, cream, then seal with an oil or oil based pomade (love Jane Carter Nourish & Shine!) to seal in moisture but block out as much humidity from the atmosphere as possible. Nothing makes it totally poof-free, so rock it because many would die for your lovely hair just as it is!
Mine is poofy, too. What works best for me is checking product labels on my stylers-- if the first 3 or 4 ingredients are glycerin, honey, sugars, or propylene glycol (humectants that attract moisture from the air), I avoid those. I also do the LCO method: leave in, cream, then seal with an oil or oil based pomade (love Jane Carter Nourish & Shine!) to seal in moisture but block out as much humidity from the atmosphere as possible. Nothing makes it totally poof-free, so rock it because many would die for your lovely hair just as it is!