tr4sh_b0y 4/29/2022 06:39 am 711

how the hell do you get your hair to stay fluffy mine flattens out before 10 pm and it's so annoying (i have really hard to manage hair from my grandmother sadly its a mix of curly-straight but in a weird greasy way kao cry)

Edit: To the people saying stuff about your naturally curly hair don't bother it's rude tbh i can't control the type of hair I have nah

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May 2, 2022 9:03 am

@Mush_bRainz: ayee tyty ill try this when i get some free time :] /gen

May 2, 2022 9:02 am

put hair spray in, wait until its almost dry the sort use your hand to stand it up, it can get like spiky if you do so so if you don't want that just comb it out, comb don't brush

May 2, 2022 8:57 am

@DiRTY_EM0_: Shhh don't lie to yourself, but, atleast your gonna get a swag haircut i wanna get a reverse hime kao cry

May 2, 2022 7:27 am

my hair aint fluffy i fake it lmao im hella ugly without hair in my face imma get the emo cut soon tho LOL

May 2, 2022 6:48 am

i just brush mine when dry but tbh i have insanely curly hair

May 2, 2022 6:44 am

i have naturaly curly hair then i just brush it out

Apr 30, 2022 10:45 am

Well usually after I take a shower I will blow dry my hair with my head upside down, but leave it slightly wet and sleep with it wet. I find that it makes mine both fluffy and wavey

Apr 30, 2022 6:21 am

help mine is just like that i have zero ide

Apr 30, 2022 12:57 am

i guess it depends on the thickness ?? my hair is SUPER thick (i have the thickest hair in my family i think) and it's also fairly wavy / curly, so it's always fluffy and sometimes static-y depending on the season/day/weather for at least a day or two after it's freshly washed - but then it just becomes greasy lol.

i just wash using shampoo (prell usually, because of how greasy my hair can get and because i have dandruff) and then i rub my hair dry - not too hard tho, but enough to get the majority of the excess water out of my hair. after that, i literally just let it air dry - not only is it easiest for me, but also just because it's the healthiest thing to do for your hair !! after that, i just brush it out. ^___^

Apr 29, 2022 9:57 pm

honestly it gets insanely fluffly when i put it in those hair towels after a shower