Styling A Mixed Hair
A mixed hair is usually found on those who are from mixed racial background and it is known to be very difficult to maintain. This type of hair struggles to lock in moisture and straightening them can strip your hair of moisture.
First wash your hair using a moisturizing shampoo and rinse out the shampoo completely. Then spread a thick, deep-conditioning hair product all over the strands from root to tip. Leave the hair conditioner to penetrate into the strands for about five minutes and rinse the hair completely. Use a towel to dry your hair and avoid rubbing the hair as can cause frizz. Comb your hair fully to remove all the tangles and spread a quarter-size dollop of smoothing cream all over your hair. Use the fingers to comb your hair to spread the product fully and evenly. Now blow-dry the hair using a comb attachment and pull the comb through one inch sections of hair. Brush the hair again to remove the tangles and secure the top layer of hair on top of the head using a hair clip. Use flat iron to straighten bottom layer and one inch sections at a time. Take the hair clip out of the hair and straighten top layer using the same method by running flat iron through one inch sections. Finally spread dime-size amount of smoothing cream all over the hair to control any excess frizz as well as add extra moisture.