Cursed with frizzy hair? Not anymore. The newest trend is all about embracing the frizz, instead of fighting it
Ever notice there are a ton of words out there that make most of us cringe? Some of them are valid like "speeding ticket" (no silver lining there), but certain innocent words get a bad rap, too. Case in point:
• Mondays: Are Mondays really inherently that bad? Labor day, MLK Jr. day, your birthday once every 7 years ... a lot of good stuff happens on Mondays.
• Brussels Sprouts: Have you ever tried roasted Brussels sprouts with bacon? Delish.
• Frizzy Hair: Frizzy hair is typically considered undesirable, but some frizz can give your hair body and texture -- both good things. It's time to embrace the frizz.
Click here to see our roundup of pretty, frizzy hair.
As beauty editors, we're always talking about how to combat frizzy hair. But recently, we've fallen in love with leaving a few frizzies untamed. (Who thought we'd ever say that?) Here's why: Frizzy doesn't always look slovenly and unkempt. It can actually be really gorgeous, romantic, and runway-worthy. If you don't believe us, keep clicking -- we have the pics to prove it. Plus, frizzy hair is all about that too cool for school attitude/looking chic without ever seeming like you're actually trying.
Before we dive into the how-tos, here are two quick tips for getting a bit of frizz if you don't come by it naturally or have access to hair products. Los Angeles-based celebrity hairstylist Jonathon Mason of Artists by Timothy Priano suggests you either rub a balloon against your head or rub the palm of your hand in circles against your head. You may feel silly doing it, but it's a quick way to get a touch of frizz.
Ready for a frizz fest? Keep clicking.
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