Whilst cutting your hair short can be freeing (and so trendy!), it can also be a challenge to work with. From flyaways to poofy textures, there’s a lot that needs to be dealt with. Luckily, there are some incredible products out there that can make a difference! Read on to learn about them.
1. Kérastase Bain Fluidealiste Shampoo
If frizzy hair is your main issue, turn to this sulfate-free shampoo. Not only will it cleanse your scalp effectively, but will also nourish and smoothen your locks.
2. Moroccanoil Treatment Light
This lightweight treatment is ideal for those with shorter locks as it won’t weigh your hair down. Infused with argan oil and vitamins, it works to tamp down any flyways whilst adding shine to your tresses. Use it on damp hair as a styling product or mix a few drops in with your conditioner if your hair is feeling particularly parched – either way, it delivers!
3. Ouai Air Dry Foam
Not a fan of hot tools? Turn to this airy mousse. Enriched with kale extract, carrot protein and panthenol, this product adds definition and moisture to your locks, whilst cutting down frizz. Plus, the notes of sandalwood, bergamot, blackberry and musk will ensure that your hair smells good throughout the day. Use a dollop on freshly washed hair and scrunch to enhance your hair’s natural texture.
4. Bumble and bumble Sumotech
Here’s a product that’s made for short hair. The unique formula (it’s a hybrid of a wax, cream and paste) helps mould your hair into shape, without making it crunchy or sticky. If you wake up with a cowlick that just won’t stay down or are aiming for a sleek look, this jar is the one to reach for.
5. Aveda Texture Tonic
On the other hand, if you want a ton of texture, spritz on this tonic. The blend of cane sugar and salt come together to create a laid-back, piecey texture that will garner all the compliments. Unlike other salt sprays, this one will never leave your strands feeling dry or dull.
Which of these are you keen on trying?
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