Q: When getting my frizzy hair cut, what should I look for?
A: The basic hair cutting rule enforced on frizzy hair is: No razor or slide cutting. These cutting techniques only make hair more frizzy. For coarse and frizzy hair, layer cutting is the best bet. For fine hair, a clean bulk cut is successful.
Q: What kind of cut is good for curly hair?
A: Curly hair needs to be layered in order to bring out the natural style. Different types of curls and layers create great style and movement. (Check-out the photo for a better idea.)
Q: I have extremely frizzy hair. Does short hair work on frizzy heads like mine?
A: Usually not. Short cuts on frizzy heads make hair big and very difficult to control.
Q: I had my hair layered and razor cut. Now my hair is a frizz nightmare. What can I do?
A: Get a clean cut immediately, removing the razor cut and then grow your hair out.
Q: My hair is really strong and thick. Is there any haircut available to make it different?
A: Get a few layers and add texture to the ends with scissors. This cut should allow more bounce and movement.
Q: I had my hair TR processed. What’s the best cut for me?
A: Keep it one length and avoid layers. This cut will help the ends maintain that silky smooth feel and make it easier for you to style.
About the Author: Kristen LemKristen is a Hair and Beauty Product Writer and Specialist for popular brands including FHI, Crede, Yuko System, Paul Mitchell, Redken, ISH Ionic Rescue, Alterna and more