How to Avoid Wet Hair in The Winter
Been doing the curly hair method for about 12 years now. I started experimenting in 2006 and have been ever since. In 2007 I moved to Florida and the weather down there really forced me to learn to try and work with my curls. Now I've relocated to NJ and the winter and my commute are giving me a hard time with my curly hair. I have to take public transportation so I have to stand outside to wait for a bus. My commute is long so I have to wait outside early in the morning at 6:50am. With the wait outside and the cold weather wet hair is very uncomfortable for me. Diffusing makes my hair frizzy and big, it also takes me about an hour to dry my hair which I don't have in the morning. I've tried pine-appleing the night before and my hair comes out big and puffy. If I wash my hair the night before I wake up with it wet and uneven and smooshed and undefined. If I put no product in it, it comes out very puffy and frizzy. Are there any blow dryers that diffuse quickly without making your hair big and poufy? Any tips for how to have curly hair in the wintertime? Lately I've been washing my hair on Sunday and letting it air dry inside. Then come Monday it's dry but second day hair doesn't work for me so I've been tying it in a low bun for the rest of the week until the following Sunday(looks awful) when I can wash it again because it looks terrible down unless I wet all my hair. I don't like the way it looks but I'm out of ideas.
Shampoo-[/FONT][FONT="]Head and Shoulders[/FONT][FONT="]
[/FONT][FONT="]Daily Conditioner & Leave In-[/FONT][FONT="]Ouidad Curl Quencher Moisturizing Conditioner[/FONT][FONT="]
Creme-Ouidad Curl Quencher Hydrafusion Curl Cream
Deep Treatment-Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition
Highlights-Foils from the Salon[/FONT]