Get Rid of Flyaways

By Aniela / July 24, 2007

It's true that there are a hundred different ways to get rid of flyaways, but those one hundred ways may not work for most people, because let's face it-flyaways just won't seem to go away no matter what you do! So you've spent tons of dough on the latest and greatest products, but your hair just ended up looking greasy!

So here is a trick that I learned that you can try to get rid of flyaways. It might or it might not work for you, but all I know is that it worked for me, and now there's nothing else that I would use!

First off, get a natural bristle brow brush (most of you probably already have one), but if you don't go to the store and buy one, they're very cheap. Take the brow brush and mist it with hair spray. In a slow, and gentle move, rake the brush along your hair part as well as any face-framing pieces that need taming.

This trick works wonderfully because the tiny bristles of the brush attack the flyaways very fast, and the hairspray sets them in place. Now that you know the secret to taming unruly hair, go out and try it- it just might work for you too!

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14 years ago

I’ve been having problems with flyaways all winter. I bought lots of products but nothing seemed to tame the flyaways…until now. Thanks a million. You really helped me.