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Embrace the Frizz! 5 Hairstyles to Work with What You've Got

Frizzy Hair

Embrace the Frizz! 5 Hairstyles to Work with What You've Got Embrace the Frizz! 5 Hairstyles to Work with What You've Got Embrace the Frizz! 5 Hairstyles to Work with What You've Got

No matter how hard you try to tame frizz with hair styling products, like hair creams and hair sprays, sometimes your hair just doesn’t want to cooperate. We’ve all been there. Oftentimes, flyaways somehow have a way of popping up and leaving you with a less than perfect ‘do. But who said it has to be that way? Instead of getting bummed about having a hair out of place, why not embrace it and rock a perfectly undone look? Just think about your favorite beauty bloggers and celebs—if they can let their added texture work for them, we think you should give it a chance too! You just have to know which styles will work with your frizzy hair—not against it. Below, find five chic hairstyles that fit the bill.


Instead of dreading that your hairstyle will get ruined as soon as you step outdoors into the humid air, why not let the weather work for you? The next time there’s rain in the forecast, put your heat tools down. Instead, spritz the L’Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle AIR DRY IT Wave Swept Spray onto damp strands, braid your hair, and undo the braid once your hair has dried.


Like the name suggests, this hairstyle is meant to be messy. Sweet! What better way to nail the look than to start with frizzy hair? And the more texture your hair has, the bigger your messy bun will look—nothing to complain about there. To give your hair a bit of a refresher before tying it up, spray the L’Oréal Paris Hair Expert Extraordinary Clay Dry Shampoo onto oily roots and lightly throughout the rest of your hair, then brush through. Next, pull your hair into a high teardrop bun. Be sure to conceal your hair tie with the ends that are sticking out. For added flair, you can even braid the ends for a touch more style.


The ‘80s called, and they want their hair back. Just kidding! Now is as good a time as any to embrace a hairstyle revival. Frizz plays a huge role in big hairstyles from the past and with the ‘80s and ‘90s constantly reappearing in modern day fashion and beauty looks, it’s time to set your frizzy hair free. If you have naturally curly hair, all you have to do is run a brush through your curls to loosen them up a bit. If you have straight frizzy hair but want the look of curls, simply spray your tresses with a heat protectant, like the L’Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle BLOW DRY IT Quick Dry Primer Spray, then curl your locks with an iron or wand. Once you’re done, run a wide tooth comb through your spirals and voila!


When it comes to braids, frizz is pretty much a lifesaver. The more frizz you have, the more textured your hair will look—and the bigger your braids will appear. And since effortlessly messy braids are the name of the game these days, you won’t have to do as much work because your braids will be naturally mussed up already. So, French, Dutch, fishtail, or classic three-strand—no matter what you choose, it will end up looking totally on trend. We don’t blame you if you’re compelled to snap a few selfies.


Ever wonder how some women seem to be able to pull off messy ponytails so easily? No, it doesn’t take much skill—but it does take a good amount of frizz! To get this coveted look, add an egg-sized dollop of the L’Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle AIR DRY IT Ruffled Body Mousse to your roots while your hair is damp. This will help enhance your hair’s natural shape. Let your hair air dry, then pull it into a high ponytail and tease your product-free ends with a fine-tooth comb. The more you tease your pony, the more bedhead-y volume it will have. Frizz, FTW!

Loving these messy, imperfect looks? There’s more where that came from! Next, check out our article, Perfectly Imperfect: 9 Low-Maintenance Undone Hairstyles.