Sometimes the hair just doesn't want the way we'd like it to. And the reason for this is usually innate: Small nasty vortices ensure that the hair grows out of the scalp in a circle - and goes its own way.
Usually, they are the reason for badly fitting hairstyles: small nasty vortices. How to get your hair under control anyway?
If struggle with the unruly eddies sounds familiar, read on now. Because with a few tricks you can quickly get it under control.
Hairstyle plays a decisive role in the fight against eddies. They hardly stand a chance against thick, long hair and curls. Because heaviness and volume skillfully conceal the vortices. With fine, long hair, on the other hand, it may well happen that the strands around the vertebrae cannot be tamed.
With short hair, the cut must be precisely adapted to the vertebrae - in these areas it must not be too short, otherwise, they could stick out in all directions.
If you have a swirl on your forehead, it is better not to have a fringe cut. That the hair stays in the way you want it to be is almost hopeless, or it involves a lot of styling effort.
In all three cases, the professional knows advice, he will find a suitable cut for you and skillfully integrate your vertebrae into the hairstyle - maybe even a pony. It is best to inform him in advance.
Blow-dry your hair with a round brush after washing. So you can easily take the wind out of the sails of the eddy. With a styling mousse that you distribute in towel-dried hair in advance, the result will last even better.
Alternatively, you can bridle your strands over the vertebrae with a straightening iron. It is best to fasten with clips to cool down and then fix with hairspray.
You can also hide your vertebrae by gently teasing the strands around them and covering them with the top hair.
Sometimes a little dry shampoo can help. This makes the roots fuller and automatically hides light swirls of hair.