To flatten it? Sounds like you have a lot of root lift. You could try letting your hair dry naturally if it is long hair. The weight will pull down the roots and they will dry like that. If it's shorter you could try putting a big headband on your head while letting it dry naturally to push the roots down while drying. There are ways to blow-dry hair to minimize root-lift but they are very complex. If you have shorter layers under the longer layers, you will always have a problem with it not being 'flat' until it grows out. The alternative is getting a different haircut. It it is frizzy, you could consider getting a moisture treatment to smooth it down.
But, if u dont want to perm it n fear of hair damage i suggest going to your beauty supply store and buying a straightening comb or some call it ah hot comb, those work way better than a flat iron in my opinion
You can always try a straightening anti frizz shampoo and conditioner. Bedhead I heard has a good line for that. Or if you want something cheaper then try the Herbal Essences Dangerously Straight
You can get it thinned at the hair cutters, i recomend finding someone who knows what they are doing because your hair could look poofy if they do it wrong.
it doesnt damage my hair when i use it cause i use one called 'olive oil -or- Dr.Miricals, bt im trying not to get em cause im tryn the natural look lol
Yeahh like i hate it so much haha i actually have this antifrizz serum that works reallllllly well it's that garnier fructis stuff.
Well my hair is straight and I do flat iron it buuuuut that doesn't seem to be enough. haha thanks though!
lol. yeah.. my hair frizzes! lol. i hate it. and i dont think there is a way to get rid of that.):
i had a perm when i was reallllly young but i haven't had one since do they damage your hair?
idk, ah house iron, a straightning comb, bigger flat irons maybe idk a perm lol
straighten it:) lol. other than that idk. lol. use a flat iron:)
that's what i have now, but it just won't get flat..
go to the parler n get straightny
okay thanks :)
CHI FLAT IRON