Whether you call them baby hairs, wispies, or cowlicks, those thin and short hairs that surround your forehead or part line are a pain the butt. For those of you who are lucky enough to not have them, make sure you thank the genetics God each and every night. For those of you who are like me and struggle with these annoyances, I’ve found a few solutions that help tame the little beasts. Here are my tips on how to tame baby hairs.
Below are a few products to help you learn how to tame baby hairs.
I’ve written about my love for this product before, as it has multiple uses. I use my Covergirl Professional Natural Lash Clear Mascara as a mascara, a brow tamer and now something to help with my frizzies. The formula is clear and not sticky, and the mascara wand applicator is perfect for small areas like the inch or two of baby hairs around my hairline. After styling my hair, I just apply a little of the mascara (which is basically a lighter version of hair gel) with the wand and it keeps the hairs at bay.
Heavy duty hairspray & an old toothbrush
I find this to be a quick fix or flyaways on the top of my head, so it can easily be used on your baby hairs as well. Just spray some of your favorite hairspray (I recommend L’Oreal Paris Elnett Extra StrongHold Hairspray) directly onto an old, clean toothbrush and brush the hairs in the direction you want them to stay.
I use this cream on dry hair mainly to tame any frizzy ends or make my curls/layers appear more “piece-y”. However, in a pinch I spread some between my hands and use it on the frizzy hairs around my part or forehead hairs. I find that if you use too much it can appear wet and greasy, so I only apply a minimal amount. Bonus: it smells good.
Pomades, waxes and gels can generally help keep down those pesky hairs as well. I suggest Carol’s Daughter Macadamia Hold & Control Smoother or Not Your Mother’s Smooth Moves Frizz Control Cream.