I am working with an individual that uses a flat iron for her basic hair readiness routine. Frizzies are noticed at several different layers of her shoulder-length hair, the front, top of the crown, back of the neck, and at the end. What exactly are the frizzies? Is it hair that has been damaged, or is it, like she assumes, new hair growing at different layers.
To me, it looks like the hair shaft has been burnt at the various levels of where the flat iron has been applied. In getting a history from her, she states that she feels the flat iron is needed to calm down the frizzies. I will state she is a blonde and I believe a great candidate for tin peptides. What say you on the matter?