Prep Hair Correctly
The shampoo and conditioner you use makes a huge difference in taming your curls. Always use products that state specifically they are for curly and/or frizzy hair. Never use products meant for straight hair or you will end up with a mess. If you don't prep your hair, you'll make styling extremely difficult. When you apply conditioner, ensure you leave it on for 3-5 minutes at least. Curly hair tends to be drier and the extra time lets the conditioner moisturize better.
Apply a curl shaping cream or spray onto damp curls to tame frizz while your hair air dries. Beauty experts recommend letting curly hair air dry to reduce heat damage, but if you do blow dry, always coat hair thoroughly with a heat protestant spray made for curly and/or dry hair. Only use a wide tooth comb to work through wet curls to prevent snagging which only creates frizz and flyways later. If your hair is really dry or tangled, use a small amount of leave-in conditioner. Too much conditioner will cause your curls to stick together or fall flat. Once you're ready to dry, use a diffuse on your blow dryer for more even drying and more even curls.
How do you flat iron your hair if your eleven?
What you do is use a thin comb and when you put your hair on the straightener put the comb in front of the straightener and in your hair so your brushing and straightening your hair at the same time. Viola! its thin and soft trust me- it worked for me.