We keep it mostly straight, don't have energy to try something out as it will not last. It flys in the wind like feathers and is sometimes even lifeless. I could cry, but there are some tricks. We stylists have tried out many shampoos on clients and on ourselves and I struck lucky. I have one which is cristal clear and it really washes well, volumnises and gives a healthy strong look.
AND ANOTHER TRICK
These days some companies came up with the idea for scalp srubs if poeple which have difficulties with dandruff for example. But finer srubs can help to further clean and volumnise hair as well. You simply can use one for your face! But as it is then difficult to comb it, espechially after the washing when your hair is wet. Blow dry it dry and then comb it with a brush not with a comb!!
Then you do the styling
Use a middle large round brush. Blow dry large curls into it and spray each strand with a good hairspray.
Of course you can work a curling spray into you hair at the start. But be careful here that it not acts like a glue and makes blow drying difficult. Then roll your strands up and clamp them tied. And leave it on during the time you put your make up on.
And the last trick is?
Use a headscarve when it is windy, or an umbrella when it rains and show off your hair-craft at a party or dinner.