A Year After Rebonding?

I have rebond my hair once a year for the past few years. I can't just cut it without re-bonding, because then my hair becomes frizzy at the place where I tie my hair.

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I really want to break out of this rebonding cycle. I just want to cut my hair without having to worry about the permanent zig zag mark; it doesn't go away after I wash my hair. Please help.

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December 6, 20170 found this helpful

Is cutting it short an option, then letting it grow to the length you want?
Can it be straightened to get rid of the zig-zag?

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December 7, 20170 found this helpful

You need to make a decision. You may have to flat iron your hair to get rid of frizz

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