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I have wavy hair i know how you feel. Never go to bed with wet hair you will wake up with a big frizzy wave poof ball of hair. Straighten your hair when dry in layers. When you have wavy or curly hair what you need to do is comb when wet and then straighten your hair after it drys. try to get flatning shampoo, brush your hair with a comb to get out all tangles and do your best with your wavy hair by straightning it alot.
Sounds like you want to make a hair mask. If your subject is on a simple back ground, go into your color channels and duplicate the one that is the darkest for the hair. Apply levels to darken even more and then fill in other non hair areas of the head and body with black. Get in close and remove any artifacting around the edges of the hair so it is clearly black and white, no grey or at least try not to have any grey.
Inverse the tones so the hair becomes white and the background black. Make a selection and use it to lift your subject off the background. If you have any fuzzy areas, you can lock the layer and clone hair into them and/or remove them with the eraser or use layer mask.