Frizz, curls, and flyaways are not attractive. They are the demise of a potentially gorgeous hair. However, they are actually not as difficult to tame as they seem. Find out the ways to get rid of them and prevent them from coming back through some of these insider tips.
Although there are people who get unwanted kinks as normal as breathing, some days just won’t cut us some slack. Everyone of us can gain frizz. There are many possible causes of a frizzy hair such as frequent use of heat-styling tools and chemically treating hair on a regular basis among others. So you can successfully get rid of those frizz, you need to minimize the things you do that contributes to frizzing.
Wash your hair less often. Let the natural oils ooze out by skipping the shampoo once in awhile. Although shampooing can help get rid of the dirt, it may also strip the hair of its natural oils when done excessively. Since frizzy hair is a result of dryness, the natural oils will keep it moisturized. You will find that your hair will be less frizzy, more manageable and definitely softer.
Find a good frizz fighter. It is going to be handy especially during summers and winters when the hair easily loses moisture. Find one that suits the caliber (thickness) and curl of your hair. There are also products designed for damaged and color-treated hair. Make sure to buy good quality products. Furthermore, you can apply the product together with another product for best results.
Avoid wet hair mistakes such as brushing, sleeping, and putting product on while the hair is still wet. Wet hair has weaker hydrogen bonds so the cuticle is half-open. In effect, hair is more prone to breakage. More than that, these mistakes can result in split ends.
Split ends make hair look more frizzy. To get rid of them, get regular trims. Hit the salon at least once every six to eight weeks.
Deep conditioning is different from after-shampoo conditioning in that the former works by opening up the cuticle and moisturize the hair from within. Normal conditioning only repairs hair on the outside. Deep conditioning is especially advised on damaged hair. Deep conditioning once a month can make a lot of difference.