You Can Tame Your Frizzy Hair
Do you have frizzy hair? It’s a common hair struggle that so many women face, especially as the weather gets warmer and the humidity increases. The summer is great because of the warmer weather, but when you have frizzy hair it also tends to mean more frizz. Before you get discouraged, we want you to know that you can tame your frizzy hair. Really-you can! We know you probably don’t believe us, but we found some great tips that have been found to help tame frizzy hair and we’re sharing them with you so you can start to fight the frizz.
Don’t Wash Your Hair Too Often
If you’re someone who has frizzy hair, you need to make sure you’re keeping as much moisture and natural oils in your locks as possible. The thing about washing your hair is it tends to strip our hair of that moisture and natural oil. See where we’re going here? Yep, this means that you need to back off on how often you’re actually washing your hair. Experts suggest that no one should need to wash their hair more than 2-3 times per week. Back off on how often you’re washing your hair to give your locks a chance to fully adapt to their natural oils and moisture. Because the more moisture and oils in your hair…the less frizz!
Add More Moisture
Continuing on the importance of moisture, washing your hair and using a quality conditioning product when doing so simply isn’t enough to give your hair the necessary moisture to tame the frizzy locks. So what’s a girl to do? Add more moisture throughout your weekly hair care routine. One of the best ways to do that is to make it a routine to apply a deep conditioning treatment to your hair on a weekly basis. Deep conditioning treatments are great for giving your hair an added boost of moisture between washes, and give your hair more moisture in a way that you’re not able to achieve from using your regular conditioning products.
Don’t Rub Your Hair with a Towel
We get it, it’s a habit to rub your hair with a towel when you get out of the shower. The problem with that is it damages their hair and can cause more frizz to appear. Instead of rubbing, experts suggest you gently squeeze hair and allow to air dry as much as possible to fight and resist frizz.
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