4 ways to stop frizzy hair in winter rain and cold weather

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If you’ve spent hours drying, straightening or straightening your hair only the minute you step outside and see all your hard work disappear in a whiff of frizz, then you’ll know that the wet, cold and rainy weather of the winter, is not the friend of your hair.

We caught up with celebrity hairstylist Kieran Tudor, Remington Ambassador, to find out his top tips for avoiding frizz.

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1.Treat frizz in the prep process

    Frizz is a problem we often try to combat once it happens, but it’s much more effective to prepare your hair for the outside world with the right ingredients.

    “Use oils on wet hair to decrease its frizz factor,” says Kieran.

    2.Fight the damage

    “Regardless of your hair type, damaged hair tends to be more frizzy,” says Kieran. So anything you can do to reduce the damage is a bonus because it will help your hair stay smoother. This can include using less bleach, constantly spraying strands with protective spray when straightening or blow-drying, and choosing less harsh heated stylers.

    3. Cover it fast

    Once your hair hits the peak of frizz, you may think the only way to rectify the situation is to wash your hair and start all over again. However, for quick concealment, Kieran recommends smoothing the top coat with a hot brush. “Lift from the root and gently roll the brush through the hair,” he says. “It will hide some of the frizz underneath and give your style an instant boost.” The Remington Keratin Protect Volume & Smooth Heated Brush performed well with our GHI testers.

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    4. Just add moisture

    “Don’t be afraid to over-hydrate frizzy hair,” says Carolyn Aronson, founder of the It’s a 10 brand. “Just like your skin and your body, your hair needs hydration to stay healthy! We know that we need to drink plenty of water and use moisturizers for our skin – so why should our hair be any different?”

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    Melissa R. Brumfield