How to treat frizzy hair

We’ve all faced our share of bad hair days due to untamed frizzy hair. But while it can be a threat, frizz isn’t unmanageable. Here are some effective ways to reduce frizz and enjoy smooth hair all the time:

Mitigate chemicals:

The best chance of taming frizzy hair starts at home. Over-shampooing leads to damage and drying out of your hair; remember that even your hair needs a break. It’s time to ditch your harsh chemical hair products for nourishing, more organic alternatives. Opt for a hydrating sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner to avoid frizz. Be sure to look for products with moisturizing ingredients like glycerin that aren’t too chemically concentrated.


Lower the temperature:

Who doesn’t love a long hot shower? But alas, most things in life are not free. So to get good results, opt for cold showers, which can do wonders for your frizzy hair. Okay, it’s not the most pleasant thing, but a cold shower can add massive shine and help tame flyaways. Cold water helps close the hair cuticle, preventing breakage from damage.

Invest in hair products:

Hair serums and masks provide lasting benefits for your hair. While the silicon content in hair serum reduces friction and improves circulation to your hair, hair masks provide a deep conditioning treatment to soften and hydrate hair. Using the right products for your hair type can be a game changer.

Dry your hair well:

Instead of aggressively drying your hair, you should pat it dry with a microfiber towel or cotton t-shirt to reduce frizz and hair loss. A microfiber towel provides minimal friction while gently drying your hair. Avoid running your fingers through your hair until it’s dry.

Silk pillowcase:

If you still find that your hair is frizzy the next day, the problem is much closer than it seems. Ditch your cotton pillowcase and switch to a silk pillowcase because not only does it preserve your hair’s natural oils, it also reduces friction.

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Melissa R. Brumfield