Best Ways to Fight Frizzy Hair

Frizzy hair can instantly ruin your hair do. When frizz shows up, there is no way to ignore it. Women with curly hair know this problem all too well. Frizzy can be a tough problem to solve since it can be caused by a variety of reasons. Sometimes, it is caused by a lack of moisture. Sometimes, heat and humidity levels are to blame.

No matter what the reason is, there are plenty of ways to fight frizzy hair. Here are some of them.

pexels-photo-567952Use sulfate-free shampoo

Sulfate is the most commonly used compound in shampoos. Sulfates are responsible for the foaming lather that we often associate with being clean. But if your hair is dry, you may want to exclude sulphates from your routine. Why? Because it can dry out your hair.

When buying shampoo, look for products that are sulfate-free and high in glycerine. This will not only add moisture to your hair, it will also block outside moisture from getting in; thus, preventing frizz.

Don’t skip conditioner

Chemical treatments, daily styling and the use of hair care products can dry out your hair. It is important to condition your hair regularly to keep it moisturized. However, some people are hesitant to apply conditioner as they are worried that it will lead to oily and greasy hair.

Lack of moisture is one of the most common causes of frizz. Unless you have extremely fine hair, we suggest that you load up conditioner every time you wash your hair. This will not only keep your hair soft and manageable, it will also fight frizzy hair.

Blot hair with a microfiber towel or an old shirt

Fighting frizz starts as soon as you get out of the shower. If you’re air-drying your hair, avoid rubbing your hair with a regular towel. This will not only damage your locks, it can also cause frizz. To avoid this problem, we recommend that you use a microfiber towel or an old shirt when drying your hair. Gently squeeze your hair with any of these materials to get rid of excess moisture. Do not rub.

Sleep on silk

Some people choose to wash their hair at night to cut down the morning styling session in half. But the problem is that they usually wake up with messy hair.

If you want to wake up with better hair, we highly recommend that you sleep on a silk pillow. If you don’t have a silk pillow case, then get a silk scarf and wrap it around your hair. Unlike cotton, silk will run smoothly against your hair while you toss in your sleep.

 

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