Your hair has decided to try a new look as a cloud of frizz, and it forgot to ask you for permission.
How You Got Here:
There is something in the air, and it’s not holiday spirit. Frizzy hair is usually drier so it will absorb a lot of moisture when it’s raining or humid outside.
3 Solutions for Frizzy Hair
- Lock in Smoothness.
Apply a pea-sized amount of smoothing serum to your damp hair using your fingers. Concentrate a bit more of the product on any areas prone to fly-aways as well as on the ends of the hair shafts, where dryness can occur. By doing this, you are using the serum help lock out moisture throughout the day (so your hair doesn’t absorb it).
- Air-Dry with Style
Gently pull your hair back in a braid while it’s still a little damp and let it dry. The style creates tension to help the top of your hair dry straighter. Let it loose when completely dry to enjoy beautiful waves.
- Prevent the Frizz
Caring for your hair the right way will help you prevent frizz long-term. Try these top tips for washing, conditioning, and brushing your way to frizz-freedom:
Wash your hair with a moisturizing shampoo. Frizzy hair is exacerbated by dryness, so it’s important to keep your hair hydrated. For best results, use a nourishing shampoo that is specially designed for frizzy hair. Use shampoo very lightly on the lengths and ends of your hair to preserve some of the natural oils in your hair.
Conditioner will also help tame your hair. Opt for a moisturizing conditioner, since it will be heavier and help weigh down those fly-aways. Focus use on the lengths and ends where hair is dryer. If your hair is wavy, brush it gently while still damp. Brushing dry, wavy hair will create frizz.