7 Ways to Get Rid of Frizzy Hair

7 Ways to Get Rid Of Frizzy Hair

Nothing ruins a grown girl’s mood like a bad hair day. For some reason, this atrocity only takes place on days when you are supposed to go out for an interview or to meet someone you have wanted to meet for a few years. Be it the humid weather outside, or the lack of hair care routine we got you covered with a number of tips and tricks that you can do easily at home to get frizz free hair any day of the week you like!

  1. Use Organic/Natural Shampoos

Genuine organic/natural shampoos contain essential nutrients that keep your hair healthy.

  1. Use The Right Hair Brush

Until two years back, I was unaware of the fact that there is a different kind of bush for untangling hair, another one for styling and blow drying and a completely different one for curly hair. We get that blow out hair look because most of us are using the wrong brush in our hair. The easiest way out of ‘which brush to use when’, use a simple wooden comb to untangle your hair. Most hairstylists suggest that before washing your hair untangle your hair because it prevents breakage. If you have curly hair refrain from using brushes with metal bristles because they cause friction and your hair frizzy. Instead use a wooden comb.

  1. Use A Hydrating Conditioner

Our hair gets frizzy because the moisture in our hair is lost to the environment, be it due to humidity or heat there is nothing a hydrating conditioner cannot undo. Using an oil enriched conditioner in copious and generous amounts can minimize the frizz after hair wash.

It is advisable that you opt for natural hair products instead of chemically manufactured ones.

  1. Say Goodbye to Hot Showers

Washing your hair under hot water can cause dandruff and also dry out your scalp leaving behind dead flaky skin and frizzy hair. So, if you want to have nice luscious frizz free hair then you have to give up on hot showers.

  1. Use Paper Towels

Paper towels are a great option for drying out hair after a good hair wash. Rubbing off hair with bristled towels can damage the natural texture of your hair, and leave behind dry dull and frizzy hair. Opt for paper towels that you can use to squeeze excess water from the tips and lengths of hair and then use an old T-shirt to dry out your hair but never rub your hair – never. 

  1. Make Heat Protectants Your New Friend

Always use heat protectant lotions or mousse to protect your hair from heat when styling your hair.

  1. Choose The Right Hair Cut

Cutting out the dead ends, and getting rid of unhealthy tips will leave behind only healthy hair. So, time to take a trip to the hairdresser?

 

Follow these 7 steps to have frizz free days without timing your hair wash. Make every day a good hair day!