Frizzy hair, although extremely annoying and unfortunate, is a fairly common hair concern that many women face. We have all had those moments when our hair went all Hermione Granger on us when we were least expecting it.
If this scenario of frizzy hair is all too familiar to you, and you’re wondering how to deal with it, we’ve got your back. Here’s an ultimate guide that will help you deal with frizzy hair like a pro...
- Restrict your shampoo usage
- Never forget to condition
- Limit brushing your hair
- Try anti-frizz serums
- Mask it well
Restrict your shampoo usage
The lesser number of times you wash your hair, the less frizzy your hair will be. This is especially true if you have fine hair that's prone to flyaways. Do not vigorously rub the hair and always give your hair a cold water rinse after the conditioner for a smooth hair.
Never forget to condition
Never underestimate the power of a hair conditioner. It helps keep the cuticle hydrated so that moisture can sink deep into each hair strand. Look for conditioners with hydrating ingredients such as aloe vera, glycerine and shea butter for extra nourishment.
Limit brushing your hair
If you think brushing your hair makes them look smoother, then you’re highly mistaken. Over-brushing can damage the ends and cause them to frizz. Brush your hair maximum twice a day preferably with a boar-bristled brush to prevent frizz and hair breakage.
Try anti-frizz serums
Applying a little bit of an anti-frizz serum after shampooing and conditioning your hair provides a deeper level of hydration. This helps keep the flyaways under check so that your hair looks smooth and manageable all day long.
Mask it well
While it is important to condition your hair after every wash, treating your hair to a moisturising and hydrating hair mask once a week is equally important to control frizz. Get your hands on the Toni&Guy Damaged Repair Reconstruction Hair Mask that promises to give deep conditioning to your frizzy tresses, leaving them soft and nourished.