Friday, December 18, 2015

14 Fixes For Your Frizzy Hair Follicles

ONLY LATHER UP A FEW TIMES A WEEK.  The natural oils that accumulate are good frizz fighters. In between washes, try a dry shampoo.

DEEP CONDITION. Unless you have extremely fine hair, wash with a deep conditioner or masque each time you wash and leave in for 5 min.

DON’T TOWEL DRY.  It roughs up the hair’s cuticle so it won't lay flat. Instead, press the water out of your hair with a super absorbent microfiber towel.

PROTECT YOURSELF WITH A HEAT-PROTECTING SPRAY. Hot tools can dry out the hair and cause the hair to look frizzy and frayed.

BUY A SOUPED UP IONIC BLOW DRYER AND BOAR BRISTLE ROUND BRUSH. Together they will calm your cuticle and smooth your locks. Brushing your hair regularly will help distribute its oils.

USE A CURLING IRON around a few frizzy strands if you have naturally curly hair.

APPLY A SILICONE SERUM as it smooth’s the hair cuticle. Try before you blowdry and a little afterwards. A little goes a long way!

GO LIGHT ON THE ALCOHOL PRODUCTS like mousse and strong hairsprays as they cause the hair cuticle to blow up and dry out. 

DON'T FORGET FLYAWAYS. Spritz with a light shine spray or Aragon Oil Spray.

SPRITZ A HUMIDITY CONTROL HAIRSPRAY to lock in your style Remember to spray lightly.

LET YOUR HAIR DRY 90% OF THE WAY BEFORE YOU BLOWDRY. Too much hot air focused directly on your strands dehydrates it, making it frizzy.

DE-FRIZZ WAVY HAIR BY PUTTING IT IN A BUN AFTER ITS DRY OR DEFINING YOUR WAVES WITH A CURLING IRON. Apply the dry oil from ends to midshaft, blow-dry put it in a bun if you want looser waves define your curls with a barrel iron.

PUT PRODUCT IN YOUR HAIR PRIOR TO YOUR WORKOUT. The sodium in your perspiration can dehydrate your hair, so it's always a good idea to apply a leave-in condition to your strands before working out. 

SLEEP IN A SILK SCARF IF YOUR HAIR IS SUPER TEXTURED. To keep your cotton pillowcase from sucking up all the moisture in your hair, wrap it up at night in a bun, and then tie on a silk scarf, which will retain moisture.

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