How To Manage Frizzy Hair
Managing frizzy hair isn't always easy, but it is doable! In this article, we'll provide some tips on how you can manage frizzy hair.
Brush your hair properly
Brushing your hair the wrong way, especially with the wrong brush, can not only worsen already frizzy hair but can also cause frizz on otherwise smooth hair.
How do you brush your hair properly to manage frizzy hair? First, pick a hairbrush suitable for your own strands. Next, make sure that your hair is completely dry before brushing. Wet hair is more vulnerable so it's a lot more prone to getting damaged. Also, don't forget to use gentle strokes only and not tug on your hair if it's tangled.
Regularly condition your hair
If you're suffering from frizzy hair, the best you can do is to help nourish and moisturize it. Frizzy hair is worsened by humid weather, which means that you shouldn't let your hair go dry if you live in such a climate.
By regularly conditioning your hair, you're letting all that much-needed moisture seep into your strands and nourish them from the inside. That's the kind of nourishment you need when you have frizzy hair!
Moisturize your ends
If you've ever gotten tangles due to dry ends, you'll know that they're the hardest tangles to brush out. It's pretty much impossible to detangle tangled dry hair without breaking at least a few strands.
Managing frizzy hair properly involves taking care of your dry ends. To do so, make sure to add some moisturizing oil to your ends to prevent getting them damaged.
Don't use high-heat on your strands
Heat is never good on your strands, even more so if you have frizzy hair. In fact, if you really want to manage your frizzy hair properly, your best bet would be to avoid using heat at all. That means avoiding the use of tools like straightening irons, curling wands, and the like.
However, this is real life, and we know how much those tools are needed in your daily life, especially if you're a working girl living the corporate life. If that's the case, make sure to always use your tools only on the low-heat setting. This will at least mitigate the potential damages caused to your hair by the hot tools.
Tie your hair in a ponytail
Not all of us enjoy having our hair in a ponytail, but if you want to manage frizzy hair, you have to learn how to live with it, too.
Putting your hair in a ponytail helps avoid the frizz since you're shielding it from the hot and humid air. It also helps avoid tangles, which means that you'll be less likely to sustain damages caused by frizzy hair.
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