Five Do’s And Don’ts To Help You Control Your Frizzy Hair

Regardless of our hair type, curly, straight, or wavy, we all want our hair to be healthy, smooth, and beautiful. We spend hundreds of dollars on hair care products and salon services, and still, somehow, our hair gets frizzy. This fuzz and flyaway hair make our hair look utterly messed up.

Frizz also damages our hair texture, due to which long hair gets tangled, and natural hair looks dry and rough. To overcome this issue, we have listed five do’s and don’ts that will help you control your frizzy hair and regain smoothness and shine.

Let us begin with Do’s

Do rethink your cleansing regimen.

What shampoo do you use? And does it leave your hair dry rough? Ask yourself these questions, and if the answer is yes, you need to consider changing your hair care product. You need a shampoo that cleans your hair and scalp and provides nourishment making it soft and supple after wash. Also, skip a day or two in-between hair wash to let your hair’s natural moisture protect its strands from dryness, which causes frizz.

Cleansing conditioner can be your alternative for a shampoo, either as a permanent or occasionally. Cleansing conditioners act gently on your hair; its low-lathering formulas clean and condition your hair in one go without taking away the moisture from your hair.

Do use a leave-in conditioning spray for frizz-free hair.

Say you are running late and do not have enough time for your usual haircare routine to protect your hair from frizz. Well, leave-ins are the solution for you. It is the best way you can prevent frizziness all day long. Just spray it on your towel-dried hair before styling and forget about hair problems.

Do a deep-conditioning treatment every once a week.

There should be at least one day in a week where you give undivided attention to your hair. Deep conditioning your hair provides much-needed nourishment and strength also keeps your hair moisturized and supple, ensuring shiny, silky, and healthy hair.

Now, let’s look at the Don’ts.

Don’t rub your hair against your towel.

Rubbing your hair against a towel is like washing delicate silk fabrics in a washing machine. That’s why you should avoid doing it because when you rub your hair against a towel, the cuticle gets rough, which leads to frizziness. Instead, it would help if you let your hair air dry naturally or pat dry hair squeezing the excess water.

Don’t raise the temperature of your heating tools.

Women mostly blow dry their hair after coming out of the shower to save time but treating hair with a heating product causes a lot of damage making hair dry, dull, and prone to breakage. 

Experts recommend minimal usage of heating devices; they promote the idea of letting your hair air dry naturally or at least let them dry 50%, then use blow-dry on a more relaxed setting to avoid heat damage.

While styling your hair with heating devices like flat irons and curling irons, keep the temperature as low as possible to prevent hair damage.

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