Only those with frizz in their hair know the envy of seeing someone with manageable, docile hair. Why can’t we have a hair like that? Imagine all the possibilities, all the styles we could try, but no, we have frizz, we cannot.
Fortunately for us, not everything is lost. We can still get that look that we’re looking forward to and all we have to do is implement new practices for when we take care of our hair.
How to control hair with frizz?
We can use and test the following techniques to control our frizz in order to show off our hair without restrictions or fears.
Moisturizing Shampoo: Using a shampoo that hydrates and repairs our hair will make it better suited to the moisture outside, which tends to cause frizz. That said, the shampoo should be limited to being used once every two days, and even less, to let natural hair oils improve the condition of the scalp.
Moisturizing Conditioner: If your hair has frizz, you can’t leave out the conditioner. Many conditioners have dimethicone, which is a type of silicone known for covering the hair, conditioning it and giving it a great shine. Let your conditioner work for at least five minutes before rinsing. Then, be sure to occasionally use some clarifying shampoo to get rid of any remaining buildup.
Serum: Silicone also exists in styling serums that can do wonders for even the most uncontrollable hair. Apply them when your hair is clean and damp to facilitate absorption. If you use it when your hair is dry, it may make it oily, so be careful with that.
Hair dryer: Although applying heat with the blow dryer frequently can in the long run damage our hair, it can also reduce frizz. But be careful, if you let the hair air dry, it may absorb moisture and that also causes frizz, so be sure to use the blow dryer until the hair is completely dry.
A good brushing: A brush that works phenomenally on frizzy hair is the bristle brush, as it softens and straightens it. It also adds a little volume. It is a good idea to use this brush after using the hair dryer.
Oils: A weekly treatment of oils, such as Jojoba oil, can make the cuticle stronger, and this will help to make frizz less frequent.
Hair Sprays: Rebellious hair can be “soothing” by using an anti-frizz spray. A little bit where it’s needed