Ladies, let’s face it. Next few months are that time of the year when your hair is going to turn into a complete nightmare due to the hot and humid weather. Taking cue from the weather, your hair is likely to turn frizzy, unmanageable and complex compelling you to look for ways to tame them. No worries though, as we bring easy fixes to prevent frizz and flyways this season.
Use hair mask
Frizzy hair can be dull and difficult to manage. The main cause for frizzy hair is lack of moisture that needs to be restored into your scalp in order to get rid of the unmanageable hair. Hair masks can be really effective when you are looking for ways to tone down the unwanted frizz in your hair. And if you do not want to go hunting for chemical based frizz fighters, you can easily whip up effective hair masks using ingredients in your kitchen.
Stop wrapping hair in towel
Ditch that favourite towel of yours when you want to dry your hair. Squeeze excess water from wet hair and avoid wringing or rubbing your hair with a towel as this creates friction, breakage and split ends. Using microfiber towel or an old t-shirt can also be helpful in absorbing excess water.
If frizzy hair is driving you nuts and you want it under control then make it a point to use a good conditioner every time you shampoo your hair. Dry scalp or unhealthy hair that leads to frizzy hair can be taken care of by lot of moisture. One of the secrets to shiny hair begins in the shower that includes less number of days of shampooing and regular use of conditioning your hair.
Don’t let the frizz in your hair ruin your day! Simply discipline the frizzy hair with a medium round brush instead of using large round brushes. Small round brush for shorter hair is also fine.
Snip it, regularly
Don’t skip trimming and haircuts. After every 6-8 weeks, the ends to be trimmed as split ends are a big factor in frizz problems. Frizzy hair that tends to absorb less water often leads to split ends and breakage that stalls the natural growth of hair.
So go ahead and use these simple tools to end your fight with frizzy hair this humid weather.
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