How to Deal with Frizzy Hair
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How to Deal with Frizzy Hair

Frizzy hair can be one of the most annoying appearance problems that is hard to deal with, especially on vacation. You are taking tons of pictures and you want to look great, with your smooth locks shining in the sun and just emphasizing your perfect tan. However, if you are headed somewhere where the weather is hot and the sea is just a few meters away, it is highly likely that the humidity of your holiday location will get to you and start ruining your beauty routine. Our main advice in case you are a victim of frizzy hair is simply not to care.  However, we know how a girl’s confidence and even happiness can be damaged when something as small as a pimple or frizziness appears. We also agree that your overall look improves significantly when your hairstyle is on point. If beautiful, smooth hair will be enough for you to look perfect and you will skip on the tons of makeup, we are on board! We believe that less makeup will be better for your skin, especially in the heat when your pores are so easy to be clogged, so let’s have a look at the best ways to fight frizzy hair.

First of all, you should begin with the choice you make when you are at the drugstore. Think for a second if the usual products that you use in your hair care routine are the right ones for a visit are a far more humid place. Do your research and find a good shampoo and conditioner that will provide you at least 24 hours of frizz-free control from your scalp to the ends of your hair. Cheaper brands have their anti-frizz options, as well as more expensive or natural ones. Overall, the most important thing when trying to fight frizz is not damaging the hair cuticle. Great DIY products for frizz-free hair can be very useful and save you some money. Use coconut oil before washing your hair to make it healthier and more manageable. Another DIY recipe is mixing an egg, some mayonnaise and honey. Not only will your hair become softer and silky, but also less frizzy! Usually, frizzy hair is dry hair, so it is important to use products that will provide it with the required moisture.

Also, you need to pay attention to everything else you do to your hair. Do not rub it with a towel after a shower: just wrap it and leave it for twenty minutes to dry a little. Smooth cotton towels cause less friction with your hair than fibrous towels, since the latter can lift the cuticle of the hair and make it look frizzier. The proper brush can also help you out. A boar bristle brush contributes to the smoothness of your mane. It will smooth the cuticle of the hair down; thus, making its texture less coarse. Speaking of coarse hair, you should know that the longer it is, the more manageable it is. Length can weigh down the hair and make it less crazy.

The right hairstyles can also help. Fishtail braids or low buns are great when you want to make your hair more cooperative. However, our most favorite hairstyle for the summer would be the beach wavy look. It does not require heat or much time, and it can efficiently hide the frizziness of your hair, turning it into something charming and pretty!

The bad news is that some people are just more prone to frizzy hair. They can do everything right and still have crazy hair all over the place. There are keratin treatments available, but they are rather expensive. Still, they are a good alternative to the tons of heat usage when you grab a blow dryer or straightener. The damage you can cause is terrible! In the end, you just need to stop caring and love your hair the way it is: natural and healthy!


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