Have frizzy hair? And want to fix it? Well read on and find out! 🙂
1// Apply olive oil. Take a dime sized amount of olive oil in your palm, and flip your head over. Gently massage the oil into your roots by starting at the nape of the neck and working up to the crown of the head. Rub a little more oil. Apply a little more oil to your fingers, and run it through your hair to gently but evenly distribute it. Flip head upright. To create a shine at the roots, you can part your hair and rub the oil on the hairline. Comb through. Or, leave your hair like that to get a wavy look. Blow dry or air dry.
2// Don’t wash hair every day. This kind of hair needs the natural oils from your scalp to reduce frizz. To upkeep your desired style, just wet hair with some conditioner on non-washing days (rinse thoroughly).
3// Use raw egg. Eggs aren’t just for a breakfast; they can be used to maintain healthy frizz-free hair as well. Simply crack a raw egg and lather it into your hair. Let it sit for a full fifteen minutes before proceeding with your normal shampoo and conditioner regimen.
4// Try using a vinegar solution. Combine 4 oz. of apple cider vinegar with 1 qt. of water and mix well. Rinse your dry hair with the diluted vinegar mixture before conditioning. Not only is this an all-natural alternative to conventional rinses, it works as a great clarifying shampoo and prepares your scalp to accept the moisture that helps your hair behave.
5// Make sure you are using the right brush. A lot of times your hairbrush can be a big part of the reason you have frizzy hair. If you brush too hard, breakage can occur, which can dry out your hair and inhibit its natural texture. Check with your hairdresser to be sure you are using the right hairbrush for your hair type.
6// Lather in honey. Honey is a great all-natural conditioner for your hair. A great bonus is its sweet smell. Simply mix equal parts organic honey with the oil of your choice. Lather into the hair and let sit for at least 10 minutes before rinsing with cool water
7// Gently blot your hair with a towel to squeeze out excess water after a shower or bath. Do not rub vigorously since this can damage the hair strands. Use a wide-tooth pick and gently comb through your damp hair to remove tangles.
8// Wash your hair using a shampoo that contains natural humectants, which are derived from animal or vegetable fats and lubricate your hair, attract moisture and reduce frizz.
9// Apply an oil rinse. All-natural oils like almond oil and coconut oil not only work well to nourish your hair into behaving; they smell great too. Shampoo and condition as normal after letting your hair absorb the natural oils.
Hope this helps 🙂