Win The Frizzie Hair Battle!
I don?t think there?s anything that frustrates women more than a case of frizzies or ?poofy hair.? So what can one do to get control of the dreaded FRIZZIES?
Over 80% of women suffer with dry brittle or frizzy hair. To find a fix for your frizzies your going to need to find the underlying cause. Harsh chemicals in dyes and bleaches, excessive blow drying, to many ?mousse? or ?gel? products, chlorine, and even your shampoo and conditioner can all contribute to your frizzies.
Below is a host of suggestions that have worked for some. You?ll need to experiment until you find the right mix.
If you have naturally curly hair f hair is naturally curly, it is usually frizzy. If you live in a humid climate it can be even more of a challenge.
What you need to use is a product like ?pomade.?. It has a low level of hold and they also have some oil in them. Wash and condition as usual. Then rinse with the coldest water you can stand because the cold water "locks down" the hair cuticle and makes hair appear less frizzy.
Next place the pomade in your hand and add a little water for easier spreading, and then very lightly finger it through your hair. Avoid the scalp or you?ll get a greasy look. Let it dry and then comb through it if you want, or leave it if the curls look good.
Apply a home remedy hair mask weekly. Mix one egg to one part mayo and one part olive oil. This will make a paste which you apply to your hair. Wrap snuggly in towel and wait 45 minutes. Rinse out, shampoo and condition as normal. Helps give hair a smooth shiny appearance.
If your hair is color treated or permed frizzies can occur from the chemical damage. Use a non oil based deep conditioning treatment that is heat activated. You a small amount of gel or pomade.
Add a dime size dab of Natural Vegetable Glycerin to a quarter size dab of mousse or gel. Wet your other hand then rub two hands together to mix, then run through your hair and style as usual.
If the Ph of your hair is off balance you could develop the frizzies. Rather than spending large amounts of money on products, a simple home solution is this. Get a big plastic cup, fill it with ½ cup apple vinegar and ½ cup water. Shampoo and condition as normal then use this mix as a final rinse. The vinegar corrects the Ph and smoothes the cuticle.
Alberto VO5 in a tube is relatively cheap and lasts forever. Rub a small amount in your palms then run your hands through your hair.
If your hair is really dry don?t rinse all of your conditioner out. Leave a light layer in the hair. This can add weight but it works very well on really dry days.
Another great trick with conditioner is to get a misting bottle fill with water then add some conditioner, shake well, and use as a mist on your hair to help control frizz.
any have also said they use plain Vaseline. You will have to experiment with this. Wash and condition as normal. If you are blow drying this will usually result in a nasty case of frizzies. Take a small amount of Vaseline and work it into your hands, then begin glossing your hair with your greasy hands working it in really well. Then continue blow drying on low.
The heat and the Vaseline apparently provide a nice gloss
Castor oil is inexpensive, and it leaves the hair soft, shiny and smooth.
Try to not use a hair brush because it will cause split ends on thick hair and frizzy hair. A hair pick works best on wet hair and finger comb dry hair.
Do not rub your hair with a towel when wet. Pat dry or wrap and wait 10 minutes. Try not to use a blow dryer, air drying is best as it will cut down on split ends and frizz.
If you must use a blow dryer then use one with the diffuser attachment and use on low heat.
You can win the frizzies battle with a little patience and creativity!
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