How to Get Rid of Frizzy Hair

Frizzy hair can be really annoying. Unfortunately, some people were just born with frizzy hair and have to work to tame it. For others, frizzy hair might only show up on very humid or rainy days. Either way, you probably want to know how to get rid of it once and for all or prevent it in the first place.

First, you should not wash your hair every day unless it is very oily. But generally, thicker hair is frizzier and doesn’t need to be washed every day. Try washing your hair every other day or even every few days. If you feel your hair getting a little greasy, use dry shampoo to see if that helps before you lather up.

If your hair is regularly frizzy, it probably needs more moisture. Try using a deep conditioning mask once a week and avoid using hot tools like a curling iron or straightener every day. This can damage your hair and create frizz.

Use anti-frizz products. There are so many different products out there now, you can get an anti-frizz shampoo, conditioner, serum, and more. Our Marula Oil Hair Mist is a great product to try that will de-frizz your hair and add a nice shine.

Ask your hairstylist for a frizz-reducing hairstyle. Generally, longer layers can help reduce frizz. Your hairstylist can help you find a flattering haircut that will also reduce frizz. If you have curly or wavy hair, ask your hairstylist for tips on how to style your hair to keep it frizz-free. If you are getting your hair colored, ask for a gloss treatment. It can really add shine and prevent frizz.

Protect your hair from the elements. Humidity and rain are the leading weather causes of frizz. Make sure to wear a hat or a scarf to keep your hair covered up in these types of weather conditions. It can help reduce frizz.

Do you often have frizzy hair? What products do you generally use to help reduce frizz?

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