Frizz is one of the biggest issues with curly hair. The primary cause of frizz is breakage and damage caused by moisture loss. Many styling products can also make it worse by stripping out much needed natural oils. The results? Frizzy, dry, hard to manage locks. Hair needs moisture too! But…there is an easy solution.
There are many causes for dry and frizzy hair. Eliminating these causes would solve your problem to a great extent.
Dry hair is usually the hair that lack sufficient amount of natural moisturizer and oil giving a frizzy look.
- Mix 2 egg yolks and beat the paste until it is foamy. Massage this mixture on entire scalp and hair with it, when done; rinse it off thoroughly with warm water.
- Mash one over-ripe banana with a ripe avocado. Massage this paste into your hair and leave on for at least 15 minutes before washing.
- Rinse your hair with beer. It will make your hair shine and sleek.
Avoid over shampooing as it can wash away the hair’s protective oils. Use shampoo particularly for dry or damaged hair.
Deep condition your hair on regular basis, as it protects the hair’s cuticle layer from splitting from the shaft.
- Lay off the styling products and tools, because what’s the point of eating right and doing weekly treatments if you’re going to sap away every drop of moisture during the styling process? The more products you use, such as gel or hairspray, the more build-up you creates and the more moisture destroyed. The more tools you use, such as blow-dryers and flat-irons, the more you cook moisture away — so use heated tools only when vital.
Review of my actions necessary while lightness….
1. An oil bath (sweet almond, olive or marula). I do it once or twice a month, just before my shampoo. I wrap my hair in cellophane, or in the first plastic bag-and I find I wait two hours before going to shampoo. My colored hair, a little drier than usual, because they are fed love deeply.
Two. The combing the comb my pretty curls. I do it once a week, at the time of installation of the conditioner. I use a wide tooth comb to prevent breakage, and I do it section by section. The rest of the time, I slightly moistened with a mixture of mineral water (preferably) and vegetable oil, then I untangles the finger points back to the root.
3. Blow dry cold. I do occasionally post my weekly care. My method: I position the hairdryer on the lowest temperature and I use a diffuser afro comb. Result: stretching and my hair, I gain in length and I minimize the effect of “narrowing” of water on the hair frizzy, called shrinkage-literally-by narrowing the nappy girls English. In this connection, I discovered that the shrinkage was not all bad … I will tell you next time!
—Just dropping by to say trying the Infusium 23 and it really seems to be helping
–If you don’t have a lot of time, I recommend a light styling cream, and a light hold spray. The cream will help tame the ends and give you more control throughout the day. The light hold spray helps hold the shape as well.
–If you have more time, then a little round brushing and a hair dryer will do the trick every time. Once again, I recommend finishing with a light hold spray, or firm hold spray if you prefer more control.
–Adding color to hair does help give some level of control to the hair and many color formulations these days give a greater amount of polish, shine and condition to the hair. Ask your salon professional about the appropriate color (or color type) for you.
Say goodbye to hard-to-manage curls, and enjoy your healthy, happy, frizz-free hair.
Style tips for wavy hair
Twirl it - Spritz damp hair with spray gel to make it a little more manageable, then diffuse on low heat. While your are drying your hair, twirl it around your fingers to help shape your waves.
Mousse it – Apply a little mousse to towel-dried hair to enhance its natural texture, then allow your hair to air-dry. When it’s almost finished drying, apply a little silicone hair serum to the ends to tame flyaways. Run your fingers through your hair and then set with anti-humidity finishing spray.
Clip it - In hot sticky weather, you probably want your hair away from your face. Create a half-up, half-down hairstyle by pulling back the front portion of your hair and securing with a pretty clip.