How to tame frizzy hair
Sadly, frizzy hair affects most of us at some point – shout out to rain and humidity, thanks guys! It’s tough trying to keep flyaway hair under control when it seems to have a life of its own. Until now that is – we’re putting our foot down: and focusing on how to stop frizzy hair, welcome to your anti-frizz life.
Protect with hair oils.
Frizz strikes when hair absorbs moisture in the air. Products containing natural oils, like Dove Nourishing Oil Care Conditioner, can form a barrier layer over the hair, helping to trap moisture inside but more importantly, preventing it from absorbing any more.
Keep it conditioned.
Keep hair satisfied with a conditioner like Dove Daily Moisture Conditioner. If you find your hair frizzing up between washes, a leave-in conditioner can help frizz control, too, by helping strands maintain their shiny look and feel
Protect from heat damage.
Sometimes dry, frizzy hair is damaged hair in disguise. Using a heat protection spray when heat styling will help keep your hair protected from the straighteners or tongs, so you can get the style you want without compromising on healthy, strong hair
Hairdryers and rubbing vigorously with towels can disturb your hair’s cuticles and cause frizz: pat hair dry with your towel instead of rubbing to avoid any extra friction
Prevent flyaways with serum.
When hair is damp, use a few drops of hair oil or a serum like to nourish hair, helping to smooth frizz and tame unruly, flyaway hair
Define kinks and curls.
If you’ve been blessed with curls you might find your hair is prone to frizz more easily than most. To help give frizzy, curly hair a glossy finish use a drop or two of hair oil and comb through with your fingers – it’ll help keep your curls defined and intact