We all suffer from frizz now and again. There are a couple of reasons for it. Get frizz when it’s humid? When hair is damaged or dry, parts of the outer layer (aka the ‘cuticle’) lift up instead of lying flat, which lets the moisture in the air pass through into the strand’s core, causing the hair to swell. Damage can cause frizz too, especially from brushing – your hair is pulled out of shape before it snaps, so what’s left springs away from the rest. That’s frizz. Frizzy hair might have the same general causes, but each hair type responds to different treatment. In this article, we’ll help you find out the cause of damage as well as recommend products, washing routines and styling tips to help keep frizz at bay – all you need to know is your hair type.
Naturally curly or dry hair