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How your hair looks can make or break your day. Beautiful hair isn't hard to come by, but sometimes conditions turn your locks into a frizzy-looking mess. These 15 steps can help you learn how to tame frizzy hair.
Each strand of your hair is made up of three layers. If you look at it under a microscope, you'd see that the layers overlap like little shingles on a roof. When those shingles lay flat, your hair is soft, strong and silky. But when they loosen and stand away from the strand, your hair can become frizzy-looking and dry.
Many things can contribute to frizzy-looking hair: high humidity and too much processing, just to name some. These steps will tell you how to help tame frizzy-looking hair when you encounter one of these problems.
A clean scalp can help support healthy-looking hair. Brush your hair gently every day to help slough off any dead skin cells from your scalp that might be clogging up the hair follicles on skin’s surface. Brushing also helps evenly distribute oil that coats the hair and makes it pliable, which can help to reduce frizz.
Don't wait until your head looks like a wiry frizz ball; at the first sign of frizz, treat your hair with a mask or deep conditioning treatment. A system like L'Oreal's EverSleek Reparative Smoothing Shampoo and Conditioner can help re-hydrate your hair and repair dull-looking, frizzy hair.
Sometimes damage from split ends contributes to unhealthy looking hair. The more it splits, the more likely it is you'll suffer from frizz. The easy solution is to get a haircut. You don't have to cut it all off; simply trimming the split ends will help tame the appearance of frizz.
So many hair styles require heat that you've probably experienced at least some damage from the many tools that adorn your powder room. When you use hair dryers or flat irons, your hair gets heated up and can lose its natural moisture. If you can't bear to give up your hot styling regimen, try to use a leave-in conditioner to help re-hydrate your hair.
Chemicals in hair color, perms and chemical straighteners can leave your hair highly processed. Visible breakage, split ends and other damage can promote unruly-looking hair. Instead of processing hair, consider using gentler products, such as products formulated for frizzy hair to help control curls, frizz and style.
Just like chemical processing, the frequent use of some shampoos and conditioners can deplete your hair of moisture. Try washing with a sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner system in lukewarm water and allow hair to air-dry.
Everyone experiences damaged hair at some point, but you can still style your hair into an attractive do. Prepare your hair for styling by using a frizz-taming serum that can help tame your locks and your look.
If your hair needs some extra love, consider an oil treatment to help replenish your tresses. After using a hydrating shampoo and conditioner system, towel-dry your hair and then apply an oil treatment. Cover with a shower cap and relax for a few minutes. Rinse with cool water and help your hair come back to life.
Chlorine can cause damage that builds up over time. Wear a swim cap when you're in the pool and be sure to rinse with cool water as soon as you exit the water.
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle, which includes eating healthy foods anddrinking plenty of water helps you maintain healthy-looking skin and hair.
Not all hair products are created equal. If you find yourself constantly fighting frizz, look for shampoos and conditioners that are sulfate-free to help reduce the loss of moisture of your hair. Help protect your hair with balms that can seal in moisture and choose products with formulas to nourish your hair.
If you've fallen into a hairstyle rut, your hair may show it. Wearing your hair the same way can weaken it because you're likely putting pressure on the same places every day. Switch things up to relieve the stress points.
Humidity can be one of your greatest enemies when it comes to frizzy-looking hair. You can't control the weather but you can prepare your hair against the elements. Seek out leave-in conditioners that can help smooth your hair and keep frizzies at bay.
Finally, your hair likes to have finishing touches as much as you do. Choose serums and balms that hold the moisture in and give your hair a gorgeous shine.
Give your hair the lift it needs by keeping things simple and following these steps to fight the frizz.