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3 Products You Should Try This Spring if You Have Frizzy Hair

Frizzy Hair

3 Products You Should Try This Spring if You Have Frizzy Hair 3 Products You Should Try This Spring if You Have Frizzy Hair 3 Products You Should Try This Spring if You Have Frizzy Hair

Ah, the dreaded F word: We’re talking about frizz, of course! While we’re super-excited that spring is finally here (seriously, we can’t wait to ditch the tights already!), with the surge in temperature and humidity can come one not-so-fun side effect. And that would be frizz. Managing frizzy hair can feel like an uphill battle with no end in sight. But it’s all about arming yourself with the right products—and a few simple tips. Here, find out which products you should try if you have frizz-prone hair and strategies for helping to tame your frizzy mane.

3 Products That Can Help Manage Frizzy Hair

Controlling frizz starts in the shower—not when you’re ready to style your hair. So, reach for a system of shampoo and conditioner formulated for frizz-prone hair, like the L’Oréal Paris EverPure Frizz-Defy Shampoo and L’Oréal Paris EverPure Frizz-Defy Conditioner.

The EverPure Frizz-Defy System gently cleanses and deeply conditions frizz-prone hair for humidity and frizz control, manageability, and smooth luminosity. Apply the shampoo to wet hair and gently work into a thick lather. Rinse thoroughly and follow up with the conditioner. Leave the conditioner on for 1-2 minutes before rinsing out.

Once you’re ready to style your hair, use the L’Oréal Paris EverSleek Frizz Finish™ Oil-In-Serum, which is formulated with a luxurious blend of argan oil and flower oils in a lightweight serum to help tame frizz flyaways, detangle, and smooth each strand. This non-greasy serum also helps provide humidity protection and delivers a silky finish, luminous shine, and touchable softness.

To use, apply 1-2 pumps of the serum to damp hair from your mid-lengths to your ends. Then, blow-dry or let your hair air dry—no need to rinse. You can also apply it on dry hair to help tame flyaways, condition split ends, and smooth hair. One final way to use the serum: Mix a few drops with the L’Oréal Paris EverPure Repair Remedy Balm or L’Oréal Paris EverCreme Renourishing Butter for added nourishment, then style as usual.

Other Tips for Frizz-Prone Hair

In addition to using a few key products, there are a few other things you should keep in mind when you have frizzy hair.

1. Use a cotton T-shirt to blot wet hair. A towel can be rough on your strands, so when you’re done shampooing and conditioning, grab a cotton tee instead. Gently blot your hair with the T-shirt, which will help absorb some of the excess water without causing too much friction.

2. Brush your hair before bed. Ready to hit the hay? Not so fast! Just as you would take your makeup off before drifting to sleep, you should brush your hair as well. Brushing can help distribute your hair’s natural oils from root to tip. As far as brush types go, use a boar bristle brush to help smooth strands. And don’t even think about brushing your hair when it’s wet—that’s when it’s at its most fragile!

3. Sleep on a silk pillowcase. You know how we told you that towels can be rough on your strands? The same can be said for your pillowcase. Silk is a lot smoother, so cover your pillow in a case made from that material. That way you won’t have to worry quite as much about what your hair will look like in the morning. Plus, there’s just something about silk that feel so luxurious!

4. Limit heat styling. When you have frizz, your first instinct is probably to blow-dry or flat iron your hair, right? Well, keep in mind that excessive heat styling can actually lead to damage. When it’s super-hot or humid out, why not let your hair air dry and embrace what you’ve got, frizz and all? We happen to think your hair looks gorgeous just the way it is! To create summer-inspired beach waves, spritz on a bit of salt spray for added texture, braid your hair, then undo the braid once your hair has dried.