10 Tips to tame dry, frizzy hair

A few simple hair care tips that will not only tackle frizzy hair or flyaways but will also make your hair healthy.

10 Tips to tame dry, frizzy hairCondition: Once you are done shampooing, squeeze extra moisture from your tresses  then work the conditioner. Leave it on at least two minutes before rinsing.

Mist: Mist your hair with hair oil, rose water or aloe vera gel. It’ll give you sparkle and reflection without weighing hair down. DIY coconut oil hair mist >>

Oils: Natural oils not only helps to tame frizz but also helps to treat split ends and flyaways leaving your hair smooth and shiny. Smooth a small amount on freshly washed hair to soften and add shine.

Satin: Satin pillowcase reduces frizz causing friction by minimizing hair breakage and reducing split ends. Sleeping on a satin pillow helps to maintain the moisture in the hair. Cotton and other materials dry hair out, which adds to frizz.

Cool: Try a cold rinse to seal the hair cuticle and make it extra shiny. Use cold water to rinse out your conditioner, since cold water helps to smooth cuticles, diminishing frizz and flyaways.

Shine: Mist a hair shine spray to your hair brush and smooth it onto your hair to make your hair appear smooth and shiny.

Protect: Heat damage can cause hair to look frizzy and frayed, so spritz on a heat-protecting spray before blow-drying or styling with a flatiron or curling iron.

Natural brush: Some brushes can pull, tug and break your fragile hair, leaving you with a frazzled look. When blow drying, use a natural bristle brush. It will polish the shaft and smooth the ends.

Treatment: Once a week use a hair mask to not only fight frizz but also keep your hair healthy. Natural hair treatments for frizzy hair >>

Hair dry: Dry your hair with t shirt to avoid frizz or use a super absorbent microfiber towel to gently press the water out of your hair. Avoid wringing or rubbing your hair with a towel as this creates friction, breakage and split ends. Flip your head over and scrunch up.

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