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9 Ways To De-Frizz Your Hair

9 Ways To De-Frizz Your Hair

Are you tired of having frizzy hair all the time? This article is here to help you out! We've collected 9 easy steps you can take to get your hair to stop frizzing out and start looking shiny and bouncy.

Read more here: 9 Ways To De-Frizz Your Hair

You Will Need...

  • 1. Satin Pillowcase
  • 2. Microfiber Towel
  • 3. Good Leave-In Conditioner
  • 4. Hair Serum
  • 5. Pomade
  • 6. Shampoos With Built-In SPF
Just a Tip!

Instructions

  • Step 1
    Step 1:

    Hands Off The Hair!

    We know how tempting it is, and how hard it can be to break an old habit, but don't touch your hair. One cause of frizz is tousling and running your hands through your hair.

  • Step 2
    Step 2:

    Get A Trim Every 6-8 Weeks

    Another factor that causes hair frizz is split ends. To stop split ends in their tracks, have your hair trimmed once every 6 to 8 weeks. If you're in a humid climate, be careful not to cut it too short, since humidity can cause shrinkage.

  • Step 3
    Step 3:

    Sleep On A Satin Pillowcase

    Everyone moves around at least a little bit while they sleep, whether they realize it or not. The friction created when your hair rubs against your pillowcase causes breakage, split ends, and tangles.

    Satin pillowcases create less friction than cotton ones, which result in less breakage and fewer split ends. It's also easier to maintain a hairstyle overnight if you use a satin pillowcase.

  • Step 4
    Step 4:

    Dry Your Hair With A Microfiber Towel

    Microfiber is more absorbent than traditional fabrics, so you can dry your hair more thoroughly in less time while creating fewer frizzes. It also smoothes down the cuticles of your hair, instead of disturbing it as some traditional fabrics can, which is yet another cause of frizz.

  • Step 5
    Step 5:

    Don't Rub When Drying Your Hair

    Rubbing your hair with a towel creates friction just like pillowcases do, as does wringing it out. Instead of rubbing hair dry, gently squeeze or scrunch out as much of the water as you can before getting out of the shower, using your fingers.

  • Step 6
    Step 6:

    Use Hairstyling Products On Wet Hair

    Most hairstyling products should be applied to your hair while it's still wet.

    Begin with a good leave-in conditioner. Apply a generous amount of it to your hair right after you wash it, making sure to work it into the ends of your hair. Next, add an even coating of serum all over your hair. Adding these steps to your weekly deep-conditioning regimen should keep your frizz problem under control.

  • Step 7
    Step 7:

    Try A Pomade

    Pomade products can not only keep hair from becoming frizzy, but can protect it from the effects of humidity, as long as you choose a good product.

    Pomades are meant to be used in very small amounts. Rub the product into the palms of your hands, until you can hardly tell that it's there. Run your hands gently over the surface of your hair to guide stray hairs into their natural positions. Keep your hands moving all the way along your hair to the tips. Don't forget the hair on the back of your head!

  • Step 8
    Step 8:

    Use Shampoos With SPFs

    Shampoos with built-in SPFs to protect hair from the effects of the sun are now on the market. They work just like sunscreen for your hair, plus they keep your hair from becoming too dry.

  • Step 9
    Step 9:

    Avoid Heated Styling Tools

    All hairstyling tools that produce heat dry out your hair, which can damage it and create frizz. Try not to use tools like hair dryers, flat irons, or curling irons any more than you have to. If you must use one, before you start styling your hair, apply a silicone-based serum to it for protection from the heat.

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