5 Solutions for Frizzy Hairs
Dry hair absorbs moisture when exposed to moisture, causing it to swell and rupture the cuticles, resulting in frizz. Follow these simple tricks to avoid freezing in the fridge.
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Get Out of the Frizziness
Wash your Frizzy Hair
After shampooing, wash your hair with a mixture made of apple cider vinegar and water to combat frizzy hair. Leave it in your hair for a few minutes, giving it time to rinse off. Then condition your hair as usual. If you have colored hair, you can rinse it with cold chamomile tea.
Use Microfiber Towel
as soon as you step out of the shower to fight frizz. Replace your regular cotton towels, which are too harsh on delicate damp strands and can cause frizz and breakage, with microfiber towels. Gently squeeze out moisture with a microfiber towel, which absorbs excess water and prevents frizz from forming.
and brushing your hair when the cuticles are wet Always use a wide-toothed comb when working with wet hair and start combing from the ends instead of the scalp.
Choose the Right Shampoo
Avoid shampoos containing alcohol, as it dehydrates the hair. Instead, use gentle shampoos with ingredients like lavender or rosemary. Don’t shampoo your hair every day. If you wake up with a bedhead, use a rinse or spritz instead.