Frizz If women ran the universe, humidity would be non-existent and rain showers would only occur during preplanned times in which one could remain indoors. Sadly, this is not the case. Frizz can occur naturally, especially in curly hair, or it can spring up when the atmosphere is humid. In essence, a small amount of water in the air can introduce just enough moisture to your hair to make it lose its smooth style. It’s similar to what happens when you jump in the shower, just on a smaller scale. Frizz can also be caused by a lack of moisture, which can make hair appear brittle, crunchy, and damaged, even if it really isn’t.
So what do you do? Start with a smoothing shampoo and conditioner in the shower.
Although these products will likely not change your life, they do give you a good starting point. The real work starts when you get out of the shower. Dry your hair gently with a towel: do not rub, twist, or otherwise manhandle your hair. Anything you do to wet hair will make styling more difficult and increase the chances of frizz later in the day.
Next, work a light leave-in conditioner through your locks and let your hair air dry until it is just a little bit damp. Work a medium-hold styling product through the bottom two-thirds of your hair, and blow it in sections with a concentration attachment on the blow dryer. Make sure to point the dryer down towards the ends of your hair: this styles the cuticle straight, making it easier for it to lay flat even when exposed to the elements.
Finish by running an anti-frizz finishing serum through your hair and go about your business. If frizz crops up during the day, you can use a dryer sheet to smooth it down.
Hand lotion also works well to seal the ends. You may want to keep an anti-frizz product in your purse for touch-ups.
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