Saturday, July 20, 2013

Deter, Maintain and Fix the Frizz

Listen. No girl likes to cut her hair when it's not their choice. What I mean by that is how awful it is to feel like the only option left for your dry, brittle and frizzy ends is to chop off your locks. We've all been there, and it's an awful feeling. However, there's no need to dwell on it because this isn't the only option. There are some things that you can do to maintain your dry, brittle and frizzy ends. Now, don't get me wrong. Trimming your ends is certainly the best solution to your frizzy hair problems, and if you can even go further and chop off all the damaged ends of your locks, even better. It's probably unlikely that you're feeling that way, right? Well for those of you who cringe and cry at the thought of chopping, this post is for you. Let's maintain those frizzy beasts.

Stop The Heat
Even if it is for the majority of the days of the week, get rid of the heat products. They are doing absolutely nothing for your hair but making it worse. Okay, so they may straighten or curl your hair, but health wise, your heat products are doing absolutely nothing beneficial for you. If you want to be able to manage your frizzy hair without getting it chopped off, adopt some new updates into your hair vocabulary and give your fried strands a well-need break.

Tame The Beast
This tip won't help you deter the frizz and dry brittle ends, as does the prior, but it will certainly provide you with assistance in taming your frizzy strands. Find some frizz-control hair serums and creams that will help take the "Oomph" out of your frizziness. Now, because you don't want to do any further damage to your already-damaged hair, be sure to review the ingredients of the product prior to soaking it into your locks. If you can go with natural oils, all the better. A good thing to remember is to use in moderation because too much serums can make your hair look greasy, and that's not any better than the frizz.

Add In The Moisture
So you have your hair frizzing deterrent, and a taming method, but now you need a way to help repair your frizzy ends. The most efficient way to do so is by adding in a super boost of moisture. No, don't spray the whole entire conditioner bottle in your hair during your next shower. Instead, try some deep moisturizing hair therapy creams and practices to thoroughly penetrate your hair with the moisture that it needs. Be sure to thoroughly rinse your hair once you have completed this task to ensure that all the product has been removed from your locks. As an extra bonus, put in some leave in conditioner into your hair afterwards, and after each shower, to help provide a little extra assistance to the moisturizing department of your hair.

Your hair certainly won't look like those girl's on the hair commercials with these tips, but at least it'll look better than it did before.

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