Do you have frizzy hair?
Do you know what causes frizzy hair?
Do you know how to avoid frizzy hair?
If you answered ‘yes’ to the first question and ‘no’ to the last two questions then read on.
This blog post has been written specifically to help you AVOID frizzy hair!
What Causes Frizzy Hair?
There are a number of factors that can cause frizzy hair but the main two causes of frizzy hair are:
- Friction, and
7 Ways To Avoid Frizzy Hair
2. Avoid Rough Styling
Don’t regularly tease/back comb your hair. This friction will cause your hair cuticle to open and your hair to frizz.
These products repair the look and feel of dry heat damaged hair and restore the hair’s natural frizz defences. They contain Amino Repair Complex.
5. Always Use Conditioner
Make sure you do not skip the step of conditioning your hair. Conditioner is essential in moisturising your hair.
This moisture prevents the cuticle from opening and keeps it smooth. Apply it from the mid lengths of your hair down to the ends.
6. Use A Hair Serum
I use the John Frieda FRIZZ Ease Extra Strength 6 Effects Serum.
This product only needs to be used sparingly by squeezing a little into your hands, rubbing your hands together and then running your hands through your hair. Use it on soaking wet hair for maximum benefit.
This serum eliminates frizz, smoothes, hydrates and tames your hair helping you achieve a glossy, silky smooth style.
It also repels humidity to help prevent weather related frizz.
7. Use A Finishing Creme
Another product I use is the John Frieda FRIZZ Ease Secret Weapon Finishing Creme.
This product replaces the natural oils in your hair. It contains avocado oil and seals the hair to eliminate frizz and flyaways.
Check out the full range of John Frieda FRIZZ Ease products HERE.
If you want to tie your hair back use silk scrunchies. They have anti-friction, anti-static and anti hair creasing properties that help keep your hair smooth and frizz free. They also look beautifully luxe.
Ingrid is a lifelong beauty lover living in Australia who started Fabulous and Fun Life in 2014 to share her love of all things beauty. Having previously worked in the health industry she loves effective beauty products that are based on scientific evidence. Also being a qualified ergonomist Ingrid is especially interested in researching & testing beauty appliances to write product buying guides to help you find the best beauty appliance to suit your specific needs. Ingrid has worked with numerous beauty brands & PR companies. To contact Ingrid, visit her contact page. Ingrid’s best beauty secret is sleeping on a silk pillowcase.