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Tips for Controlling Frizzy Hair

Frizzy hair often requires a leave-in conditioner to help smooth and straighten loose fly away's. It can be frustrating to style frizzy hair so a specially designed hair conditioner can be helpful. Curly or frizzy hair can often be very hard to manage. Harder still is trying to turn your frizzy, curly hair into a smooth, straight and silky looking hairdo.

Keep your hair well conditioned with a rich moisturizing product. If your hair is very frizzy you don't want too many layers. Hair that is too poofy and has a tendency to get frizzy can be the most frustrating of hair to deal with. While nothing will permanently change it into the smooth flowing mane of hair that most of us dream of, using shampoos, conditioners, and styling aids designed for this type of hair will greatly improve the texture and our degree of happiness with it.

Frizzy hair almost always needs extra moisturizing. When choosing a shampoo or conditioner, look for the words smoothing, moisturizing or hydrating. These products will contain emollients to smooth the hair shaft and offer more control during styling.

To control frizzy hair, it is important to use the correct shampoo and conditioner, preferably one recommended by your hair stylist after he or she has studied you hair type. There is a common misconception that keeping hair continuously oiled makes it less dry, brittle and frizzy.

Hence, the concept of oil producing good results for frizzy hair is very subjective depending on ones hair type, the amount of natural oils produced by ones scalp, the moisture content of ones hair, the extent of damage and the amount of time oil is allowed to remain in hair.

How to Care and Control Fizzy Hair:

  • Don't let your hairstylist use a razor to layer your hair. Razors contribute to split ends.
  • Learn to like your curls. Straightening efforts and hair relaxants damage hair.
  • Don't wash hair every day. This kind of hair needs the natural oils from your scalp to reduce frizz.
  • To upkeep your desired style, just wet hair with some conditioner on non-washing days.
  • Keep shampooing to a minimum since shampoo tends to dry out hair. If you do wash your hair daily, dilute shampoo with an equal amount of water.
  • Use a daily conditioner to keep hair moisturized. Finger-brush your hair while the conditioner is in it. Then rinse.
  • To touch up your hair in the afternoon, moisten your fingers with water and a small amount of conditioner.
  • Avoid using hairdryers unless necessary. Blow drying hair dries it out.
  • If you must use products, use high-quality, health-food store or salon products that leave little residue.