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Frizzy hair don’t care! Ok. Sometimes, it does! Well, if you are feeling a little self-conscious about your frizzy hair, here are some quick tips for not just addressing frizz after the fact but preventing it before it has a chance to occur!
- Rinse your hair with cool or cold water to help close your hair’s cuticles. Warm water opens the cuticle slightly, so if cool/cold water isn’t used to close it again, you may be left with rough, frizzy hair. Also, avoid hot water all together. It may rinse away dirt, oil, and product build-up more quickly, but it often results in overly-porous hair.
- Dry your hair with a cotton tee, microfiber towel/turban, or even a paper towel. The loops in a regular bath towel can create too much friction as it comes into contact with your hair, so avoid using them on wash day as much as possible.
- Keep your hair moisturized. Frizzy hair is often caused by a lack of moisture, so don’t skimp during your moisturizing and sealing session. I’d rather have weighed-down hair that is properly moisturized than light and airy hair that is dry and parched!