You know that moment when you step outside and your style goes poof? Yeah, we’ve all been there. Frizz is typically caused by humidity, and made worse by damaged hair. But there are three main ways to combat frizz.
Getting healthy hair is the first step to fighting frizz, and it’s easier than you may think. By using the right shampoo and conditioner for your hair type, limiting the amount of heat and heat styling you subject your hair to, and being gentle when shampooing, brushing, and styling, you’ll be well on your way to a healthier do. Since damaged hair only makes frizz worse, getting rid of the damage is the first step towards fighting frizz.
Today’s formulas help preserve the integrity of hair’s natural, outermost layer that controls the movement of moisture in and out of the hair fiber. With a protected outer layer, hair is better armed for frizz-fighting. Then frizz-control conditioners seal the deal with super-lightweight micro-silicones to target the “leaks” on hair’s surface (the damaged bits that can soak up moisture from the air like a sponge, thus causing hair to swell and create frizz). Once the hair care ingredient is in the right place on the hair strand, its moisture-controlling ability slows down the frizz process.
Smoothing creme is your new best friend. The treatment will help tame tresses and free you and your hair from frizz — the perfect pick-me-up when hair starts to get crazy.Healthy hair, the right shampoo and conditioner, and the right stylers for frizz and you’re well on your way to being frizz-free.
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