Say Goodbye to Your Dry, Frizzy Curly Hair 12 Easy Hacks & Tips

If on Wednesdays you wear pink, why not also choose one day a week to rock a wet hair look? Frequent trims and regular conditioning will ensure your ends are always healthy versus just being healthy after a cut. Damage from chemical styling processes like permanent straightening and colouring, can damage your hair structure and leave it with that dry feeling/looking. Also, the high temperatures of heat styling tools cause your hair to lose water, which leaves it looking and feeling dry. If you pop a drop of water on the hot plate of your straighteners and it’ll sizzle and evaporate – now imagine that frying effect on your poor hair!

Sometimes even after you have been using the right conditioning products, the hair can feel dry and damaged. This is worrisome and can be because of various reasons. Make sure to fully detangle your hair before or after you cleanse.

If your hair feels like straw, it’s most likely a problem with moisture. This can typically be repaired by changing your usual hair products and your hair care routine. Get yourself an oil massage a night before you have planned to shampoo. Choose any carrier oil such as coconut oil, sunflower oil, olive oil, bleached underneath hair argan oil to massage your scalp and moisturize your hair. Instead, use a wide-toothed comb on damp hair and work your way up from the ends to minimize breakage. If you absolutely must detangle dry hair, apply a detangling leave in conditioner and use a natural boar bristle brush to help minimize frizz.

The coarse cotton fibers pull at the hair strands, resulting in a frizzy, tangled mess in the morning. Switch to silk or satin pillowcases to reduce friction and tame frizz. Use microfibre towels instead of cotton ones when drying your hair, as to reduce friction damage.

The natural oils secreted from your scalp have a much harder time making their way down the hair shaft, so the ends are especially dry. Conditioner is mainly used for moisturizing, smoothening, and detangling the hair. It provides nourishment, reduces frizz, and strengthens your hair while coating the hair shafts with a protective seal to improve their texture. This layer is what gives your tresses the shine and texture that is indicative of healthy hair.

Similar Posts