Dry Frizzy Hair
Frizzy and dry hair is likely the victim of styling damage or genetics. Thankfully, there are lots of things you can do for dry frizzy hair no matter what its cause.
Dry frizzy hair advice
Change your routine
Number one, and this is a big one, change your routine. If you shampoo every day, try shampooing every other day, as shampooing strips the moisture from your hair. (You can still condition every day.) If you're attached at the hip to your hairdryer or Sedu, try styling every other day too. (To make your hair look fresh in the morning, try running a conditioning "milk" through your hair in the morning, which will tame flyaways and make your hair look fresh.)
Deep treat once a week
Number two, treat the damage. Once a week, make time for a dry frizzy hair solution like H2 Thermal, or apply a natural hair mask made from mayonnaise, mashed bananas or mashed avocados. These treatments will add moisture and shine, while helping to tame the frizz.
Get a hair cut
Number three, get a hair cut. Nothing helps give your hair a lift like a fresh cut. Cutting hair weeds out dead ends, invigorates the follicle and gives you a great new look to boot.
Lose the harsh chemicals
Number four, choose natural products over harsh chemicals. We can't say it enough - you would never load your face with harsh chemicals, so you shouldn't load your hair with them either. Some natural ingredients for dry frizzy hair solutions are Shea Butter, Jojoba oil, avocado oil and panthenol (pro-vitamin B5).
Beware sun and salt
Number five, protect your hair from the sun. The sun’s damaging rays can hurt your hair just as much as your skin (only your hair won’t blister and burn). Choose shampoo with sunscreen, and/or wear a hat when outdoors. Especially after being in salt water, use a hair repair product like H2 Thermal.