How to Control Frizzy Hair
Also, remember the key is to be gentle. Don't subject your hair to harsh brushing -- using a hair brush on hair that's thick, coarse and frizzy will only make it, well, even more coarse and frizzy. Instead, use a wide-tooth comb or a hair pick when hair is wet, or simply finger comb when hair is dry.
When drying your hair, do not rub with a towel -- let your hair set in a towel for 10 minutes and then take it off. If possible, minimize blow drying as this will only cause dryness and split ends; air dry your hair instead and watch it become healthier.
Having the right cut will also help combat frizziness. A good hairdresser will be able to recommend a style that will suit your hair type and condition; a bad one will only want to try out outrageous styles that will make your hair retaliate even more. Also, changing the natural state of your hair will cause you more frizz as your hair will not be able to adapt to something not within its course. Just accept it for the way it is and protect it the best you can.
Frizzy hair is irritating, but it does not have to be a constant nag or end your social life. Know the right tricks, use the correct products and treat your hair well, and you're on your way to hair you've always dreamed of: shiny, silky and beautiful.
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