5 Ways To Fight Frizz

Published 8th April, 2021

5 Ways To Fight Frizz

A little bit of frizz never hurt anyone, but if your waves are not getting their chance to shine, it’s time to switch up your routine. With a little TLC, you can prevent frizz and achieve beautiful looks!

 

Here are 5 top ways of fighting frizz.


Protect your hair at night

A good night time hair routine is just as important as washday since this is key to preserving your waves. Using a silk pillowcase, bonnet or silk head wrap will prevent your hair from getting messy as you sleep and therefore minimise frizz.


Apply styling products to wet hair

Letting your hair dry out before applying products is a surefire way of creating frizz. Instead, applying mousses and gels straight out of the shower means they can better penetrate the hair and form beautiful waves. Not only will you notice a difference in the definition of your waves but your hair will look smoother too!


Keep your waves moisturised

Did you know that frizz is often caused by low moisture levels? Increasing your hair’s moisture from the inside will make it healthier, stronger and softer which are all key ways of combatting frizz. You can introduce more moisture into your routine by avoiding ingredients such as sulphates, silicones and parabens in exchange for natural ingredients.


Use a cotton or microfibre towel


When you get out of the shower, don’t be tempted to aggressively dry your hair with a towel as your wavy hair won’t be happy. Switch to a cotton or microfibre towel and lightly scrunch your waves - these kinds of towels smooth the hair and limit frizz so you have a great base to apply your products.


Layer your products


You need to find a routine or styling system that works for you. Carefully layering your products such as a leave-in, foam and gel will help your waves form nicely instead of separating and causing frizz.

 


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