Care for Frizzy Hair

Monday, April 12, 2010

Did you just stick your finger into an electrical outlet? Is your hair two feet taller than what it was yesterday? You may have caught a case of the frizz.

Choose a hairdresser experienced in curly/dry hair. Have your hairdresser help you choose a hairstyle that is easy to maintain--preferably one that just requires a wet-and-go approach. Once you have your favored style, visit your stylist at least 4 times a year to trim split ends.Don't let your hairstylist use a razor to layer your hair (although layering is good.) Razors contribute to split ends.

Don't wash hair every day. This kind of hair needs the natural oils from your scalp to reduce frizz. To upkeep your desired style, just wet hair with some conditioner on non-washing days (rinse thoroughly).# Avoid using hairdryers unless necessary. Blow drying hair dries it out.Avoid grease, mousses and gels. Believe it or not, grease, mousses and gels make caring for this kind of hair harder!! Chemical build-ups require more washing than is healthy. If you must use products, use high-quality, health-food store or salon products that leave little residue.Do not brush, unless you want a 'fro.Love your hair! Many are envious of the regal quality of curly hair!

At the end of a shower, rinse your hair in COLD water. Also, leave lots of conditioner in your hair while in the shower you could shave your legs and then rinse it out.

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