Frizzy hair is mostly caused by a lack of moisture in your hair, but lack of humidity can also contribute to it. Your hair loses moisture throughout the day, so midday, the outermost layer on your strands known as cuticle opens up and lets the outside air in, creating a frizzy mess up hair. You love your wavy hair, but the frizzy fly-aways you get when you brush those curls.
Frizzy hair is often drier and naturally tends to absorb moisture from humid air. Therefore the first thing to do with your frizzy hair is try not to brush it when the hair is dry. Try as much as possible to avoid brushing hair after it dries. Brushing not only disrupts your hair’s cuticle, it can also stretch hair, leading to breakage. Try to towel-dry hair after a shower and brush, comb, or finger-comb it.
Then it is also important to treat Frizzy hair with a sulfate-free, glycerin-packed shampoo. Look for one with glycerin high up in the ingredient list, since it helps combat frizz by penetrating the hair shaft and hydrating it from the inside out. It also creates a protective coating over the outside of the hair shaft so it doesn’t break easily.
Recovering a Frizzy hair is all about depositing moisture in your hair, or else the cuticle will open up to let moisture in and turn your hair from smooth to frizzy. So, look for a conditioner that shea butter, and apply it from midshaft down to your ends, keeping it away from your roots if you’re worried about it weighing down your hair. Do not forget to give conditioner to your hair regularly so the hair will get enough moisturizer.
Every two days, apply conditioner instead of shampoo and then rinse it out. Moreover, you can do a special treatment at least once a week, especially in colder months when the air is dry, will help fill any holes in your hair shaft that soak up outside moisture and contribute to frizz. You can use hydrating mask once a week to improve the amount of moisturizer in your Frizzy hair.