The transition into Spring brings humidity which of course brings frizz. But whether your frizzy fro is a result of the damp weather or caused by the natural texture of your hair, John Frieda has got you covered.
Taming your frizz starts the second you step into the shower. After you condition, rinse your hair with cold water to close the hair cuticle. Avoid blow-drying your hair after a shower. Instead, lightly towel dry it by squeezing out the access water then let it dry naturally. Your hair is more prone to breakage when it’s wet so be careful when combing wet hair. Wait until hair is damp then detangle with a wide-tooth comb. Tip: Skip a couple washes throughout the week to reserve your hairs natural oils and reduce frizz.
If you plan to style your hair with heat, start by applying a good anti-frizz serum like the Frizz Ease® Hair Serum Thermal Protection Formula. This styling product not only reduces flyaways, it helps protect your hair from your curling iron or straightener. Some oils treatments only create temporary shine, but this all-in-one product adds instant shine and rejuvenates the hair.
For every-day use, try the Frizz Ease® Sheer Solution™ Frizz Control it’s an instant-shine hair serum that moisturizes each layer of the hair strand for long-term repair so your hair actually looks and feels healthier.
Whichever serum you chose, just make sure you apply them properly. Concentrate on the ends when applying and avoid the roots. Remember, it’s oil and you don’t want your just-washed hair to look like 3rd day hair!
For lazy days by the pool, avoid heat styling and go all-natural! If you already have natural curls, enhance them with the Frizz Ease® Curl Reviver Styling Mousse. Apply a generous amount into your hands and work it into your damp hair. This product is also great for adding texture to your hair before styling an up do. Finish off by lightly spraying your ‘do with the Frizz Ease® Moisture Barrier Firm Hold Hair Spray.
All hair types need a little extra moisture, so try these steps and don’t let frizz ruin your fresh spring ‘do!
By: Kristyn Tsampiras, Toronto
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