tip 1: use a Shampooing and Conditioning
apply conditioner before your shower ,apply deep conditioner ,Cover your hair with a shower cap and then step into the shower. before you remove the cap to wash your hair. The heat from the shower will help to moisturize and soften your locks.and mix a quarter-sized amount of sulfate-free shampoo with double the amount of conditioner to allow your hair to be moisturized as it is cleaned. Massage the mixture into the scalp, starting at the crown of your head. Focus on cleaning only the roots, since this is the oiliest area of your head. This will allow you to clean your hair without stripping it of its natural oils.If your hair is particularly parched, skip shampoo altogether. Hair that is lacking in moisture or oil doesn’t necessarily need shampoo. Shampooing dry hair will only dry it out further, leading to brittle, damaged-looking hair
tip 2 :Avoid rinsing out all of the conditioner
When you have finished shampooing, apply conditioner to your hair and allow it to soak into your locks for several minutes. Rinse it out with cool water to seal the cuticle, leaving a small amount of conditioner in your hair, especially on your ends. This will help keep your hair moisturized and should help tame any fly-aways. This works especially well for super dry hair. Alternatively, you can rinse out all the conditioner in the shower, then apply a leave-in conditioner to damp hair when you get out of the shower.and dry your hair with a t-shirt instead of a towel. Unlike towels, T-shirts are smooth enough to help smooth out frizzy hair and will help prevent curls from matting together,
tip 3 : Use a wide-tooth comb or your fingers
use a brush. This will minimize breakage and damage and will also preserve the shape of your curls. Brushing your hair will separate the individual strands, making it much frizzier.If your hair is frizzy, chances are it is often difficult to brush through. Avoid starting from the roots and start detangling at the ends instead, and use a wide-tooth comb to detangle the strands, starting from the ends and working upward. Do this for each section of hair until you have detangled all of it . a spray-on detangling product,avoid brushing your hair while it is dry
tip 4 : Apply styling cream right after you wash your hair
This targets frizz before it even has a chance to start by forming a moisturizing protective layer over your locks.Styling cream can be purchased at a beauty supply store. Look for creams or sprays that protect hair against frizz, such as Moroccanoil Frizz Control or DevaCurl Frizz-Free Volumizing Foam. and dry your hair with a diffuser ,Consider purchasing a high-wattage ionic blow dryer, as well. These tools can dry your hair quickly and help cut down on frizz. Pick one with 1800 watts or more.and braid your hair .wear your hair in a bun .A bun will prevent your hair from becoming frizzy and unmanageable, as it will be neatly contained on top of your head.
tip 5 : Visit your stylist at least 4 times a year to trim split ends
To maintain healthy hair, visit your hairdresser at least 4 times a year (every 3 months) for a trim. Regular trims will prevent split ends, which can contribute to unruly frizz.and Curly, dry, or frizzy hair should always be cut in layers to avoid the dreaded triangle-head, which is a term for curly hair that is cut in a blunt style.
tip 6 : Apply coconut oil all over your hair
Apply coconut oil all over your hair. Coconut oil is a great oil for moisturizing hair and taming frizz. Purchase a jar of coconut oil from your local grocery store. This can be found in the cooking oil aisle. Before sleeping, apply a liberal amount of coconut oil to your hair, making sure that it is completely coated. Cover your hair with a shower cap, go to sleep, and wash the oil off your hair the next morning. This will give the oil plenty of time to absorb into the cuticle, effectively taming flyaways and adding shine and gloss to your hair
tip 7:Use a dab of hair oil after styling your hair
Sometimes too many products can leave hair feeling crunchy or stiff. When you have finished styling your hair, add a touch of vitamin E oil, which can be purchased at your local drugstore or beauty supply store, to your ends or wherever your hair feels stiff. Try Cococare® 100% Vitamin E Oil or OGX Healing + Vitamin E Penetrating Oil.
tip 8 : Always mask weekly
Doing a deep-conditioning treatment at least once a week, especially in the colder months, will help fill any gaps in your hair shaft (gaps and spaces contribute to frizz). it keep hair feeling soft and moisturized. For even deeper hydration, try applying your mask to dry hair—yes, dry—and leave it on for at least 30 minutes before hopping in the shower and rinsing it off.
tip 9 :sleep on a silk pillowcase
If you’re still sleeping on cotton, now is officially the time to switch to a silk pillowcase. “Silk really helps protect your hair while you sleep,” says Vaccaro. “It maintains your hair’s natural oils, which is especially important if your hair is fragile from chemical treatments.
tip 10 : Don’t over-process frizzy your hair
as Heat tools, harmful bleaches, and dyes create breakage, which opens the hair cuticle and leaves room for excess moisture to enter, leading to frizz. Try to change your hair routine to use less heat, such as achieving heatless curls and avoid bleaching your hair as much as possible.
tip 11 :Don’t Over Use Hot Tools on Frizzy Hair
Heat damages frizzy hair, so try to avoid using flat irons and curling irons as much as possible. Limit heat sources to a blow dryer with a diffuser whenever you can, and don’t shower in scalding hot water. If something is hot enough to burn your skin, it burns your frizzy hair too. When you do use heat, be sure to prep your hair with a heat-protectant spray when you use an iron of any kind, don’t hold it in one place for too long .