It's not just you -- lots of women suffer from dry, frizzy hair. These tips will help restore you hair's shine and luster, making it more manageable and beautiful!

Frizzy Hair

Get your hair cut often

Cut your hair every six to eight weeks. By trimming your hair and eliminating split ends, you will get rid of one of the main reasons hair can look frizzy.

Buy moisturizing shampoo

Whether you purchase your shampoo from the grocery store or a high-end salon, make sure that it's a shampoo geared to moisturize. After shampooing, rinse with cold water -- as cold as you can stand. And then follow up with a moisturizing conditioner.

Use a leave-in conditioner

One of my favorite products is Infusium 23 leave-in conditioner. It helps the cuticle layers of your hair lay flat, resulting in smoother, shiny hair.

Stay out of the sun

If you often spend time at the pool, beach or in the sun, apply sunscreen to your hair if you are going to be spending a long period outdoors. Rinse your hair immediately as soon as you arrive home. Chlorine or salt water sitting in your hair can cause dryness, resulting in more frizzies.

Skip the blow dryer

If possible, you should always let your hair air dry. Blow dryers and curling irons dry out the cuticle of the hair, causing it to look frizzy. Flat irons with ceramic plates actually don't do that much damage and can help your hair look shiny and smooth.

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Comments on "Free yourself of frizzies"

sunnydays13 November 21, 2008 | 3:31 PM

You have listed some really good tips. One tip you didn't mention and one that has helped many with this problem is switching from a cotton pillowcase to a satin pillowcase. Cotton pillowcases cause friction which will dry out your hair plus cotton is naturally absorbing and it pulls the moisture right out of your hair. Vital moisture that you need for healthy hair. I bought satin pillowcases over a year ago and I've noticed a big difference in not only the frizzies but also in split ends. As a bonus, I do't wake up with those sleep creases in my face anymore. The place I bought my satin pillowcases from is www.atouchofsatin They have an entire page devoted to the benefits of sleeping on satin. You should read what they have to say. I know this will help you. Good luck!

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