Ssqueeze or blot the moisture out with your towel. Avoid rough, quick movements and messy towel drying, which can start the style off with frizz.
Consult with your stylist about a product that contains a heat protector. Frizz is a common result of styling-tool heat damage and the summer sun. Evenly distributing the correct styling products can prevent this effect.
Point the airflow of your blow dryer down to help reduce frizz. Blow drying in the opposite direction of the hair strand creates frizz.
This smoothing treatment maintains hair volume and body because it does not completely straighten the hair. The treatment helps soften the hair's natural curl pattern, allowing hair to still achieve curly or wavy styles. It prevents frizz even when the hair is air dried without a blow dryer. This blowout method washes away with time, so there is no noticeable difference between new hair and treated hair. Unlike other treatments, the Brazilian blowout does not contain carcinogens or harsh chemicals, such as formaldehyde.
This dryness can be caused by over shampooing, heat styling or chemically processing the hair. A simple fix is to apply shampoo only to the scalp and massage the dirt, sweat and oils away. You can also try using water only and massaging the scalp to rinse away oils.
Shampoo and condition in the shower as you normally do. Once out of the shower, avoid twisting and rubbing with your hands or a towel, because this roughs up the cuticle and creates frizziness. Apply a leave-in conditioner and detangle the hair with a large-tooth comb. Be careful: Brushing wet hair can cause breakage.
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