How To Manage Frizzy Hair

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If you were blessed with semi-awkward “curlyish” hair, styling your locks can be the most frustrating part of your morning routine.

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 BRUSH YOUR STRANDS WHEN THEY ARE WET

The point here is to avoid tampering with your curls when they are dry. So if you do decide to brush your curls, make sure you do so quickly after your shower.

DITCH THE BLOW DRYER, AND OTHER HOT TOOL ALTOGETHER

Moisture is your friend, so leaving your locks to air-dry may take longer but allows for them to consume the extra water, which ultimately adds more volume. Do NOT use a towel as the cloth will absorb the moisture, instead of your strands.

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GO EASY ON HAIR TOOLS – speaking of heat, another thing that you should really minimize using are heat emitting hair tools. They’re also to blame for frizzy hair. If you must use a curling iron or a hair straightener, make sure to coat your tresses with a generous amount of heat protectant first and to always use the lowest / coolest setting possible.

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