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Tired of Frizzy Hair? How to Get Rid of Frizzy Hair?

Updated on April 3, 2017

Tired of frizzy hair? The good news is that you don't have to live with it forever. In this article, you will learn how to get rid of frizzy hair and even how to get the kind of hair your friends will envy.

There are a number of reasons why most people get frizzy hair - our lifestyle, stress, diet, excessive blow drying with bad hair dryer and even illness are all among the major causes of frizzy hair.

Frizzy don't look good at all; they make you look like somebody that just got electrocuted. In most cases, our hair get this way due to no fault of ours. Fortunately, there are some simple tips you can use to keep your hair perfect at all times.

Below, you will discover some proven tips you can use to get rid of frizzy hair:

7 Ways to Get Rid of Frizzy Hair

1. Apply a Carbonated Water Rinse

Using carbonated water rinse is one of the easiest natural methods to treat frizzy hair. Your frizz can be reduced by the activities of the low pH level in carbonated water. To do this, simply wash your hair with a good shampoo and conditioner. After washing, give your hair a final rinse using several cups of carbonated water.

2. Apply Avocado to Get Rid of Frizzy Hair

One of the best natural methods you can use to un-frizz your hair is the avocado method. Apart from getting rid of frizzy hair, you can as well use avocado to naturally make your hair smooth and silky. This is because avocado is packing some nutrients that are use in hair products to improve the appearance of the hair.

To do this, simply choose a ripe avocado, mix it with coconut oil and then mash them together. After mashing, place the paste on your hair and allow it to stay there for about 30 minutes before using your shampoo and conditioner to wash it off. You can do this at least 2 times a week.

3. Apply Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar will help you achieve a lot of improvement on your hair. You can use it to get rid of the frizzy hair problem as well as use it to cleanse your hair and scalp to remove dandruff and give your hair a natural shine.

To get started, get warm water and add one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar, place it on your scalp for about twenty minutes and then rinse thoroughly. Do this two times every week.

4. Hot Oil Treatment

Hot oil treatment is one way to get rid of frizzy hair. I will recommend you do this method at a salon where you can have someone monitor you. However, you can totally do it on your own if you are up to it.

To get started with this process, get hot oil and place it from root to the tip of your hair. Place your hair on a hair mask and allow it to stay on for about 20 minutes before rinsing it off. This process will leave you with a softer and shinier hair.

5. Avoid Constant use of Hair Curlers

Using hair curlers and other hair gadgets constantly is one of the reasons that you get frizzy hair. Instead of using these gadgets constantly, use other methods. If you must use them, use them only once in a while. Constant use will make your hair dry and frizzy.

6. Avoid Toweling Your Hair

Most people are guilty of this problem. They find it easier to get rid of water in their head by toweling thoroughly after bathing. When you towel your hair, the fiber of the towel may be damaging the cuticles of your hair. Instead of doing this, allow your hair to dry naturally. Alternatively, you can gently press out the water from your hair. If you insist that you want to towel your hair, ensure that you only use a micro fiber towel, this will help you reduce damage to the cuticles of your hair.

7. Avoid Blowing

Blowing your hair is a big no-no. There is always a chance that you will get exposed to too much heat when you blow your hair and this will make it dry and frizzy. If you want to blow your hair, do it without too much heat. It is also recommended that you don't blow too long or every day.


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