Beauty Diaries

Beauty Diaries

Your Personal Beauty Bulletin Blog

How to defrizz your hair on a budget

How to defrizz your hair on a budget

 

Now that summer is here ( well for some of us… PE still has some awful weather at the moment), we can enjoy long, hot summer days and nights, days by the pool and on the beach and… if you live in a humid climate…frizzy hair! There are loads of serums and oils on the market  to keep the frizzies in check, but what if you are on a tight budget and can’t afford the extra expense? Don’t stress ladies, there are ways you can limit the frizz without spending an extra cent.

 

  1. Tie your hair up. Loose hair, while very swishy looking when smooth and shiny, is much more prone to frizzing up. Besides, when it is hot and humid what could be cooler than wearing your hair up in a classic or loose bun or even a high ponytail?

  2. Don’t over-wash your hair. Unless you have very oily hair (in which case frizziness is unlikely to be an issue) you shouldn’t wash your hair daily. Washing hair too often depletes your scalp of its natural oils and this can lead to dry hair which is naturally more frizzy.

  3. Never rub your hair dry with a towel after washing it. Squeeze out any excess water, pat hair dry and then wrap your hair up in a towel like a turban and leave it like that for a few minutes.  The towel will soak up most of the water.

  4. Never brush your hair vigorously when it is damp, as this could lead to breakages and more flyaways and frizzies. Always gently comb your damp hair through with a wide toothed comb.

  5. One tip I always follow is to leave my conditioner in while I shower. This allows it to sink in better and is almost like a hair treatment every time I wash. So instead of rinsing off your conditioner straight away, wash, exfoliate and shave your legs. After you have finished with your shower then you rinse off your conditioner.

  6. Give your hair a blast of cold water after you have rinsed off the conditioner (if you can bear it!). This flattens the hair cuticle and makes hair more shiny and smooth and less likely to frizz.

 

Tweet
0
How I got these guys!
Nail Polish colours to have in your kit

Related Posts

 

Add comment

URLs in comments are automatically disabled.
SPAMMERS, please don't waste your time! SPAM comments will be manually deleted


Security code
Refresh

 

 

 

 

S5 Box