Tips For Taming Frizzy Hair

We’ve been there when the humidity hits and our hair turns into a frizz puff ball or even on those bad hair days when your hair just isn’t falling into line. Our experts have come together to share their best tips for taming frizzy hair for you:

– Choose a suitable shampoo and conditioner

Which shampoo and conditioner you use on your hair makes a big difference to how frizzy your hair is. We recommend the Natural World Brazilian Keratin Smoothing Therapy Shampoo and Conditioner, that includes the protein keratin to strengthen hair and replace broken bonds which causes frizz.

– Avoid rubbing wet hair with a towel
This is a big factor in turning up the frizzy factor. Instead of rubbing wet hair with a towel, gently squeeze the excess water from your hair with a towel.

– Try a wide tooth comb
Your hair is at its most vulnerable to frizz when it’s wet. It’s important to use the correct tools and a wide tooth comb helps to brush hair without tugging or causing damage.

– Use a hair oil and mask
Before blow drying your hair, apply a small amount of a Natural World Hair Treatment Oil to seal split-ends and frizz. We’d also recommend giving your hair a deep treatment once a week with a Natural World Hair Mask as this replaces any moisture lost from styling and the environment.

– Turn the heat down
If you’re using heat appliances on your hair, try using a lower temperature as the heat increases the likelihood of frizz.

– Blow dry downwards
Divide your hair into sections then take a round barrel brush to blow dry. Point the nozzle of the hairdryer downwards and dry your hair, this will help to retain a sleek style.

– Try the hairspray and spoolie trick
For small areas of frizz, spray an old toothbrush or spoolie brush with hairspray then gently comb through the frizzy area.

– Wear a silk scarf at night
Keeping your natural oils in production helps to keep your hair happy and minimizes frizz, so wear a silk scarf at night to avoid your pillow absorbing moisture from your hair overnight.

What are your best tips for taming frizzy hair?