Showing posts with label frizzy hair. Show all posts
Showing posts with label frizzy hair. Show all posts

Monday, April 23, 2012

How To Effectively Eliminate Frizzy Hair

Does Frizzy Hair affect you like it does to so many others?
Frizzy Hair can be caused by many different factors, the most common of them being dry, thin split-ended hair and/or hair that reacts badly to humidity. Curly hair is most commonly known for its unruly frizziness and flyaway ends, CHI Curl Preserve Shampoo and CHI Curl Preserve Conditioner can help to totally eliminate your frizz dilemma!

You can effectively eliminate Frizzy Hair in 4 simple steps with the help of CHI Curl Preserve Shampoo and CHI Curl Preserve Conditioner.

Step 1
You should get your haircut at least every 6 to 8 weeks in order to avoid getting split ends and also to help keep your hair beautifully healthy. Ask for a blunt cut, but you must always make sure your hairdresser is qualified and is aware of your hair type.

Try to find a hairdresser that you can trust, that understands exactly what you want, and how to cut hair that is prone to frizziness, as too many layers or feathering can lead to horrendous frizz, on frizz prone hair types. Ask your hairdresser to use CHI Curl Preserve Shampoo and CHI Curl Preserve Conditioner for the best results every time.

Step 2
Invest in some good quality deep moisturising shampoo, conditioner and hair masks, just like CHI Curl Preserve shampoo and CHI Curl Preserve Conditioner, which are specially designed, with frizzy hair in mind, to help smooth out and control unruly hair. This will prevent the hair from becoming dry, reduce split ends and ultimately tame your hair, as well as leaving your hair beautifully bouncy, light and gorgeously shiny.

Step 3
After washing your hair with CHI Curl Preserve Shampoo and then conditioning with CHI Curl Preserve Conditioner, make sure that you always remember to apply a pea-sized amount of anti-frizz serum all over your hair before blow-drying it, or after towel drying your hair, to avoid rubbing the serum off.

This will help to keep all those flyaway hairs down and smooth, at the same time as moisturising your hair and protecting your hair from the daily tasks that can damage it, such as brushing too harshly and the use of both straightening irons and hairdryers.

This can be avoided by applying an anti-frizz serum that has thermal protection included or use a thermal protection spray like, CHI 44 Iron Guard Thermal Protection Spray as well as an anti-frizz serum.

Step 4
Last but not least, use a pair of CHI Hair Straighteners to straighten your hair from the root down, with the straightening plates facing inwards to completely eliminate any frizz. If you have curly hair and wish to keep it curly rather than straightening it, use a CHI Turbo Spring Curling Iron in order to enhance your curls or wonderful waves.

Apply another coat of anti-frizz serum to smooth down any last flyaways and then set your hair in place by spraying some CHI Flex Hold Hair Spray, all over.

And there you go 4 simple steps to sexy, silky smooth Frizz-Free hair! Enjoy…

Friday, March 9, 2012

How to Fix Frizzy Hair

Curly hair by its very nature is delicate. When it becomes damaged or dry, the curls frizz out and if you live in a humid climate, look out! No need to panic, though, here are some tricks to keep frizziness at bay.

  • 1. Learn to like your curls. Straightening efforts and hair relaxants damage hair.
  • 2. Keep shampooing to a minimum since shampoo tends to dry out hair. If you do wash your hair daily, dilute shampoo with an equal amount of water.
  • 3.Use a daily conditioner to keep hair moisturized. Finger-brush your hair while the conditioner is in it. Then rinse.
  • 4. Apply a leave-in conditioner or anti-frizz serum to your damp hair.
  • 5. Deep-condition your hair once a week.
  • 6. To touch up your hair in the afternoon, moisten your fingers with water and a small amount of conditioner. Run your fingers through your hair and smooth out the frizz.
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