Have you ever struggled with taming frizzy hair? If you have, then you’ve come to the right place! We definitely relate with the struggle, so in this post, we are tackling the common issue known as 'Frizz'. We all deal with it, but with proper care, we can all tame it. Sometimes, we have gotten to the middle of the week and are too tired to care about maintaining our hair, so we just let it frizz. Other times, we've been on top of our routine, but find our hair frizzing up when we step outside. We are tired of it as you are too, so we're here to help!
Before we get into what can make your hair frizzy, it's important to define what frizz is. Frizz occurs due to lack of moisture in your hair, which makes your hair seek moisture from the environment. This is why it's important to familiarise yourself with the humidity level where you live. In addition to this, there are other factors that cause your hair to frizz, which we explain in this post. Keep reading to find out some of the reasons why your hair is frizzing and how to combat them. Also, read our blog post about how humidity could cause your hair to frizz here.
1. To start off, a main cause of frizz could be your shampoo and conditioner. If your shampoo and conditioner contain sulfates, they should be in the trash right about now! Products with sulfates dry out and strip your hair of all its moisture and nutrients, causing your hair to become dry and frizzy. Isn’t that awful? Luckily, NaturAll Club products do not contain any sulfates, preservatives, or toxic chemicals! Our Shampoo and Conditioner strip away dirt and product buildup only, keeping your mane healthy, moisturized, and frizz-free.
2. Another reason why your hair is frizzing is because you are not deep conditioning it regularly, if at all. Deep conditioning your hair is very essential in your hair care routine, especially in the winter time when your hair can get extremely dry. A deep conditioner is great for moisturizing and nourishing your hair. In particular, our Dry Hair Solution Deep Conditioner has high moisturizing properties that will enhance your curl definition and reduce frizz!
3. One last thing … what are you using to dry your hair? If you are using a cotton towel, it can go right in the trash with your sulfate-filled shampoo. Cotton towels are known to create frizz when you rub your hair against the towel. To avoid that, use a microfiber towel or t-shirt to dry your hair, as they are gentle on the hair and help clump your curls.
There you have it, the different things you can do to prevent frizz! These are our top three recommendations for you to start incorporating now. Always prioritize your hair and whenever you're feeling lazy, pull up this blog, read it over, and start deep conditioning. Now that you’ve gained some insight from us, we want to hear your thoughts. What do you do to prevent frizz? Let us know in the comment section below!