In case you didn’t know, it is the water in the air that causes hair to appear Frizzy. Even though you think that your hair is dry, the chances are that it isn’t.
Hair holds allot of moisture, and when you let your hair air dry, it might appear dry, but it usually is not, and this will cause your hair to look frizzy.
To avoid this problem, you have to dry and smooth it at the same time (this can be done by blow-drying it).
After blow-drying your hair, if it still appears frizzy, then try to smooth the hair at the same time as you blow-dry it.
If you do this, then the styled hair will last twice as long. Below I will give you a few tips so you can get the same great results at home during COVID-19
- Take your brush, and after rubbing in your favorite hair smoothing product for your hairbrush your hair parallel with your head whether this would be the sides of your hair or the top of your head, this is not very easy at first, but once you get the hang of it, it will be a lot easier.
- Your blow dryer must have a nozzle on end to keep the air that comes out controlled to reduce static and frizz. The right blow dryer should have a lot of power to help speed the water molecules to dry faster. Your blow dryer should be held at a 45-degree angle to the brush, not 90 degrees. Keeping the nozzle on the right angle also requires some focus, and if you do it right, it will provide excellent results.
- Use smoothing treatments such as keratine or similar products that you can use at home will help to reduce frizz and reduce drying time by 75% with little or no effort at all. Using hair treatments that will help you reduce frizz is an essential step and easiest way to reduce frizz. You can do some of these treatments at home, such as express treatments, etc. Also, add weekly hydration treatments such as hair collagen to add some smoothness, shine, and strength to your hair.
Stay home stay safe!