Some call it bedhead, others call it frizz... We call it unnecessary. A sure way to limit struggling with your hair is by eliminating frizz.
So many of us have accepted frizz into our morning routines, allowing it to dictate daily hairstyles and hold us back from truly living confidently. Thankfully this no longer has to be the case!
It's important to know that your hair is made up of three layers, and when the outer layer (the cuticle) becomes raised due to moisture passing through it, hair looks dry, brittle or in other words, frizzy.
Check out some of the greatest DIY ways to get rid of frizz with any hair type.
Greatest DIY Ways To Get Rid Of Frizz
Yes - avocados! Not only are they tasty, they help your hair retain moisture! This is an all-natural (God sent) conditioner for dry and frizzy hair. It helps smooth out those fringed ends and revitalize your hair. Mix one avocado, 1/4 cups olive or coconut oil, and 1 tablespoon lemon juice. Cover your hair, and leave in for 20-30 minutes. This is great for every hair type! Plus, you can buy extra avocados and prepare guacamole while your hair reaps the benefits of avocado goodness.
This might sound crazy, but going longer in between washes can be a good thing. Shampoo dries out the natural moisture in your hair and causes you to condition afterwards. If you have curly hair, you can shampoo your hair as little as 2-3 times a week. For those with wavy or straight hair, pay attention to when your hair starts to feel too oily. Unless your hair is very thin, you shouldn’t need to shampoo every day.
The wonders of apple cider vinegar never cease to amaze! This rinse helps heal hair cuticles and give you a luscious shine. Mix one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar to ½ cup water and pour over damp hair. Gently brush your hair, and let it sit for about five minutes. Wash out.
The secret is satin!
The best way to get rid of frizz is a tried and true trick: sleeping on satin! Most of us own cotton pillowcases not knowing that we are stripping our hair of natural oils, and causing friction on our hair which leads to frizz and ultimately breakage and split-ends. One of the best ways to protect your hair at night is with a Satin-Lined Cap. The satin inside will keep your hair safe from cotton and other harsh fabrics that lead to messy morning hair. Now available in adjustable sizes, ready-to-wear turbans and warm styles made from wool for the colder months.
If the thought of sleeping in a stylish beanie doesn't sound appealing to you, you can still kiss bedhead goodbye with Grace Eleyae's luxurious satin pillowcases. The smooth satin will never add friction to your hair and allow your natural oils to stay where they belong - in your head.
Radiate your natural beauty with any of these DIY treatments to combat your frizz. You got this, girl!
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