Home Remedies for Frizzy Hair

Frizzy hair is an indication that your hair is not in a proper hydrated state. In other word, it does not have enough moisture that can keep it soft and smooth. It looks dull and rough all the time. Treating frizzy hair can be an expensive undertaking when it is done at a salon. Frizzy hair can bee easily treated at home with a few remedies.

These home remedies for frizzy hair can keep your hair manageable and healthy looking.

Cold Water

When you shower in very hot water the pores of your hair open to receive moisture. Unfortunately, after you step out of the shower, hair absorbs too much moisture and the pores stay open, causing frizzing.  This method is also applied to styling; once you’ve finished blowing your hair dry with heat, press down the cool air button and give your hair a final blast to seal in smoothness and lock out excess moisture.

Honey

Mix 1 tbsp. honey with 1 quart water. Pour it through freshly shampooed hair while it’s still wet. Condition as usual. Honey is a natural humectant, meaning it attracts and holds water molecules and can help to moisturize your hair.

Protein Mask

This frizzy hair home remedy will rehydrate your hair and smooth it down. Mix two egg yolks into 3½ ounces of warm water. Add three teaspoons clear honey, two drops of rosemary oil and three drops of sandalwood oil. Thoroughly stir the mixture and apply to your hair from roots to ends. Wrap hair in a shower cap or towel and leave on for one hour. Rinse out with lukewarm water and then towel-dry your hair. Use the protein pack twice weekly.

Beer

Beer is another great rinse option, and ranks third on our list of unconventional no-frizz tips. Beer replenishes moisture in your hair. Dark beers often provide the most nutrients and moisture. When doing the rinse, simply coat your hair with them and let it sit for a few minutes. When ready, rinse your hair with cold water—which will also help get rid of the smell.

Olive Oil

Shampoo and towel-dry your hair. Heat three tablespoons of olive in a stovetop saucepan or in the microwave. Gently work the olive oil into your hair and leave on for at least 30 minutes. Re-shampoo your hair and use your regular conditioner.

Vinegar

Use apple cider vinegar and water to rinse the hair after washing. Mix a solution of half vinegar half water. Massage the rinse into the scalp and leave it for one to five minutes before rinsing with lukewarm water. Vinegar helps to eliminate frizzy hair by smoothing the hair cuticle through balancing the pH level in the scalp.

Mayonnaise

Mayonnaise is a great tool for conditioning dry frizzy hair. Apply about ½ cup, depending on hair length, making sure that all hair is covered. Wrap your hair in a plastic cap to avoid mess and let it sit for about 20 minutes. Then simply rinse and shampoo and condition as usual.

Reduce Hair Styling Products

One of the most profound causes of frizzy hair is excess use of blow dryer. This is more applicable to individuals having thick frizzy hair. Blow drying hair is not at all recommended for curls, instead you can opt for air drying. Also, reduce the use of chemical-based hair products like mousse, gels, coloring kit, perming solution, etc. as far as possible.

Fruit Mask

Mix the fruit of one ripe avocado with one overripe banana. Massage the mask into your hair and leave on for 15 minutes. Rinse your hair in lukewarm water, then shampoo and condition and style as usual.

Minimize Shampooing Frequency

Needless to say, regular shampooing is essential to get rid of oily hair and also, to reduce dandruff. Nevertheless, overwashing and excess shampooing leaves the hair dry, making it susceptible to breakage. And if this happens in curly hair, frizz is the ultimate result. Considering this, reducing the use of shampoo can help treat dry frizzy hair to some extent.

Deep Conditioning Treatment

One of the effective  home remedies for frizzy hair is deep conditioning at least once a week. If you have colored or permed hair, you can increase the frequency of applying hair conditioner. After shampooing, when the hair is still moist, you can use a leave-in conditioner (not oil-based) to avoid that frizz look after drying.

Note

Home remedies are not a replacement for professional care. frizzy hair can be a symptom of an underlying health problem, such as a nutritional deficiency. If you are concerned about the condition of your hair, speak to your doctor or dermatologist.

As you can see,  home remedies for frizzy hair are simple to practice. So, do not waste time, appreciate your hair texture and start pampering your hair to make it look the way you want it to be. Good Luck!

 

 

 

 

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