Get the Look: Taming Frizz Video
Follow these steps to get smooth and shiny hair.
Curly hair can be beautiful, but it could be difficult to manage. We're going to show you how to tame those out-of-control curls and get rid of frizz. Too much shampooing can dry out your hair. If you have to shampoo it everyday, make sure you use a moisturizing conditioner. If you can, wash your hair every other day or so. This will lock in the hair's natural oils and prevent it from drying out. When you're in the shower, use your fingers as a brush when the conditioner is still in. If you have time, leave the conditioner on your hair for a few minutes to make sure it really soaks in, then rinse. If your curls leave your hair with tangles, use a pick comb to loosen up the strand. Then towel dry your hair and apply an anti-frizz serum. Make sure you use enough to really work for your hair. When you blow-dry, use a round brush and a nozzle on the hairdryer. The nozzle directs the heat down the hair shaft smoothing it out. Make sure you blow-dry in a downward motion. If you're letting your hair dry naturally, try not to touch it too much especially on humid days. Too much contact defeats the purpose of the serum. To maintain this frizz-free look, keep some serum on hand to apply throughout the day. Pour just a few drops into your hands then smooth it over your hair for instant shine. The best way to prevent frizz from taking over life is to get a trim every 6 to 8 weeks. This will prevent split-ends, a major contributor to frizzy hair. Follow these steps and you're looking at a smooth and easy future, at least for your hair.