Have you been blessed with wild, frizzy hair? I sure have. Here are some of the ways to get a handle on your frizzy hair.
Shampoo & Conditioner
Are you using the right shampoo and conditioner for your hair type? Your shampoo is your first line of defense against frizz. When your hair is frizzy, it is because your hair is dry, and it is absorbing all the moisture it can. Thus, unruly frizz. I suggest using John Frieda’s Frizz Ease Daily Nourishment Shampoo and Conditioner. You will be surprised at the amount of good using a reliable brand of anti-frizz products changes your hair. You can find it here in a great three pack.
A serum is a fantastic second step in preventing frizzy, annoying hair. You put it on your hair right after you get out of the shower, while your hair is wet. The serum then locks in moisture and prevents frizz by being a barrier to the elements. And it smells good. John Frieda’s Original Hair Serum or Extra Strength Serum are both fantastic. You can find them at Target here.
Are you surprised to learn that certain vitamins are good for your hair? Many already know that a B vitamin called Biotin is excellent for hair health and growth. You can get this vitamin from meat, dark leafy greens, and fish. Vitamin A is vital for hair health. Vitamin A also helps skin glands make an oily substance called sebum. Sebum moisturizes the scalp and helps keep hair healthy. Sources of Vitamin A are carrots, sweet potatoes, and peppers. Vitamin C contributes to creating collagen which will help with hair damage and aging. Lastly, Vitamin D is important because low levels of Vitamin D can cause alopecia. Vitamin D’s role is to promote hair growth, including making new hair follicles. Vitamin D is found in the rays of the sunshine, fish, and fortified cereals and milk.
With these tips, you should be frizz-free in no time.