There's nothing quite like frizz to ruin a good hair day. Luckily there are a few easy tips and tricks that you can do to smooth frizz in your regular routine.
- If you already have frizz and want to spot treat it, apply a light oil like jojoba oil, which won't weigh your hair down.
- When washing and conditioning the hair, once all of the product has been removed I like to give my hair a final rinse with cold water, I find that it helps lock in my moisture.
- After I'm done washing my hair, I wrap my wet hair up in a t-shirt -- not a towel! A microfiber towel works too, but you probably have an old t-shirt lying around the house that would work.
- When drying your hair with the t-shirt, don't rub your hair with the t-shirt, don't cause friction between your curls because that will lead to frizz. Instead, I blot and gently scrunch my hair.
- To style the hair, apply your styler and then do not touch! Let your hair dry 110% before you start to touch it, whether you're scrunching them for soft, touchable hold or releasing the cast of your styling product. Wait until they're dry.
- If you do all of this and you're still experiencing frizz, then maybe your curls still aren't getting the moisture they need. To quench their thirst use a deep conditioner like DevaCurl's Heaven in Hair or SheaMoisture's Raw Shea Butter Deep Treatment Masque.
- And if all of the above does not work and your hair is always frizzy, then it may be time to get a trim. If you recently had a trim and just want to maintain your ends, then perhaps try the Search & Destroy Method.