Frizzy hair can be tamed using a high-quality leave-in conditioner, applying a color conditioning gloss, using good heat tools to seal the cuticle and using silicone-based styling products. Tame frizzy hair, which expands when exposed to moisture, with advice from a professional hair stylist in this free video on hair care.
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Hi I'm Amelia and I'm here to give you some tips on frizzy hair. If you've noticed that you've got a lot of frizz, you're probably on the dry side so you're going to want to use a deep conditioning treatment. I like a good leave in because it's going to add moisture at the time. So this you're going to want to apply when your hair is wet. Another thing that you can do is you can use a color conditioning gloss. Frederic Fekkai makes one, John Frieda makes ones, Natural Instincts makes one, just a clear conditioning color gloss, you put it on, you leave it in 10, 15 minutes, what it does is actually seals the cuticle, adds some shine, covers it up. So what that's going to do is that's going to smooth out that frizziness. Another great thing with controlling frizz, I'm a big believer in heat tools because what it's going to do is it's really going to help compact that cuticle because basically what frizz is is moisture gets into the cuticle and causes that hair to swell. So whenever you are using any type of heat you're going to want to make sure that you use a heat protective product. Comb that hair and then take that nice iron and tame that frizz. As you can see, big difference between the two pieces of hair. Now another thing that works great are your silicone based products. You can tell them because in the ingredients you've got things like dimethicone, cyclomethicone, they look like this, clear, you emulsify them and then you just run them through. And you can also use these prior to flat ironing or after, they give great shine and they help control frizz. So basically deep conditioning treatments, you want to maintain those, thermal protectants to cut down on the damage because damage looks frizzier. Also you may also want to consider changing the color. Blond hair can sometimes look a little frizzier then darker hair. Dark hair tends to reflect more light so it's shinier. Weekly color glosses or monthly color glosses, weekly shine glosses to help coat that hair shine. So those are some tips for you to help maintain and or I should say help control some of the frizz in your hair.