1. DAMAGED HAIR
Damaged hair bonds mean the hair cuticles are never laying flat thus creating a frizzy texture in comparison to a healthy bond that lays flat and has a smoother feel. These lifted cuticles are more susceptible to snapping, causing those annoying little flyaways! Damaged hair is usually more porous which means it absorbs moisture quicker, you would think this is a good thing but this means the hair absorbs the moisture but doesn’t retain it so is in constant need of moisture.
We all remember the friend's episode with Monica’s iconic frizzy hair. This is more likely to happen to those of us with a courser/dryer hair texture. Similar to damaged hair it tends to be more porous and craves moisture so, when it’s humid it tries to absorb the water in the air cause if the hair cuticles to bloat, thus the frizz is born.
1. CUT YOUR DEAD ENDS!! (And that’s a hack for not only your hair)
2. LIMIT HEAT USAGE (try a heatless curler!)
3. CONDITION YOUR HAIR
4. SWITCH TO MICROFIBRE TOWEL
5. GET YOURSELF SOME SILK (or satin for a vegan-friendly option)