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Frizzy Hair Remedies

Frizzy Hair Remedies

Follow these simple steps at home to combat frizzy hair. Using ingredients from your own kitchen cupboard, give your hair the moisture it deserves.

I'm going to be telling you about some remedies for your frizzy hair today. This is Sue and you can see that she has got quite curly frizzy hair here which is styled to smooth it out a little bit. We are going to start with a few things you can do at home, oils that you can use to put in your hair, and give it some moisture from the inside out.

First of all, olive oil, which is something that most people have in their kitchen cupboard. Just put a few drops in your hands, warm it up, and then run it through the ends of your hair. You can even sleep with it in.

Once you wash your hair, shampoo it in the morning, keep doing that once a week and that should really give you some moisture for those curls. Another thing that people do tend to talk about is putting mayonnaise, egg yolk and things like that in your hair. It sounds a bit weird and a bit of an old wives tale but they do tend to work.

People do swear by them so you could give that a try as well. There are lots of products on the market for frizzy and curly hair. Something that I would definitely recommend is curl creams, something that is going to moisturise your hair as well as holding it into a style.

There are also hair oils that are specifically designed for curly hair, dry hair, damaged hair and coloured hair once like this - argan oil. Run it through the ends, same as you would with the olive oil, and wash it out in the morning. You can use it as a pre-shampoo treatment.

Put it all over your hair, leave it for twenty minutes with a towel wrapped around to keep the heat in, and then shampoo your hair as normal. You can even use it as a pre-styling product. Put it in, style your hair as you normally would and just leave it in.

It will give you some more smoothness and shine. .