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How to minimize frizz naturally

by Chelsea Castonguay
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If you have curly hair, summer is probably one of the harder seasons on your strands. The heat and sun can really take its toll on curls, but fortunately there are some things you can do to combat the elements. This is how to minimize frizz naturally. Give these suggestions a try, and let us know if there's anything you'd add!

Moisturize:
Even though the humidity can make you feel as though you're drinking in water, it can still be really hard on curls. This is because your strands will seek water from the air, especially if they're dry. When that happens, your curls' cuticles will expand, allowing water in, and creating frizz. As a result, you'll need to make sure you're regularly moisturizing your curls. Make sure you're not skipping your deep conditioning treatments, and you're using leave-in conditioners frequently.

Protect:

Believe it or not, hair can be susceptible to the effects of the sun and its harmful rays. If you haven't yet, investing in some SPF hats, or other means of covering your curls, such as scarves, can be beneficial to keeping your strands from drying out. If you're going to hit the pool, protect your strands from chlorine by wearing a cap, or putting your strands in a protective style. You can also use grapeseed oil in your curls, which helps naturally protect your strands from heat and sun damage. It works great for most types of curls.

Hydrate:

Even though it's incredibly important to hydrate your curls regularly, healthy curls start from the inside out. Therefore, if you want to defeat frizz, you need to hydrate yourself. Start by increasing your daily intake of water, and try to limit caffeine and sugars. Additionally, foods that are rich in water can help your curls and body stay more hydrated, so load up on watermelons and cucumbers, especially during the summer season.

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