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What To Know About Managing Frizzy Curls

by Chelsea Castonguay
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What To Know About Managing Frizzy Curls


Have you ever felt as though you've got a head full of frizz instead of curls? If so, you're not the only one. Curly hair can be really difficult to manage, and can often result in frizz. However, it doesn't have to be like that! Here's what to know about managing frizzy curls.

What To Know About Managing Frizzy Curls
Skip daily shampoos:

Washing your curls daily can actually lead to more frizz. Shampoo can strip curls of their natural oils, which leads to dryness. When you do shampoo, make sure to reach for a sulfate free shampoo to avoid any extra damage.

Use dry shampoo:

Skipping days between washes can make you feel as though your curls might look flat or oily. To avoid this, pick up a voluminizing dry shampoo. Not only will this help fluff your curls back up, it'll keep delicate strands from getting dragged down by excessive oil.

Always use conditioner:

We sometimes have curly girls tell us that they don't want to condition to avoid dragging their curls down. However, skipping on regular conditioners can actually lead to more dry, difficult to manage curls. Instead of picking up a conditioner  with heavy butters, opt for something ultra hydrating and more lightweight. This will leave frizzy curls hydrated and easier to manage.

Skip the blow dryer:

Without using a diffuser, blow dryers can actually be quite damaging to your delicate curls. The heat can cause moisture to quickly evaporate, leaving curls dry and difficult to manage. Use a dryer hood or a diffuser if you don't have time to allow your hair to air dry.

Use a protecting spray:

When you're taking care of your frizzy curls, especially when using heat, having a protecting spray is crucial. Frizzy curls can be prone to more damage than other curl types, so protecting them from damage is necessary. Pick up a lightweight oil spray, such as a macadamia oil, for extra hydration and protection. The same goes for styling gels; opt for one that contains a soft oil instead of alcohol or gels.

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