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Haircare Secrets: What Really Causes Frizz

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I constantly hear ladies blaming their fly-aways on the humidity or the changing season. I’ve got some bad news: the true culprit of frizz isn’t the weather. Here’s a mini-course on frizzy hair, its causes and solutions.

Some hair textures have a natural tendency toward frizz, while others do not. But genetics aren’t entirely to blame: frizz is caused by lack of hydration, so you may not have naturally frizzy hair but have frizzy symptoms due to dehydrated strands.

Frizz Fro How To Fix Frizzy HairYou can combat frizz by using a protein-based conditioner like Ouidad Moisture Lock Leave-In, which also uses natural arnica and prickly pear cactus to promote long-lasting hydration and seal the cuticle layer.

Naturally frizzy hair is more difficult to handle because the hair itself is the culprit. Naturally frizzy hair comes in two types:

  1. Wiry hair with a slight wave or curl shape: this hair type is naturally frizzy because its coarse resistant structure hinders a curl or wave pattern.
  2. Fine, tiny, Z-shaped strands: this hair type expands because the fineness prevents it from holding a shape.

Either type of naturally frizzy hair can be calmed with a softening treatment from a hair salon. The softening process is a very gentle chemical relaxing combined with a customized deep conditioning treatment that makes each hair curl rather than frizz. Result: a looser curl pattern that allows for a completely customized curl or wave – meaning frizz-free waves, bouncy ringlets or voluptuous volume is attainable. You can have this process done three times a year.

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