Humid days, frizzy hair: what’s a girl to do? Luckily, there are ways to combat even the most humid summer days.
Follow these tips and get shiny, healthy, frizz-free hair!
- Healthy diet. The first thing you need to know about hair is that your diet really does affect it. Maintaining a healthy diet includes eating right and taking vitamins. Protein helps strengthen your hair and improve color and shine. You should also start including flaxseed oils into your diet because the omega-3 fatty acids help keep hair and nails moisturized. We recommend Keranique Daily Essentials vitamins – they really are amazing and really help to keep your hair and nails looking healthier and stronger.
- Moisturize. Hair frizzes up in humidity because it’s dry and it’s trying to suck up the moisture in the air. Keep hair moisturized by adding a little leave in conditioner on those humid days.
- Cold water. Rinse your hair with cold water at the end of your shower to promote shine.
- Don’t shampoo your hair every single day. This will strip oils and nutrients that keep your hair and scalp healthy. If you’re like me and can’t go a day without washing your hair, skip the shampoo and use only conditioner certain days out of the week.
- Avoid brushes. Especially hard metal ones because they cause scalp damage. Opt for a wide tooth comb instead.
- Use a quality shampoo & conditioner. When choosing a shampoo, aim for natural ingredients and try to avoid ingredients like sodium lauryl sulfate.
- Use hair masks and oil treatments. Using a hair mask or oil treatment at least once a week to help keep hair well moisturized and repair damage caused by heat and styling.
- Frequent trims. Getting a trim every 4-6 weeks helps keep split ends in control, which is an absolute must for healthy looking hair.
- Use the correct hair accessories. Use hair ties that aren’t bonded by metal to prevent breakage.
- Step away from the towel. Don’t rub your hair with a towel to dry since this causes split ends and frizz. Do your makeup first and allow your hair to air dry a little before you expose it to the heat and damage you cause when styling your hair.
- Apply shampoo to your roots only. This is where you have the extra oil. The rest of your hair will get washed and cleaned as you rinse your shampoo away. Then, apply conditioner just to your ends so that it doesn’t get weighed down at your roots, leaving you with a more voluminous look.To learn more, visit Keranique, at HSN