1. Rinse With Cold Water
After shampooing, rinse your hair in the coldest water possible to seal the hair follicles and help lock in moisture.
2. Use a Comb with Wet Hair
After shampooing, use a wide-tooth comb as hair is more elastic and can easily snap.
3. Use a Nozzle With Your Hair Dryer
Heating up your hair too high is your biggest enemy when trying to avoid frizz.
Make sure to use your dryer’s nozzle attachment.
Here’s how you dry your hair:
- Direct the heat down the hair shaft.
- Stop when your hair is about 90 percent dry.
- Let the rest of your hair air dry.
4. Style With a Boar Bristle Brush
Depending on your hair style, use a brush made of boar bristle (a large barrel brush can help smooth out longer hair).
This type of brush is made of natural fibre which hair reacts better to. Boar bristles also grip hair strands better and help to distribute the natural oils in your hair.
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