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Does the advent of every new season or harsh products make your hair frizzy? Well, none of you can escape hair frizz every now and then. However, if the frizz is making your hair unmanageable or you want softer hair for that big event, this article is for you.

Keep scrolling to know how you can manage frizzy hair and turn it smoother and shinier.

What Is Frizzy Hair Exactly?

When your hair is damaged, dry or is put through chemicals, the outer layer or cuticle rises making way for moisture to enter the strand. The result of this is expansion and frizz. Frizzy hair strands stick out from the rest of your hair. They refuse to adopt the same texture as the remaining locks.

Types Of Frizzy Hair

Frizzy hair is different from your natural hair texture. That said, there are variations of frizzy hair:

1. Surface frizz

Surface frizz appears on the outside of your hair and seems like a static around your hair.

2. Halo frizz

Halo frizz appears on the top part of your hair. If you sometimes feel like there is a crown made of hair strands, its halo frizz!

3. Frizz at the ends

Frizz that occurs at the end of your hair strands like split ends. This kind of frizz makes hair weaker and brittle.

4. Pouf ball frizz

This is a kind of frizz that occurs on the top of your hair, underneath and throughout your hair. It gives an illusion that your hair is a pouf ball.

What Causes Hair To Frizz?

1. Genetics

The genetic makeup of your hair can cause frizzy hair. Curly hair and wavy hair tend to get a lot more frizzier when compared to straight hair. Your hair type is determined by the shape of your hair follicle. If you have a rounded follicle, your hair grows straight. If you have flat hair follicles, your hair type becomes wavy or curly, making it more prone to frizz.

2. Damage

Damaged hair is usually frizzy. Extreme heat styling, coloring, over washing, rough brushing and pollutants cause damage and dryness to the hair. Heat styling using blow dryers, flat irons and curlers strips off natural oils from your scalp. Chemicals in dyes, perming and other hair treatments can also cause damage and frizz.

3. Humidity

Humidity is the most common and top cause of frizzy hair. We know that the moisture in the air causes frizz, but what's the science behind it? The high levels of hydrogen in humidity forms bonds with water molecules and proteins in the hair. This causes the frizz.

4. Dryness

Dry hair lacks moisture and tries to absorb all the moisture from the air. If you go out in humidity, dry hair becomes extremely frizzy. This is the reason why curly and wavy hair tends to get frizzy because it is already dry.

How To Fix Frizzy Hair?

1. Salon Keratin Treatment

Keratin is a structural protein needed for healthy hair. Keratin salon treatments ensure soft, frizz free and shiny hair that can last up to several months.

2. Hair Masks

Hair masks to treat frizzy hair contain hydrating ingredients. These are deep conditioning masks that have stronger ingredients and longer leave-on time.

3. Hair Care Products

A. Shampoos

Choose gentle shampoos to wash your hair. Even better, look for shampoos that suit your hair type. Avoid sulfate shampoos as they can damage your hair over time and cause frizziness. Look for shampoos with glycerin. Glycerin is a humectant that can attract moisture from the air and lock in your hair locks.

B. Conditioner

Conditioner is an essential hair care ingredient. It adds a layer of protection to your hair and prevents frizz.

Pro tip:

Apply conditioner on your hair strands leaving out the scalp area. Work your way through the middle section. You don't really need to apply conditioner to the tips of your hair. Rinsing does this job.

C. Serum

Don't skip heat protectant serums just because you are in a rush or are lazy. Such serums make styling a bit safer and prevent the frizz.

D. Frizz-smoothing hair sheets

Use frizz-smoothing hair sheets to prevent those flyaways and frizz. These sheets contain ingredients like coconut oil and shea butter that help in keeping the hair soft and shiny.

4. Diffuser In Hair Heat Tools

Use a diffuser in your blow dryer. Diffuser limits the amount of heat touching your hair and the forceful hitting. It creates less friction and frizz.

5. Haircuts For Frizzy Hair

Medium length and long hair cuts eliminate puffiness and frizz. Talk to your stylist about your hair type, face shape and frizz-minimizing cuts.

Home Remedies For Frizzy Hair

1. Almond oil and egg

Mix 1/4 cup of almond oil with one raw egg. Apply on the scalp and hair, rise with a shampoo after 40 minutes. Almond oil is an emollient and egg provides protein to frizzy hair.

2. Avocado and yogurt

Mix avocado and yogurt to make a fine paste and apply it on your hair. Wash it with your regular shampoo and conditioner. While yogurt acts like a conditioner, avocado provides vitamins to your frizzy hair.

3. Mayonnaise

Love mayonnaise on your sandwiches and salads? Give it to your frizzy hair too. Coat your hair with a mixture of mayonnaise, almond oil and egg and wash later. It not only controls frizz but also adds shines to your hair.

4. Coconut oil and vitamin E

Apply coconut oil mixed with a few drops of vitamin oil and leave it on for a few hours. Wash with your regular shampoo. Coconut oil conditions your hair and vitamin E fights damage and frizz in your hair.

Frizzy Hair Prevention Tips


  • Sleep on silk pillowcases to prevent frizz. It creates less friction, dryness, breakage and frizz.
  • Get your hair trimmed every 4-8 weeks to steer clear of split ends, breakage and frizz.
  • Use a mascara wand on flyaways. Spray an alcohol-free hair spray on the mascara wand and run it through frizzy hair strands to soften them out.
  • Put aside hair towels if you have frizzy hair. Cotton towels create friction in the hair leading to frizz and breakage. Use a microfibre towel, or a soft t-shirt or just air dry your hair.


  • Do not wash your hair with hot water as it rips off natural oils from your scalp and causes cuticles to rise up, creating frizz.
  • Try and avoid heat styling tools like straighteners, curlers and blow dryers.
  • Don’t brush your hair when it is dry especially when you have wavy and curly hair. Use a wide tooth comb to brush your hair when it is still damp.

How To Brush Frizzy Hair?

  • It is important to go back and examine your hair care basics. Curly and wavy hair is more prone to frizz. Use a wide-tooth comb instead of your regular hair brush. If you have straight hair, use a paddle brush to comb your hair.
  • After a shower, the ideal time to comb your hair would be when it is partly wet.
  • Use a leave in conditioner before starting out to comb.
  • Be gentle while combing, do not apply pressure.
  • Start with lower sections of your hair and work your way up.

Wrapping Up

There you go. The ultimate guide to managing frizzy hair is now on your fingertips. Understand the cause of your frizzy hair and opt for treatment methods accordingly. Avoiding harsh heat and products along with regular hair care and application of masks once in a while goes a long way in taming your frizzy hair.

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