What you are doing in the shower could be the cause of your frizz

What you are doing in the shower could be the cause of your frizz

If you have thin hair like me, you might find it annoying to deal with frizz every day, but no matter how many products you are using it seems like it's never enough. Could the shower be the one to blame for the frizz? 

What you are doing in the shower could be the cause of your frizz 

Some hair types might not have to deal with frizz, and some others simply don't care. But if your mane becomes untamable like mine, you know that frizz could be a little bit more annoying than just a bad hair day. Sometimes it feels like it is a bad hair week, but there could be something you can do to make it better.

If you are the steaming hot showers, you could be the victim of frizz. The water temperature can make your hair a little more messy than usual.

The heat and humidity strip the hair from its natural oils, drying it out and making it more prone to frizz. If your hair is naturally thin and on more on the dry side, hot water is your worst enemy. 

Apart from the inconvenience of unmanageable hair, hot water makes your hair more brittle and prone to breakage, and that is something that you should avoid at all costs. But don't fret about it, with a few tweaks to your shower routine, you can avoid ruining your precious locks. 

This is what you should do instead

This is how you fight against hair static. 

You don't need to have a cold shower, relax, but you could try lowering a notch the temperature of your regular showers, and once you've finished washing your hair, and applying a generous amount of conditioner rinse it with cold water. You can also limit the time your hair is exposed to water, especially if you are not down to lowering the temperature. Try using a cap when you are not washing your hair and limit the number of times you wash your hair a week. 

Make sure you choose products that are the right ones for your hair type, if you have natural curls, you can try the curly method, and if nd if it is straight you can try applying some natural oils to fight hair static

Aniela Dybiec

Aniela is a writer who loves art, makeup, and magick. She is also an amateur illustrator, a wellness fan and a vegetarian.+ info

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