FRIZZ!!Though some are born with dry, unruly hair, that state of wiriness usually stems from dehydration and damage from chemical processing, excessive heat styling, or UV exposure.
Anti-frizz products help to coat the hair shaft with a very thin layer of silicone which smooths and seals the hair cuticles, to prevent moisture loss. Most products are good on damp or dry hair, and can be used on tandem with other styling products. I started my anti-frizz war about 7 years ago back in high school. During then I was using the pure olive oil to fight the frizz. Well, nothing beats the old traditional way isn't it?
And the result? I got a black, shiny thus a bit oily hair. I always had this thick black hair since I was born and everytime I went into salon, my hairdresser will have the same comment: "your hair is so thick and dark". Some even commented that my hair looks my like a wig. Partially, I should thanks the olive oil for the dark black hair. ^_^
|Olive oil for hair|
|These are those anti-frizz fighters I used|
Here's a little tip to share being anti-frizz:
* Always follow the rule: A little goes a long-way
* A 10-cent coin size amount of serum is good enough for short to medium length hair
* A longer or thicker hair goes about 20-cent coin size amount of product
* Rub it between palms, then smooth over dry or kinky bits
Have a awesome Sunday and enjoy reading!