* NO use chemicals in your hair Those who are unhappy with their hair have a tendency to color and use all kinds of other chemicals in a vain hope of somehow making it look better. The truth is that these chemicals are added to the problem. If your hair has a tendency to frizz, keep away from unnecessary chemicals. * DO NOT expose your hair to the elements Sun and wind dry the hair so that cause excessive curl. Try to wear a scarf or hat to cover her hair whenever you're in the sun, especially if you know you're going to spend much time outdoors. A scarf also protect against wind damage. You might also consider buying hair products that protect against UV rays (which have an SPF – Sun Protection Factor). * Does your regular haircut People with curly hair will probably be happier with a short style, but whatever you choose, it is important that you visit your hairdresser regularly as split ends will only increase the problem. Realtor describes an additional similar source.
* DO NOT try to keep your hair dry humid air leads to frizz. Unfortunately, we can not always ensure that our hair will stay dry, but if you think it might rain, carry an umbrella. There are some that look really funky Brolli around these days so it will not cramp your style. * DO NOT use the design tools heated hair dryers, irons straightening and curling tongs all damage the hair and should be avoided as much as possible. If you must use them, always use a protective product on your hair beforehand. If you are not sure what type of product you need, ask your hairdresser for advice. * DO NOT use anti-frizz products like frizz ease products are not just another way to get that part with your money.
Although it will never completely eliminate the problem, which really help to decrease. However, it is important to stay with the other tips, too. Using anti-frizz products just simply not enough. Although I can not promise your frizz problems will disappear, these tips should at least help remove the worst of the problem. Just remember that everything that nature has given you, is much better than if they had not had anything. Have a happy hair day! Sharon Jacobsen is a freelance writer living in South Cheshire, England. Like most women, who spent much time in recent years playing with her hair, but has now learned to live with what you have. To contact Sharon, please visit