Friday, 18 February 2011

tips to treat frizzy hair.......

Everyone wants to have great hair. Unfortunately, some people experience problems like frizzy hair. When your hair is frizzy it may be a sign that your hair lacks moisture or has become damaged from excessive application of chemical hair products. But you don’t have to worry because you can still treat the problem of frizzy hair. There are natural hair care treatments like Argan oil products that can nourish and moisturize your hair.

To treat frizzy hair, you should deep condition your hair weekly, apply a hair mask, apply leave-on conditioners, avoid over-washing and over-shampooing, and avoid heat-styling devices.

The root cause of frizzy hair is lack of moisture. Deep conditioning your hair weekly is one of the best ways to moisturize your hair. If you don’t have the time or budget to go to a beauty salon, you can deep condition your hair at home. There are deep conditioners available at the supermarket. Follow the instructions specified in the product. Typically, this involves applying the conditioner to your hair after shampooing and leaving it on from 15 minutes to an hour. You can also make a deep conditioning hair treatment at home using eggs and mayonnaise. Shoulder-length hair typically needs one egg mixed with a half-cup mayonnaise. You can increase or decrease the ratio of these 2 ingredients depending on the length of your hair. After mixing the ingredients together, apply the resulting mixture to your hair. Leave the application on your hair for about 30 to 45 minutes and use a shower cap to cover your hair; wash your hair thoroughly afterwards.

Heat styling devices are another major cause of damaged hair, and damaged hair looks frizzy and dry. If you can’t avoid using heat-styling devices like curlers and hair irons, then at least minimize your usage of these appliances as much as possible.
The secret to great hair is to take care of it properly and invest in the right natural hair care products.

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