3 Ways to Fight Frizz in Any Weather
If you were anywhere on the east side of the country last week, chances are you experienced some rain. We're not talking about a little drizzle or afternoon shower - we're talking an all out downpour, raining sideways kind of rain.
This is the kind of rain that can ruin your hair no matter how hard you try to cover it with a hat or umbrella. Which is why when we saw the newest face of Chanel, Blake Lively, in New York with flawless strands in the midst of a monsoon, we were a tad annoyed.
Though Lively has attributed her hair to good genes time and time again, everyone can have frizz-free hair if they prep before the skies open. Try these three tips below:
For curly hair that frizzes easily, don't rinse all of your conditioner out when showering. By leaving a little bit in, you'll get more control over your curls by slightly weighing them down. Follow up with your usual styling products.
Before you blow-dry, apply a quarter-sized amount of styling cream to the ends of your hair, not all over (if you apply from the roots down, your just making your hair oily and not controlling the frizz, which starts the ends). Next, apply a styling gel to your entire head and dry.
In extreme weather glitches, like pouring rain and humidity - dry your hair 90 percent dry and let the rest air-dry. Remember to deep condition once a week to keep your hair hydrated dry hair can often come off as looking frizzy.
How do you fight frizzies when the weather is working against you? Post your tips and favorite products below.