10 Must-know tips for frizz-free and drama-free hair

How to get rid of frizzy hair naturally? If your hair is prone to dryness, then you know the pain of frizz. It means your hairstyles always look messy and it’s a real pain to brush in the morning too. Read these 10 tips on how to de-frizz your hair:

1. No-poo method

If you’re willing to put up with a few weeks to a couple of months of oily or messy hair in exchange for the healthiest, most manageable hair you’ve ever had in your life, you might be interested in the no-poo method. Don’t worry, it has nothing to do with going to the bathroom. It means you don’t use any store bought shampoo or conditioner products. These things, while having nice short term effects, damage your hair in the long run. They strip your hair and scalp of the oils they produce naturally and over time, you become more dependent on them, and your hair becomes really gross until you wash it. Many people now don’t use shop bought products at all, swapping them out for natural products instead; and although the transitional period can be nasty, the final result is natural, clean hair that’s never too oily, never too dry, much faster to grow and much easier to brush.

2. Baking soda

If you’re looking for an alternative to shampoo to get your hair clean, a paste made up of water and baking soda does the trick and prevents dandruff. It is also a little strong so it’s only really recommended that you use it every few weeks or once a week while you’re getting away from shampoo.

3. Cacao power or corn flour

The reason this is an ‘or’ is because it depends on your hair. For light hair, use corn flour and for dark use cacao powder. Just rub a little bit into dry hair to clean your scalp without drying out your hair.

4. Apple cider vinegar

This stuff makes a good hair mask and conditioner combination when mixed with coconut oil. Your hair will be clean and soft afterwards and free of frizz. Just apply the mixture to your hair, keep it on for about 30 minutes, then wash off.

5. Coconut oil

Another good treatment on how to get rid of frizzy hair naturally is to use coconut oil. This is honestly one of the best things you can put in your hair. You can leave it in overnight as a treatment, apply it while in the shower or just run a little through dry hair. It will make your hair unbelievably soft and easy to brush. The one thing you need to watch out for is, if you put in too much, your hair might look like it’s wet.

6. Egg

How to get rid of frizzy hair naturally? Shampoo your hair with eggs. Egg can be a wonderful natural shampoo. Massage a whole egg or two in your hair for clean, soft and shiny locks. Just remember when you wash it out to use cool water or you might end up cooking a scramble into your scalp!

7. Chamomile tea and honey

If you want to lighten your hair up a bit, you don’t need to use a damaging dye that will cause dryness and frizz. Simply make some chamomile tea with honey and lather your hair with it, then sit in the sun for ten minutes or so. Do this every day and you’ll start to see a difference within a week.

8. Lemon and honey

For a very effective de-frizzing remedy, simply warm up some lemon juice and honey in a pot. Apply this to your hair for a few minutes before a shower. Your hair will be soft and smooth afterwards.

9. Avocado and banana mask

Another fabulous tip on how to get rid of frizzy hair naturally is to make a banana-avocado hair mask. Make a paste of banana and avocado and massage it into your hair for 20 minutes before rinsing out; finish up with the final rinse of the mixture of 1 liter of water and two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar. This is a great remedy for dry and frizzy hair.

10. Scalp massage

Dry hair can be caused by dry scalp from a lack of circulation. Massaging your scalp once or twice a day can quickly make it softer and help prevent dandruff. Do it in the shower, how you’d normally rub in shampoo but with just water.

How to get rid of frizzy hair naturally? What are your favorite tips?

Stay beautiful!

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