Fried and Frizzy Hair? Here’s How to Fix It

By  September 25, 2013

Fried and Frizzy Hair? Here's How to Fix It

1. Skip the heat treatments.
Applying heat to hair, whether it be with a blow-dryer, curling iron or straightening iron, is going to inevitably have negative effects if done excessively and without proper precaution. If your locks look fried, or unusually frizzy, it may be time to give them a break. Try rocking a natural style for a while to give your hair time to recover.

2. Invest in anti-breakage products.
Protect your hair against future damage and help turn the tide on current destruction by using products concentrated on helping dry, brittle hair. L’Oréal Triple Resist shampoo and conditioner works to nourish hair back to health so you can have vibrant, silky-soft strands once again. You’ll be rocking stronger locks before you know it too—the products have been proven to reduce hair fall due to breakage by 64 percent.

3. Conjure up a hair mask.
Create an at home hair mask using natural, chemical-free ingredients to hydrate hair without breaking the bank. Avocado, banana, extra-virgin olive oil, and mayonnaise are all solutions to achieve shinier hair. Apply your favorite to damp hair and let sit for 20 minutes before washing the product out.