Frizzy hair makes you look less ready, isn’t it? Taming frizzy hair caused by dryness can be difficult, especially if you’re living in a humid environment. Dry hair has rough cuticles, and when the climate is humid, the combination brings in the frizz effortlessly.
Many anti-frizz hair products available claim to keep frizz at the minimum. But sometimes, no matter which one you use on your hair to make it look groomed, nothing works at all.
Is there something you have no idea about, that’s ruining the health of your hair?
Well, the dermatologists at Cureskin have revealed certain common beauty practices that are responsible for damaging the health and beauty of your hair. For a real solution to your frizzy hair, click here. To discover the 7 bad habits ruining the health of your hair, read further.
7 Bad Hair Care Habits That Makes Your Hair Frizzier.
- Using shampoos that have chemicals like sulfates
Sulfate is a strong detergent that is often added to shampoos. Sulfate not just cleans the dirt, it can also strip hair of natural oils and dry out your hair leading to frizz.
What To Do: Use sulfate-free shampoos and conditioners, recommended by a Dermatologist.
- Using alcohol-based hair products
Alcohol dries out your hair, leaving it brittle and frizz-prone.
What To Do: Try using hair styling oils/creams without alcohol as it helps lock in moisture and protects the shine of your hair.
- Taking head-bath in super hot water
When you wash your hair with hot water, it strips the hair of the natural oils, which is a necessary ingredient to maintain moisture in your hair and keep it smooth.
What To Do: Always take a bath in cold or lukewarm water.
- Repeatedly touching your hair too much
Playing with your hair too much, especially when it’s wet spoils the natural curls or wave patterns it has. When the curl loses its definition, it can get frizzy.
What To Do: Keep your hands off your hair.
- Drying your hair with a towel
The habit of crushing your wet hair up in a towel to dry it causes frizzy hair. It causes rough hair cuticles that don’t align with your other hair strands.
What To Do: Let your hair air dry.
- Overusing heat hair styling tools
Constant use of blow dryers, flat irons, or curling iron to style your hair damages your hair and strips it of moisture causing your hair to frizz.
What To Do: Minimize the use of heated styling tools (if you can) and let your hair air dry naturally. Protect your hair with a thermal protectant spray before heat styling.
- Over Brushing your hair
Brush your hair only to untangle your locks. Over-brushing, hair stretches your strands and damages your hair causing frizz.
What To Do: Gently brush your hair only when needed from root to hair tips to distribute naturally occurring scalp oils. Do not rip it through.
Conclusion: The right thing TO DO to keep the frizz away?
The first step is to identify your hair type first. Is it fine? Curly or wavy? Damaged, oily, or dry? Having this sorted will help you choose the hair product that is the most appropriate for your hair. You can also get a customized hair care kit from Dermatologists for your hair type. Download CureSkin App