How to get rid of frizzy hair in humid weather?
I live in a very dry state, so my hair is normally super flat, but I'm moving to North Carolina soon and my hair hates the humidity there. I even get stopped by the people with hair straighteners at the mall. Lol. I've tried serums and leave in conditioner and nothing seems to work. D: And straightening my hair only seems to make it worse. Is there any like, super amazing mouse or something I could use? Haha.
Asked By: NєєɗYoʋNoɯ→♥™ - 11/20/2011
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I had the EXACT same problem, my hair is super frizzy. It makes it worse if you blow dry too close to your hair. There are a couple options, the healthiest way is to get the product Frizz-ease by John Freida It helps your hair but doesn't do a complete job. Another option is to get a relaxer on your hair I would get it... More
Answered By: 142376 - 11/27/2011
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Try a hot oil treatment! Go to your local salon to get it done, and they can suggest to you their best products! It's not too much money, and I can assure you that it will be well worth it. I would also consider getting a hot oil treatment at least every month or so. This will keep your hair fresh, clean, and not... More
Answered By: Danielle - 11/20/2011
Try Garnier Fructis products, they have this amazing hair-smoothing milk that you run through your hair and it makes it all smooth. And your hair is not used to the humidity, but it'll get better as it gets used to the weather. You should try living in Kansas!!!
Answered By: Jackie - 11/20/2011
dont worrie, i have frizzy hair too.. lol. and i take a nonsented lotion and put a little dab in the palm of my hand and rub in in just to my palms and run your palms over your hair, this works for me and you can vary the amount you use by how much hair you have. (:
Answered By: Cheyenne - 11/20/2011
you could try chemically straightening it which makes it permanently straight. the only problem is it can get expensive and you have to keep going back to get the roots touched up. i have hair that's so frizzy and curly that you literally can't get a comb through it unless its totally soaked. it worked for me... More
Answered By: Malorie - 11/20/2011
Hi there(: I flat iron my hair everyday, and on a humid day it looks like this, lol... More
Answered By: CheerLilXo - 11/20/2011
You can get rid of thr frizz in your hair using Pro Naturals Moroccan Oil Hair Treatment with Heat Protector, it helps strengthen the hair that's prone to breakage, splitting or snapping off, gently smoothes the hair, reduces Frizz and helps prevent heat damage, plus leaves hair healthy, shiny and resilient. Check it... More
Answered By: Kris Kelly - 11/21/2011
I recommend a very good product to help you get rid of frizz and keep your hair healthy, shiny and resilient, it's Pro Naturals Moroccan Oil hair treatment with heat protector smoothes the cuticles and helps fortify hair that is prone to breaking, split ends and supplies hair nutrients. Provides heat protection against... More
Answered By: Mary Ask - 11/21/2011
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