Anti Frizz your hair
Heat styling and humidity can contribute to locks taking on a life of their own. But having a naturally wonderful hair is a blessing we all crave for especially when the humid months are just around the corner. The solution to frizz control is to manage strands, destroy dryness, and find a way to smooth flyaways—all without weighing hair down by applying too much product.
Frizz is a cry for nourishment and moisture. There are many things you can do to tame it, starting off with ensuring that you are eating right and drinking enough water. Once you have those two things down, you need to treat your hair to some good old fashioned TLC with regular oiling and hair masks.
Try these natural remedies to ease out the frizz.
Almond oil and egg
Combine the almond oil and one egg until you get a smooth mixture. Section your hair and start applying the mixture to your scalp and through the length of your hair. Wait for 40 minutes and then rinse your hair as usual. Use a good shampoo and conditioner, preferably one without sulfates. Apply this once a week. Almond oil acts as a natural hair emollient and conditioner, while the egg repairs damage in the hair shaft with its high protein content.
Mash the banana until there are no lumps and to it add the honey and oil to form a smooth paste. Apply the mixture all over your scalp and hair, and leave it on for 20-25 minutes. Rinse thoroughly with shampoo and conditioner.
Use this mask once a week for hair that is extremely frizzy. Bananas are great for hair conditioning, especially when it is combined with honey.
Lemon and Honey
Combine lemon and honey and pour it through freshly washed hair. Massage your scalp for a couple of minutes and then let the mixture sit for an additional 10 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water and shampoo. Use this hair mask once every two weeks. Ensure that you use other conditioning hair masks during the rest of the week. The mask removes dirt and grime from the hair shaft which improves cuticle health; reducing frizz. The rich vitamin C content also helps boost hair growth while the bleaching agents can give you some natural and subtle highlights.
Apple Cider Vinegar
Mix the apple cider vinegar with cool water and set it aside in a jug. Wash your hair with shampoo and then rinse your hair with the diluted solution. Let it sit in your hair for a few minutes and then finish with conditioner. Repeat this treatment once every week. Apple cider vinegar helps in balancing the pH level of your hair and closes any open cuticles, making your hair more adept at holding moisture. It also removes the build-up of dirt and grease, adding shine to your hair.