Did you know that your towel is one of the main reasons for frizzy hair? Try using an old cotton T-shirt instead. This will not just reduce frizz but also improve the overall condition of your hair. Another thing that really helped me fight the frizz is using the blotting motion instead of rubbing motion to dry the hair.
After Shower: After your shower it۪s important to use a leave in cream to help close the hair follicle. Invest in a good serum or leave-in cream, like the BBLUNT۪s Climate Control Anti-Frizz Leave-In Cream. This leave in cream is meant to keep the frizz away by giving you smoother, softer hair plus it will also protect your hair from heat damage. Make sure to apply it on damp hair. Another good tip would be to stay away from gels or mousses, which can over-dry your hair causing it to frizz.
After A Day:
Washing your dry frizzy hair daily will only make matters worse. Try using a dry shampoo to extend the time between your washes. BBLUNT Back To Life Dry Shampoo For Instant Freshness absorbs excess grease and grime from your scalp, plus adds texture and volume to your hair. Just hold it 6 inches away from your roots, spray it generously, massage gently using your fingers and you۪re good to go.
When Things Go Out Of Hands:
On days when nothing else works, try the good old pony tail. To make sure your pony tail looks sleek and on pointtry spraying an old mascara wand or an unused toothbrush with BBLUNT Spotlight Hair Polish For Instant Shineand you'll be able to use the want/toothbrush as a comb to tackle those pesky flyaways. This product will add shine & gloss to your overall look and keep the do in its place.
Frizzy hair is a cry for oil nourishment and moisturizing. Thankfully hair-experts like BBLUNT have come to our rescue with their products specially designed Indian hair and weather helping us prep & style our hair the way we want. Hope these tips help you achieve fabulous, frizz free hair this season. Stay gorgeous! - See more at: http://www.littlemisssinner.com/2016/01/how-to-control-frizzy-hair-this-season.html#sthash.rfY5hl9F.dpuf