Fighting frizz?!?!

Is frizz ruining your life? If you have curly hair, you probably experience frizzy hair on a daily basis.  Instead of weighing down your down with products, try carrying around a water bottle with a fine mist atomizer nozzle to spray on your curls throughout the day to keep them nice and tight.  Once you lightly dampen your hair, you can add your favorite serum onto the ends and scrunch your hair to bring out your natural wave.
Here are some tips when fighting frizz

1.  The more you touch your hair! The frizzier it gets! Stop touching it!

2.  Your ends may need a trim, that could be the real culprit to frizz!

3.  Try an apple cider vinegar rinse! It can leave your hair silky and shiny! FI’ll make a tutorial soon!

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Tell me all of your frizz-problems!!

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  1. Claudia Lopez
    Posted March 23, 2012 at 12:32 am | Permalink

    Hair BFF!
    I love my hair, I really do and I want to be as nice as possible to her but its hard to get along with her at times. I have naturally wavy/ curly long hair that I wish to learn how to tame. I wish there was a product out there that allowed me to get out of the shower and not have to diffuse it and still have to go back in with a curling iron to get that amazing J.Lo, Kardashian bodyful goddess hair I so adore! I love doing my hair like that and its become quite my signature look, but my schedule doesnt call for me to do my hair everuday nor would I dare put my hair through the trauma.
    Please Daven, help me help my hair.

    A girl in need of a miracle product,

    Claudia <3

  2. Chesey
    Posted March 23, 2012 at 7:39 am | Permalink

    Hi Daven,
    Thanks for the tips! But my hair is at the point where I’ve straightened it and blow dried it that now when I do blow dry it, it doesn’t curl as much as it use to, but if I leave it to air dry it will curl, frizz and POOF! lol
    I try to braid my hair at night to give it more of a wave in the morning, and try not to straighten my hair as much, but I don’t know if I am using the right products. I am not very rich and the only hair products I have are CHI Silk Infusion, CHI Straight Guard, Got2b heat protectant, and got2b fat-tastic root-boosting spray.
    I am also trying to grow my hair out long so that is why I am also trying not to use too much heat, plus my hair is so thick, now that it is hot out, i just throw it up in a ponytail because if I dont the bottom layer by my neck will get wet from me sweating.
    I would love some advice,

    CHELSEY! x0x

  3. Xime
    Posted March 23, 2012 at 7:51 am | Permalink

    Hi Daven! :D
    My hair is very delicate and fine, I still don’t know how to control it, and frizz is one of my biggest problems. It looks more straight than curl and when I try to keep it frizz-free, it looks with no volume at all…which is awful since I have very little fine hair.
    Help! What can I do to control my hair, and have it more shiny and healthy?
    Hugs from Chile =)

  4. Yakini Bookter
    Posted March 23, 2012 at 1:28 pm | Permalink

    How about embracing your frizz, your hair is obviously naturally frizzy, so stop fighting it so much. I personally like a lil frizz, because people know my hair is real, no extensions or wigs. When ur hair is so perfect people tend to think u may have extensions or something. Put a leave-in conditioner or just leave your fav conditioner in after co-washing or washing, let it air dry and go, the water bottle spraying idea is a great idea, i would only need to spray maybe once a day to refresh.

  5. Sara
    Posted July 6, 2012 at 2:46 pm | Permalink

    I need that tutorial of the apple cider vinegar rinse. I have natural Italian curls and waves & use too much heat and product for my own good! You should do more hairstyles for the curly girls. Straight hair is not the only hair!

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