How To Prevent Frizzy Hair This Spring: 3 Ways to Fight Against Humidity

How To Prevent Frizzy Hair This Spring: 3 Ways to Fight Against Humidity

Spring is in the air and so is humidity. For many of us, that means one thing⎯frizzy hair. Humidity can wreak havoc on your locks, leaving them looking frizzy and messy. But don't worry, we have three ways to help you prevent frizz and keep your mane looking sleek all season long. 

  1. Use Anti-Frizz Products

When it comes to preventing frizzy hair, the right products can make all the difference. Look for styling products specifically designed to combat frizz and humidity. These include:

  • Edge Control Gel
  • Curl Defining Creme
  • Lavender Aloe Smoothing Gel
  • Peppermint Tea Tree Hair Oil 

When applying anti-frizz products, focus on the ends and mid-lengths of your hair, as these areas tend to be the most prone to frizz. Be careful not to apply too much product near your roots as this can weigh your hair down and make it look greasy.

  1. Protect Your Hair While You Sleep

To prevent frizz and tangles overnight, sleep on a silk or satin pillowcase. Cotton pillowcases can absorb moisture from your hair, leading to frizz. Switching to a silk or satin pillowcase can help keep your hair smooth and frizz-free while you sleep. Check out the best silk pillowcases that have been tested by Glamour editors.

  1. Trim Split Ends Regularly 

Split ends can add to the rough, frizzy appearance of your hair. Trimming them every six weeks will help maintain fullness and stop the split ends from traveling further up the hair strand. You can accomplish this by visiting a salon or doing it yourself. If you opt for the DIY route, divide your hair into sections and use hair shears, which are sharper than regular scissors and won't cause pulling or tugging on your hair.

How To Prevent Frizzy Hair

Here are the products we recommend to fight frizz:

Get ready for a frizz free spring!

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