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Tips on How to Control Hair Frizz at Home

3 Tips for Frizzy Hair

Surely Zendaya looks like a Goddess with her lion-esque mane, but are you sure about donning the same look to work? It's not going to win you brownie points. If ‘taming of the frizz’ is what takes up most of your time instead of deciding what to wear, you need some serious help with frizz control. You cannot rely completely on heat-styling methods as constant heat exposure does more damage than good in the long run. Instead of swapping one nightmare for another, let’s try to find a more permanent solution to hair frizz.

You don’t have to wage a war with frizzy hair or tie it down to make it behave. All you need is some amazing frizz-control products and a good hair care routine, and you are all set. But, before we delve deeper into what can help you control hair frizz, let’s dig a little deeper at what causes your hair to act the way it does. Keep reading.

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What is Frizzy Hair?

Frizzy hair is the type of hair that has a mind of its own. It tends to stand up or curl in sections, and in other sections your hair can have a totally different texture. When you talk about hair frizz, it refers to the strands of hair that tend to stick out from the rest of your hair; you also know these as ‘flyaways.’ This being said, frizzy hair requires extraordinary patience. If you give up now, you will end up sporting your bedhead all day, every day.

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Types of Frizzy Hair

If hair frizz wasn’t bad enough, you need to figure out the type of frizzy hair you have before we move on to finding ways to get rid of hair frizz. The list goes like this:
1. Surface frizz: This type of hair frizz occurs only on the outer side of your hair and appears like static around your tresses.
2. In-the-curl frizz: Women with curly hair beware! This type of hair frizz occurs right inside your curls. This makes your ringlets look unkempt and messy.
3. Halo frizz: Definitely not the type of halo you want. This type of frizz affects the very top part of your hair and appears like a crown. Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown, eh?
4. Pouf ball frizz: As the name indicates, this type of hair frizz will make you appear like a pouf ball. It affects the entire length of your hair and is quite overwhelming.
5. Frizz at the end: As the name suggests, this type of frizz affects the tips of your hair. This makes your hair ends quite brittle and more prone to breakage when you comb.

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What Causes Frizzy Hair?

Too much moisture (humidity) or too less (dry hair) are the culprits when it comes to frizzy hair.

  1. Humidity

When there’s excess moisture in the air, your hair can get frizzy. Humidity tends to maintain high levels of hydrogen and your hair responds to it instantly as human hair is sensitive to hydrogen. This hydrogen goes on to form a bond with your hair’s molecules and proteins. This bond is what causes hair frizz.

  1. Dry hair

If your hair is naturally dry, it becomes more prone to frizz. Just like plants seek out water and dig deep into the earth in search of it, your dry hair longs for moisture. So, when your hair comes in contact with moisture, it absorbs all of it and becomes frizzy. This is why wavy hair or curly hair tends to get frizzy quite easily.

  1. Damaged hair

Damaged hair is usually dry by nature, which makes it more prone to frizz. If your hair care habits are a bit callous or you apply too much heat to style your hair, you are damaging your hair and making it more prone to frizz.

How to Tame Frizzy Hair?

An easy way to manage frizzy hair is to use some tried-and-tested styling hacks. Though these might not yield permanent results, it will help you get through the week till your salon appointment.

  1. A bristle brush is your new mate

A bristle brush does a wonderful job of detangling your hair and you have to deal with less flyaways. It even promotes hair health as every time you brush your hair, it stimulates the scalp and distributes your hair’s natural oil from root to tip.

  1. Hair accessories

Now is the right time to get those colourful scrunchies out of the drawer. Pull your hair into a ponytail and secure it with a scrunchie, or you can wear a headband to tame your halo frizz.

  1. Messy buns

Who doesn’t love the quintessential messy bun! It looks chic and is functional at the same time. In fact, frizzy hair looks amazing in a messy bun. Hair buns showcase less frizz and since it’s a trend nowadays, a messy bun is an ideal hairdo for a day out.

If managing frizz has become a task, it’s time you take a look at hair products that eliminate frizz completely.

How to Get Rid of Hair Frizz?

Frizzy hair treatment doesn’t have to be an elaborate process; you just need the right hair products. These are the best ways to control hair frizz:

  1. Choose the right shampoo

The right shampoo will hydrate and nourish your hair, and keep hair frizz at bay. It is advisable that you look for a mild shampoo so that it doesn’t strip your hair of its natural moisture. If you want a shampoo that will repair and revive your frizzy hair, try Pantene Smooth & Sleek shampoo that is crafted using Pro-V nutrients. With 0% silicones, mineral oils, paraffin, and colourants, this shampoo strengthens your hair inside-out, leaving it soft and smooth.

  1. Use a conditioner, always!

Never ever skip your conditioner. Your conditioner undertakes the Herculean task of keeping your hair cuticle hydrated so that the moisture can be absorbed into each strand. This prevents your hair from opening up and letting in the excess moisture that can wreak havoc later. Pantene Smooth & Sleek conditioner is the ideal choice if you are looking for a nourishing conditioner. This conditioner contains Pro-V nutrients that fight roughness and control frizz. Gently massage the conditioner into your wet hair and rinse off thoroughly.

  1. A nourishing oil to the rescue

A hair oil that is rich in vitamins and essential fatty acids will work wonders for dry hair. It hydrates your hair and prevents it from absorbing the moisture from the environment like a sponge. It even works as an excellent pre-shampoo conditioner. Ensure that you wash it off completely, or else it gives rise to a slew of other hair care problems.


Since you know how to get rid of frizzy hair, make sure that you carve out a hair routine that encapsulates all these frizzy hair tips. Go easy on the styling and be gentle with your tresses since you don’t have an entourage of hairstylists on your speed-dial. Show your hair some love!