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Frizzy hair advice for winter and summer
12-03-2014, 04:08 PM (This post was last modified: 12-03-2014 04:09 PM by AfroJay.)
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Frizzy hair advice for winter and summer
When summer is here all that frizz. When winter is here all that frizz. Post some frizzy hair solutions for winter. PLEASE! brother please ... his afro is like some living creature went sum days is frizzy and other days is very puffy. Y'all curly heads where you at and post sum frizzy curly burly advice and all that. Pull-ease ...
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12-03-2014, 06:16 PM
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RE: Frizzy hair advice for winter and summer
In the winter, all that cold, dry air can wreak havoc on your coils. And there's nothing worse that peeling hair off your holiday sweater or seeing the electric-shock look you've got in those family photos. If you've already fallen victim to the static frizzes, it's not too late to repair the damage. Here are some tips and home remedies. Of course bear in mind that this is for natural hair since this is the natural hair section so some of the homemade remedies are a bit 'too much'.


Fend Off Dryness:

Hair gets frizzy when it's dry, basically. Therefore, it stands to reason that you can fight the frizzies by keeping your hair well moisturized. Taking proper care of your hair in winter, by avoiding over-exposure to the cold weather and the heat of styling tools, can do much to prevent that static look. Use a heat-protecting deep condition to counteract the effects of your hair care routine and the elements. Wash two to three times a week using an intense conditioning product that uses aloe vera, vitamin e, and panthenol for the best effects. For how frequently to wash your hair, see this thread on shampoos and weekly frequencies.


Other helpful winter hair care tips include wrapping the hair to protect it against the cold, dry air and harsh winds. You should also rinse your hair in the coldest water possible, which seals off the hair follicles and helps them to lock in moisture on their own. Finally, limit exposure to heated styling tools and blow dry on the lowest setting possible. If you can skip the blow dryer a couple of times a week, do it!


Rinses From the Kitchen:

Take a quick walk to your kitchen and pull out some of these ingredients to make an easy-to-use hair rinse that's sure to calm down your frizzy hair. Or, if you're not there yet, they'll help keep you from reaching the frizz factor this winter. Wash your hair normally, then rinse it thoroughly with equal parts of water and one of the following ingredients:
  • Carbonated water will reduce frizz thanks to it's low pH level. Just a quick wash, and you'll be frizz free for those family pics!
  • Apple cider vinegar is another easy choice and an effective prevention method. Plus, it will actually add shine to your locks as well.
  • Beer quickly replenishes the moisture in your hair and delivers tons of nutrients to the follicles. Let your hair soak in the beer for a bit and then rinse with cold water, which will help you get rid of the pub smell.

Natural Hair Masks:

For some mixing fun, try blending one of these all-natural hair masks at home. You'll get a good, deep conditioning effect on the hair and help to seal in moisture before exposing your hair to the harsh weather. Repeat these treatments once a week or as needed, depending on how dry and frizzy your hair seems to be.


Mix mayonnaise and avocado for an anti-frizz treatment that really works. The mask takes one cup of mayo and one-half avocado, mushed into a paste. Rub it gently into your hair and scalp and cover with plastic wrap and a hot towel. Let it sit for 20 minutes to work it's magic, then wash with lukewarm or cold water.


You might also want to try a coconut oil or olive oil treatment for the frizziness. Oils work great as a sealer so heat up one cup of either coconut or olive oil in a glass jar, then distribute it evenly throughout the hair. Cover it was a shower cap and hot towel for about a half-hour, letting your hair absorb those rich nutrients into its pores, then rinse with cold water. Try this treatment three times a week until damage is repaired and then once a week to maintain your hair's natural moisture and shine.
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12-04-2014, 10:35 AM
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RE: Frizzy hair advice for winter and summer
LOl I always love the threads from Jay. Sup dude?

(12-03-2014 06:16 PM)ElenaTheBarber Wrote:  In the winter, all that cold, dry air can wreak havoc on your coils. And there's nothing worse that peeling hair off your holiday sweater or seeing the electric-shock look you've got in those family photos. If you've already fallen victim to the static frizzes, it's not too late to repair the damage. Here are some tips and home remedies. Of course bear in mind that this is for natural hair since this is the natural hair section so some of the homemade remedies are a bit 'too much'.


Fend Off Dryness:

Hair gets frizzy when it's dry, basically. Therefore, it stands to reason that you can fight the frizzies by keeping your hair well moisturized. Taking proper care of your hair in winter, by avoiding over-exposure to the cold weather and the heat of styling tools, can do much to prevent that static look. Use a heat-protecting deep condition to counteract the effects of your hair care routine and the elements. Wash two to three times a week using an intense conditioning product that uses aloe vera, vitamin e, and panthenol for the best effects. For how frequently to wash your hair, see this thread on shampoos and weekly frequencies.


Other helpful winter hair care tips include wrapping the hair to protect it against the cold, dry air and harsh winds. You should also rinse your hair in the coldest water possible, which seals off the hair follicles and helps them to lock in moisture on their own. Finally, limit exposure to heated styling tools and blow dry on the lowest setting possible. If you can skip the blow dryer a couple of times a week, do it!


Rinses From the Kitchen:

Take a quick walk to your kitchen and pull out some of these ingredients to make an easy-to-use hair rinse that's sure to calm down your frizzy hair. Or, if you're not there yet, they'll help keep you from reaching the frizz factor this winter. Wash your hair normally, then rinse it thoroughly with equal parts of water and one of the following ingredients:
  • Carbonated water will reduce frizz thanks to it's low pH level. Just a quick wash, and you'll be frizz free for those family pics!
  • Apple cider vinegar is another easy choice and an effective prevention method. Plus, it will actually add shine to your locks as well.
  • Beer quickly replenishes the moisture in your hair and delivers tons of nutrients to the follicles. Let your hair soak in the beer for a bit and then rinse with cold water, which will help you get rid of the pub smell.

Natural Hair Masks:

For some mixing fun, try blending one of these all-natural hair masks at home. You'll get a good, deep conditioning effect on the hair and help to seal in moisture before exposing your hair to the harsh weather. Repeat these treatments once a week or as needed, depending on how dry and frizzy your hair seems to be.


Mix mayonnaise and avocado for an anti-frizz treatment that really works. The mask takes one cup of mayo and one-half avocado, mushed into a paste. Rub it gently into your hair and scalp and cover with plastic wrap and a hot towel. Let it sit for 20 minutes to work it's magic, then wash with lukewarm or cold water.


You might also want to try a coconut oil or olive oil treatment for the frizziness. Oils work great as a sealer so heat up one cup of either coconut or olive oil in a glass jar, then distribute it evenly throughout the hair. Cover it was a shower cap and hot towel for about a half-hour, letting your hair absorb those rich nutrients into its pores, then rinse with cold water. Try this treatment three times a week until damage is repaired and then once a week to maintain your hair's natural moisture and shine.

can we use this tips for winter hair care? Even if hair is not frizzy.
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