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5 styling tricks to help prevent frizzy hair

You may have found the perfect hairstyle that works for you, but you probably want to take any steps you can to control frizz. Frizzy hair isn’t a one-solution problem, since along with it are issues like hair breakage and dullness. Ideally, you need a multi-step approach to it — but it’s not as complicated as you might think. Here, we’ll take you through the perfect post-washing routine to prevent frizzy hair.

After Washing Your Hair

First of all, avoid any hair products that contain alcohol. The best ingredients for frizzy hair contain nourishing oils like what-is-argan-oil-and-why-should-you-use-it, avocado oil, and coconut oil. If you’re interested in a one-stop shop, you can’t go wrong with the combo of coconut oil and cocoa butter in Garnier Whole Blends Smoothing Haircare.

Then, brush your hair while it’s still damp. Not only will this be easier—since the slip of conditioner makes it easier for the comb to separate strands—but it’ll also making styling your hair that much more manageable once it’s dry. If you have curly hair, use a wide-toothed comb (which is gentler), or you could use a round hairbrush for a sleeker effect.

If you must style your hair with heat, only dry your roots. You could use a regular blow dryer, but using the diffuser attachment with it is ideal – especially if you have naturally curly hair, since this will keep the shape of your curls intact.

Once your roots are dry, pat the rest of your hair using a t-shirt instead of your usual towel. The cotton material is smoother, so it won’t lift the cuticle and will prevent frizzy hair from happening.

Finally, before hair styling, run a smoothing serum through your hair calm to control frizz and boost hair shine. Look for a hair serum with argan oil, like Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine Anti-Frizz Serum, which pulls double-duty as a frizzy hair fix and hair moisturizer.

Frizzy hair and natural curls go hand-in-hand. Your solution? Hair plopping Learn all about this simple, frizz-fighting technique for drying curly hair.

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