Everyone loves straightening! But straightening often causes fizziness and dryness. Now, there could be two possible reasons for your fizziness one is if you have high or low porosity hair, and the other is if you live in a scorching and dry climate.
If this is the first time you have read the term high or low porosity hair, we suggest you read our previous blog and check your hair porosity type
Moving back to our “How to straight frizzy hair?” this is why you are here to explore. Before we talk about that, first, let’s see why hair becomes frizzy in the first place.
Your hair usually becomes frizzy when you use heat styling tools regularly, whether flat irons or curling irons. The heat styling tools drain all your hair moisture and smoothness and leave your hair dry, dull, and frizzy. At that, your hair will be damaged entirely; even after straightening, your hair will still look frizzy.
But don’t worry! In this blog post, we will tell you the 5 best methods on how to straighten frizzy hair. So, without wasting time, let’s get into the guide:
How to straighten frizzy hair?
Now, if you want your messy, frizzy hair to look super silky, smooth, and straight, follow these five simple methods or steps. These five hair straightening tips and techniques are for every hair type, so those asking how to straighten thick hair or how to straighten it step by step are the best method they can follow. So, let’s take a look at them:
Use moisturizing shampoo and conditioner
The first step is to wash your hair with a moisturizing or smoothing shampoo that contains oil and herbs that are best for frizzy hair. Frizzy hair needs extra moisturizer and care. There are many good shampoos and conditioners on the market for each type.
Choose a shampoo according to your hair type, gently massage it for 5 to 6 minutes, and then wash it with warm water. Don’t use cold water because it will close your hair cuticles and won’t let the product or moisture go in.
So, whenever you are washing your frizzy hair, use warm water. After that, apply a conditioner in a detangling motion and keep it for 3 to 5 minutes and then again wash it with warm water.
There is only important thing to remember is always to use sulfate-free products. Sulfate contains a negative electrical charge that can create frizz in your hair; that’s why it’s always advised to use sulfate-free products. And also, never skip the conditionings step if you want to straighten your frizzy fair.
After washing your hair, the second step is to apply a leave-in-conditioner to straighten frizzy hair. Now, this step is mandatory for every hair type, whether you are straightening wavy hair or straight.
You might be thinking, what’s the point of applying leave-in conditioners when you already use your regular conditioner?
Let me tell you theirs is a huge difference between your regular or essential conditioner and a leave-in conditioner. Leave-in-conditioner will give your hair extra moisture, smoothness, shine, and hydration. It will act as a protective cover for your hair and protect it from all types of heat styling tools.
The conditioner will give you a frizz-free look for up to 3 days. And always remember to use a leave-in-conditioner on damp hair. However, if you have thick, coarse hair, then the best thing you can do to get frizz-free straightening is deep conditioning with heat. The heat will help the hair to absorb will moisturizer and conditioner in a better way.
Use a wide comb for detangling
Now, after shampooing and conditioning, the third step you need to do before straight, frizzy hair is to detangle your hair. Detangling hairs will make it easier to style them.
Now, why we recommend a wide comb instead of a brush because it has wider spaces and it helps you detangle the hair without breaking it.
A wooden comb is the best thing to remove frizzed hair. It’s also one of the best ways to straighten curly hair, which is why this step is added.
Prep your hair
The second last step is to prepare your hair before using any heat styling tool. This is the most important step that people often skip or forget, but this step will not only protect your hair but will also treat frizzy hair slowly.
There are so many good products in the market, like heat protection sprays and serums, that will protect your hair cuticles and give shine to your hair after straightening or curling.
Use Ceramic flat irons
There is a long battle between ceramic vs titanium flat iron but if you are looking for a frizz-free styling tool that doesn’t damage your hair and prevent moisture loss, then ceramic flat irons will be your best anti-frizz straightener.
After straightening your hair, use setting sprays or serums to control frizz and add shine.
- How to reduce frizz after straightening natural hair?
To reduce frizz after straightening you can use lightweight hair oil like Jojoba oil and coconut oil that will hydrate your scalp. Other than that frizz-free spray, a leave-in-conditioner, and hair smoothing cream is great for frizz control.
- How to keep curly hair straight in humidity?
The best way to keep curly hair straight in humidity is to use the anti-frizz product, oils, Shea butter, serums, and gels, and you can also try keratin treatments.
- Why does my hair get greasy when I straighten it?
There are seven common mistakes you might be making that are why your hair looks greasy after straightening it that is:
1-You are washing your hair enough.
2-You are washing your hair too often.
3-You are not applying your conditioner correctly.
4-You rarely use too-heavy styling products like waxes, creams, and oils.
5-You are straightening your hair too often.
6-Your hair styling tools are not clean.
7-You are using dry shampoos.
- How to straighten hair with a flat iron perfectly?
Here are some tips to get the perfect straight hair:
1-Section your hair.
2-Hold your hair tightly.
3-Use finishing products to reduce frizz.
- What temperature should I straighten my hair?
The best temperature at that you should straighten your hair is between 250°F and 375°F.
- Why are my ends frizzy after flat ironing?
This is because your hair cuticles are so weak and light that they will look frizzier when you straighten them. This means that your hair ends are completely damaged, and it means it needs trimming.
So, that was all. The tips and tricks I mentioned above are for every hair type, whether you have thick, thin curly, or straight hair. These methods will work for everyone.
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