Sunday, 19 April 2015

Brush off April showers: top tips for frizz free hair

How to keep hair frizz free
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We're halfway through April and, so far, we've remained relatively unscathed when it comes to April showers. Apologies, if I have now jinxed the nice weather and we're cursed with thunderstorms for the rest of the month... umm, oops. I'm not taking any chances, so I've prepared myself with armfuls of products to keep hair frizz free during the supposed rainy season.

The super-duo that is the Tigi Catwalk Oatmeal and Honey shampoo and conditioner is first on my list of key products. This huge double pack is great value for a start, not only that but it smells amazing too. I may have almost licked the shampoo in the shower, but managed to resist. Just. It's a seriously moisturising set, making even my super heat damaged hair silky smooth to the touch. Beginning with these products is a great starting point to beating the frizz.

In my opinion, a hugely important step in minimising fly away hair is reducing damage and preventing split ends. I've used Tangle Teezer brushes for a few years now and I really do think they're a brilliant product. Running one of these through your hair after a shower is, not only, pain free but reduces breakage too. 

Once the knots are smoothed out, I run a dollop of Tigi's Bed Head Control Freak Serum through the mid-lengths and ends. You can't really see from my photo, but the serum itself is a shimmery green product... I love it. But don't worry, you're not left with a headful of glitter, it's very subtle in the bottle and doesn't transfer to hair at all. Applying this before blowdrying and styling my hair has been a lifesaver recently. It ensures that my naturally curly hair stays straight all day, even if it comes into contact with damp weather.

Finally, I seal everything in with a spray of Tigi's Spoil Me Defrizzer which, pretty much, does what it says on the tin... quite literally. By the time this goes on to my hair, it's already dry, styled and straight... I just want to make sure it stays that way. This product prevents static while conditioning the ends of the hair to ensure that any damaged, split ends stay slightly weighed down and don't become flyaway. It's a versatile product, that could also be used on curly hair to define waves and reduce frizz. 

A combination of these wonder-products has resulted in my hair remaining super soft and smooth all day long, even if I do get caught in the occasional drizzle. What are your top tips for silky smooth hair?

3 comments:

  1. Thanks for this - I've got wavy hair but it is prone to frizz when it gets humid, so I'll be checking out the Tigi serum! x
    www.lovedbylaura.com

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  2. Tigi products are so lovely!! They also smell amazing haha. The new John Frieda anti-frizz range is pretty awesome.

    Tara x

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  3. I always get frizzy hair, it's the worst!

    Maria xxx

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