Frizzy hair can be caused by various reasons, including humidity and dry weather, making frizz much more likely to strike in hot holiday climates and the Summer sun. Remember Monica's hair nightmare when the Friends gang went to Barbados? Not good. Styling tools are often used to try to tame unruly tresses, but when they get too hot these too can cause problems. Take a look at 4 steps you can follow to help fight the frizz when you read more.
- Step 1: Shampoo
Apply Phytolisse Shampoo (£10.50) to wet hair, massage gently and rinse thoroughly. Shampoos like this that contain pine pulp help straighten hair and tame frizz to expedite blow-drying, as the ingredient protects hair from humidity. Hibiscus flower acids smooth the cuticle and provide shine, while calendula hydrates hair, increasing suppleness.
- Step 2: Condition
Wash hair and towel-dry then apply a dab of Phytolisse Express Smoothing Mask (£20) onto hair lengths and ends. Smooth through and leave for 2-3 minutes before rinsing thoroughly. Pine pulp extract detangles, red and brown algae controls hair and apricot kernel oil hydrates and nourishes.
- Step 3: Style
Apply a dab of PhytoDefrisant Hair Relaxing Balm (£13.50) to clean damp hair, distributing evenly using a wide-tooth comb before blow-drying. Using a heat activated non-chemical formula like this aids straightening whilst protecting hair from heat-styling damage.
- Step 4: Protect and Enhance Style
Finish with one or two drops of Phytolisse Finishing Serum (£21.50) and distribute throughout hair with fingertips, focusing on the ends. Products like this, with althea extract and pro-vitamin B5, help tame frizz without weighing hair down.
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