In my last post I talked about what causes frizzy wavy hair. There are lots of potential causes and understanding them can be really helpful so I recommend reading that. Thankfully, there are lots of potential fixes, too! If you can pin down what is causing your frizz, that is likely to help you choose the right way of getting rid of frizzy hair.
I always use my own personal photos in all of my blog posts, so I’m going to do that in this blog post as well. I feel like I should post a bit of a disclaimer in this particular post. Fighting frizz is not one of my highest priorities when making my hair routine. I am okay with some frizz. I find that I have to accept a little more frizz to get the volume that I want.
Some of these techniques I do follow, but others I don’t, because they contradict other methods I could use to get more volume. Anyway, so my disclaimer is that I don’t follow all of these all of the time, personally.
Still, I have seen a dramatic improvement in the amount of frizz that I have over time, thanks to the method that I do implement. So, you don’t necessarily have to do all of these to see improvement over time.
I plan to do some routine blog posts eventually and in those you’ll be able to see what techniques I do and don’t utilize if my personal hair care methods are of interest to you.