How to Keep Hair From Frizzing

I was wondering if there is a product you use to keep your hair from frizzing when you do a roller set? I have noticed when I flat iron my hair it doesn’t frizz as much as a roller set. I want to stay away from flat irons for a while so Im at a loss right now. Should I just wait for the non-humid season to wear my hair down?? Thanks a million!!! I can tell from what I have already read this site is gonna be sooooo helpful!!!!!!!!! Now that’s what’s up…… lol Thanks again
Hola Coco,

I definitely recommend that you pass on using the flatiron. It makes the hair look super smooth, but I do not advocate using heat right on the hair. This is just my opinion, but if you consider the fact that throwing clothes in a dryer to remove wrinkles vs. ironing puts the cloths at less risk for getting burned. I have ruined a number of blouses using an iron, but very few articles of clothing using the clothes dryer.

Anyway, try an anti-frizz serum on your hair. I’ve used Paul Mitchell Super Skinny, Garnier Fructis Anti-Frizz Serum and Bumble and Bumble Straight with good results. I apply the serum to freshly shampooed hair, just before putting my rolos in.

Now, do not expect that you will not frizz when it’s extremely or sweat a lot, but it does help keep the frizzies at  bay.

To be quite candid…when the weather is extremely humid, I don’t fight it. I work my kinks with some sheen and rock my hair natural. It takes so much time to put in rolos, blow out the roots just to sweat it out as soon as I walk out the door, ya know what I mean? :)

Suerte!

LaNegra

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2 Responses to How to Keep Hair From Frizzing

  1. maria says:

    I use coffee butter to lay down my edges and make my hair smooth. It works wonders! And I get to stay away from the flatiron. Hope that helps!

  2. LaNegra says:

    Maria, where do you get your coffee butter?

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