Dry and Frizzy

Dry and Frizzy
Tip 1: Smooth and Moisturize
       Achieving a glossy, soft and pliable head of hair begins in the shower – and the key is moisture. Using fingertips, massage a smoothing shampoo like Diametress Shampoo into hair. Work from roots to ends — taking care not to pile hair up on top of head, which leads to tangles, dryness and frizz. Follow with a smoothing conditioner like Hydra-Light Conditioner. To ensure a sleek, soft look all day, mist damp hair with Humectress Leave-in Spray.
Tip 2: Let It Rest
       An easy way to maintain hair’s vital moisture balance is to simply wash it less. Shampooing 3 or 4 times per week — not every day — allows hair’s natural oils to work from roots to tips, rendering hair smooth and easier to work with.

Tip 3: Turn On the Heat
       Coax hair to lie flat by using thermal tools such as curling irons, hot rollers or flat irons. When heat is applied to hair, it seals the cuticle and creates smooth, shiny, healthy-looking hair. However, beware of overuse, which may lead to more frizz and dryness, and be sure to use protective hair products such as ProMend Styling Spray which works with heat to actually teach hair to remember your straight, sleek style each time you straighten it.

Tip 4: Round It Out
        While blow-drying hair, use a large round brush to heat and smooth hair into shape.
  • Divide hair into sections.
  • Start near your neck, and work towards the top of your head.
  • With each hair section wrapped around the brush, apply heat from blow-dryer using a directional nozzle. Use the brush to smooth as it moves through the hair.
  • Allow hair to cool before removing brush for better hold. 


Tip 5: Ground Flyaways

        Impart a glossy sheen by smoothing your finished style with Frizz Defy Styling Crème to lock out frizz and flyaways and give you just-from-the-salon sleek hair. If you frequently straighten your hair, begin your routine by misting damp hair with ProMend Straightening Lotion. This product actually makes hair straighter and smoother over time, so straightening becomes faster and easier — a great way to prevent flyaways by avoiding over-stressing with heat, brushing, and styling.

Tip 6: Care for the Scalp
        Avoid too much processing or heat if you hair has become dry and frizzy. If possible, use a natural bristle brush, which stimulates the scalp to produce natural oils, and don’t wash your hair every day – 3-4 times a week is plenty.