Let’s face it, having frizzy and unmanageable hair sucks! I have tried so many different products over the years to tame my frizzy hair debacle. My hair wasn’t always this bad though. Before I got pregnant and had kids, my hair was perfectly normal. No frizz, no dryness, no worries. But then as soon as I got pregnant, BAM! I was blessed with a dry, dull, frizzy mess.
Ever since then I always wore my hair up in some type of mom bun. I hated the way it looked down, no matter if I styled, straightened etc. But over the last year I have found a hair care regime that actually works! And it’s something that breaks the bank either, which I totally appreciate!
First things first, if you have dry/frizzy hair I have read it’s recommended to only wash your hair 2 or 3 days a week. Because shampooing your hair strips it of it’s natural oils. Also I’ve found to wash and rinse hair with cold NOT HOT water. The cold water helps hold in the moisture, and personally I notice a difference when I wash with cold versus hot water.
These are the 3 products I use everyday. (YES ONLY 3!)
My first step after I get out of the shower towel dry my hair a bit, I smooth in coconut oil. I don’t use too much, because I don’t want my hair looking too oily and gross. I feel like this adds back a bit of moisture into my hair.
Second step is to let my hair completely air dry. I almost never use a blow dryer or any other heating hair tools.
After my hair is all dry, I smooth in the John Frieda Frizz Ease cream. I’ve tried a lot of frizz products, and this one has been by far the best! It really does control all the frizz, and also adds sleek and softness.
The last thing I do, is add some hairspray all over just to lock it all in place. I’ve always used the Rave hairspray. Mostly because it’s super cheap, but I feel like it gets the job done.
That’s it! It’s super easy, super affordable, and it works!
As you can see from the before picture, how horrendous the frizz is! The second picture is after my hair regime, from the same angle as the first picture. And then I wanted to add a side view of the after affect.
Before you say anything, I know the pictures don’t look exactly the same. But trust me, it’s me! I have about 5 different colors in my hair. So depending on how I part, style, or brush my hair it looks different from every angle. (Just thought I’d throw that out there.)
I hope you all found this helpful. If you have found any tips or tricks to manage your hair, please share!
Happy hump day!
DISCLAIMER: This post is NOT sponsored or affiliated. These are my honest opinions on the products purchased myself.