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14 Hair Care Tips for Frizz and Damage-Free Hair

A woman is looking at her dry and damaged hair
Dry, frizzy and damaged hair

We all deserve a #goodhairday every day and why not? But on account of our busy lifestyle, we’re doing more damage than good to our beautiful tresses. Our constant exposure to pollution, increased use of styling tools, and bad eating habits are why our hair appears the way it does, i.e., dull, damaged, and frizzy. Additionally, not trimming our hair every 2 months can also result in split ends. Sounds daunting, doesn’t it? But don’t worry, we got your back. In this article, we’ll be sharing 14 hair care tips that’ll help revive your damaged hair and give you stronger, healthier, and fuller-looking hair once again.

Signs of damaged hair

  1. Hair loss or thinning

  2. Decrease in hair density

  3. Dry/frizzy hair

  4. Brittle/Dull Hair

  5. Change in hair texture

  6. Split ends

Tips and Tricks for Tackling Split Ends & Frizzy Hair

A woman trying to comb dry and damaged hair
Combing dry and frizzy hair

  1. Trim Your Hair Regularly: To avoid split ends, you should get your hair cut or trimmed every 6 to 8 weeks. Additional damage can be done when hair splits at the end and moves up the shaft. Regular trims encourage general hair growth and maintain the ends healthy.

  2. Moisturize Your Hair: Split ends are more likely to occur in dry hair. Use leave-in conditioners or serums formulated specifically to moisturize your hair and preserve moisture. These products help seal in moisture and minimize the possibility of split ends.

  3. Do Not Overwash Your Hair: Overwashing can deplete your hair's natural oils, leaving it more vulnerable to damage and split ends. Here’s how often you should wash your hair based on your hair type. If you have straight/ wavy hair consider washing your hair every couple of days with a gentle hydrating shampoo. On the contrary, if you have curly or coily hair you should wash your hair once every 1-2 weeks.

  4. Avoid Combing Wet/Damp Hair: Since wet hair is more fragile and prone to breakage, avoid combing it. But if you have no other alternative use extra caution when brushing or combing it. To reduce breakage, use a wide-toothed comb, preferably a wooden comb to detangle your hair.

  5. Induce Hydration: When hair becomes dehydrated, frizz often develops. Use hydrating shampoos and conditioners frequently, and whenever possible apply a deep hydrating mask or a leave-in conditioner to seal in all the moisture and keep your hair looking and feeling healthy. Leave-in conditioners are formulated to add moisture to the hair and are helpful for those with dry or frizzy hair. What’s best? it is super lightweight, which means it won’t weigh your hair down.

  6. Towel Dry: Drying your hair vigorously with a hair towel might feel like it’s getting the job done faster, however, in reality, it causes friction which in turn causes frizz. So instead of rubbing your hair gently pat it to soak up all that excess water and allow it to air dry.

  7. Say No to Hot Water: Hot water can deplete your hair of its natural oils, thus making it frizzy. Instead, use cold or lukewarm water to rinse your hair.

  8. Use Anti-Frizz Products: Applying serums or leave-in conditioners on freshly washed hair helps in taming frizz and controlling flyaways. Just a tiny, coin-sized amount of these hair care products can do wonders for your beautiful locks.

How to Protect Against Heat Damage

A woman is using a heat styling tool to straighten her hair
Styling hair with a hair straightener

While heat styling tools can give you that desired shape, sleek look, or curls, using them frequently can wreak havoc on your hair. Flat irons, curling wands, and even your basic hair dryer can damage your hair. Here’s what you can do instead of your usual hair drying/hair styling regime.

  1. Air Dry: Avoid using a blow dryer on your hair, instead allow it to air dry unless it is indispensable. In such circumstances, ensure that you’re taking the required precautions by using your hair dryer at a low heat setting and keeping it at a safe distance from your hair.

  2. Use a Heat Protectant: Always apply a heat protectant spray or serum to your hair before any heat styling tool. Doing so reduces damage to your hair by putting a barrier between your hair and the heat.

  3. Switch to a Low Heat Setting: Set your styling tools to the lowest effective heat level. Using hair styling tools at high temperatures can seriously damage your hair. This applies to all heat styling tools such as hair dryers, hair curling wands, and hair straightening irons.

  4. Minimize the Frequency of Styling Tools: Use heat styling tools only on exceptional occasions or when necessary. Incorporate natural hairstyles into your daily routine. Also, if possible do ensure that you’re not styling one strand multiple times, as this makes your hair extremely vulnerable to damage.

  5. Consider Heatless Styling: If you want the desired look without using any heat, explore heatless styling techniques such as braiding, twisting, or using hair rollers. You can also look for heatless curling headbands, rods, and rollers online. The options are endless but here’s one we recommend - It is the Bronson Professional Hair Curling Roller Hair Sticks. These hair roller sticks are not only easy to use but are also very inexpensive.

  6. Apply a Hair Mask: Regular styling and heat damage can make your hair brittle and frizzy and that’s clearly because your hair is being ripped off its natural oils and hydration. To ensure that your hair not only looks but also feels healthy using a mask once a week can make a huge difference. Hair masks make hair more manageable, and smoother and may help reverse the signs of hair damage eventually.


We live in an era where life is fast-paced and everyone wants to get things done quickly however, when it comes to our hair, taking it slow is key. By following these simple tips and tricks you will not only decrease the damage done to your hair but also gradually bid adieu to heat styling products and tools for good. Wishing you only happy hair days ahead!


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