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Care For Gray Hair: You Can Get Rid Of Frizz Again With These Tips

 

Gray hair is more prone to dryness and frizz. Here are the best care and styling tips from professionals...

Care for Gray Hair: You can get Rid of Frizz Again with These Tips
 
How to prevent frizz on gray hair?

Gray hair is beautiful. These celebrity ladies are the best proof of that. Unfortunately, gray hair can look limp and frizzy, and celebrity hairstylist Jay Small knows why.

This is why gray hair is prone to frizz

He explains in an interview with purewow.com: "The hair consists of three layers: cuticle (also called the cuticle), cortex (fibrous layer), and medulla (medullary canal). The cuticle consists of many overlapping layers (comparable to a pine cone) and if one As strand loses color, it also loses a lot of its bulk or structure, making it more prone to damage and then causing the overlapping layers to look and feel rough and frizzy."

This is why gray hair is prone to frizz | Care for Gray Hair: You can get Rid of Frizz Again with These Tips
 
This is why gray hair is prone to frizz | Care for Gray Hair: You can get Rid of Frizz Again with These Tips
 
This is why gray hair is prone to frizz | Care for Gray Hair: You can get Rid of Frizz Again with These Tips
 
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Maintaining moisture levels in the hair and strengthening the fibers within are therefore important for gray hair to look healthy and remain beautifully supple. Small, therefore, recommends three tips for the care and styling of gray hair.

3 tips against frizz on gray hair

Step one: It is best to use a gentle shampoo that does not dry out the hair and scalp and treat the lengths with an intensively nourishing conditioner. Tip: After washing out the shampoo, wring out your hair thoroughly to get rid of excess water - this is the only way for the conditioner to penetrate deeply.

By the way: between washes, the hair expert recommends using a natural-bristle brush to evenly distribute the oils that naturally collect on the scalp and move them to the ends of the hair, which are usually the driest.

Step two: In preparation for frizz-free hair styling, Small recommends adding some hair oil to towel-dried hair for fine hair or working a styling cream into the lengths of thicker hair. Then brush the hair well so that the styling product or hair oil is evenly distributed.

Step three: As soon as the hair is only slightly damp, it can be blow-dried with a hair dryer. Many hair dryers are equipped with a narrow nozzle - this ensures a finish that is as frizz-free as possible. Important: Do not hold the hair dryer too close to the hair and direct the nozzle slightly downwards so that the cuticle layer closes perfectly.

 
 
 
 
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