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DIY: Tame Frizzy Hair

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We have all experienced it at one point or another. Hair that just won’t stay put no matter how hard you try. How you have tried! To tackle frizz head on you have to understand what causes it then take the appropriate measures to annihilate it. The greatest causes of frizz are a lack of protein, moisture and natural oils. While it may sound like a lot you have to make-up for getting your hair restored to a healthy state can be accomplished with ingredients in your kitchen.

The first ingredient you want to reach for is coconut milk. Coconut milk is packed with vitamins that will help your hair retain moisture and tame frizz. Vitamins C, E, B1, B3, B5, B6, iron and many more provide a good source of proteins and natural oils. Coconut milk will protect hair from loss of protein, detangle/soften hair, and aid in growth. The next ingredient is honey. Honey is a natural humectant which means that it helps attract and retain moisture. Honey also helps prevent split end and ultimately helps tame frizz.

Overall, mixing these two simple ingredients together in a blender then applying it to your hair for at least an hour can make a world of difference when it pertains to your frizzy hair. The great thing is you have the ability to mix and match ingredients. You may want to add avocado or banana to the mix. Whichever you choose the results will be amazing.



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