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How to Make Your Grey or Aging Hair Less Frizzy

By Victoria Beeber

Frizzy hair. There’s nothing worse than spending hours perfecting your curly-do to suddenly find your hair in a  rat’s nest on top of your head a short while later. Whether it’s due to a humid climate or heat damage, frizz can take over your aging grey hair, leaving you frustrated. Can you relate? 

If the answer is yes (which, I’m betting 99.9% of you will say), we’re here to help resolve this issue once and for all. And after years of battling your hair, you deserve it. Let’s get you the smooth, shiny and frizz-free hair you’ve dreamt of. 

What causes frizzy, aging hair?  

It’s complicated. Like most problems, there isn’t just one reason for your hair woes. A combination of factors may play a part in making your strands appear unkempt and staticky.  

Humidity Hair 

If you live in the South or a climate with many rainy days, you’re likely very familiar with the struggles of humidity. The problem: a humid climate maintains high levels of hydrogen, which for your hair is not so ideal. When hydrogen bonds with your hair’s water molecules and proteins, it leaves your strands vulnerable to unwanted frizz.  

What you can do:  

While you can’t always just pick up and move to a drier climate, there are some ways to prevent your hair from the effects of humidity like a weekly treatment to protect and nourish every strand.  

Use our Deep Hydration Mask to not only bring back shine and moisture to your hair but protect your hair from the elements. You’ll fall in love with your hair again.   

Styling Hair with Heat 

We get it. You’ve spent years curling, straightening, maybe even crimping your beautiful locks. Sadly, you’re probably paying for it now. Heat damage to your hair can take away every ounce of moisture and make it susceptible to frizzing. Big no-no!  

But there’s good news. Heat-damaged hair doesn’t have to be your reality forever. 

What you can do:  

The first step to taming frizzy aging hair: reducing your usage of heated tools like your trusty hair dryer or flat iron. Trade your tools for a high-quality conditioner specifically for softening and hydrating hair like our Moisturizing Conditioner that’s made to bring back smooth, shiny, healthy-looking hair.  

Split Ends 

Ah, split ends. If you neglect to go to the hairdresser on a semi-regular basis, you know the drill. It starts with one occasional frayed end but quickly turns into chronic dryness and frizz that just won’t go away.  

The problem? The longer you leave split ends, the more likely the damage will travel further up your hair adding even more frizz to your look. But that’s why we’re here.  

What you can do:  

The #1 rule is to get your haircut every six to eight weeks to get rid of damaged ends and keep your locks looking the best.  

Once your ends are trimmed and healthy, it’s time to keep them smooth with our Argan Oil Taming Serum. Perfected to nourish and strengthen your ends and unruly greys, this product will change your hair (and life)!  

We hope that these tips and tricks will help you keep your hair frizz-free and beautiful. Check out our line of hydrating products for the soft hair of your dreams.  

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