How to Get Frizz-Free Curls When It’s Cold Outside
Frizz doesn’t end just because summer does, but fall and winter frizz does have different causes. Here, learn why hair gets frizzy when it’s cold outside, and how to get frizz-free curls this season.
The Problem: Out-of-Season Styling Products
The state of your curls can change with the weather and seasons. The products that worked wonders during the hot, humid days of summer might not have the same effect when it’s cold and blustery outside.
The Fix: Moisturizing Styler
Just like your skin craves a creamier moisturizer during the cold months, your curls might benefit from a more hydrating regimen. Try a cream formula like Advanced Climate Control® Featherlight Styling Cream. Its special blend of lightweight humectants and natural oils (Meadowfoam Seed, Olive, and Soybean) deeply nourishes curls, while silk-derived Sericin protein protects against frizz.
The Problem: Dry Curls + Wet Weather
Factors like dry indoor heat and hot showers can leave curls parched. And dehydrated hair will try to soak up moisture from the environment – which means that wintry mix outside can leave your curls looking frizzy and undefined.
The Fix: Deep Conditioner
Keep curls hydrated by treating your hair to a deep conditioner once or twice weekly. Curl Recovery™ Melt-Down Extreme Repair Mask works for all curl types, and leaves hair restored and nourished. Between treatments, use an anti-frizz conditioner like Advanced Climate Control® Defrizzing Conditioner to keep curls moisturized.
The Problem: Heat Damage
When it’s too chilly to head outside with wet hair, you might find yourself spending more quality time with your diffuser. But heat damage from blow dryers and hot tools can make hair more frizz-prone by weakening its cuticle.
The Fix: Heat Protecting Primer
To protect your curls (and still stay toasty), add a moisture-boosting primer to your routine. Advanced Climate Control® Detangling Heat Spray helps prevent heat damage so you can diffuse worry-free. Mist it all over wet hair before applying your gel or cream styler.