How To Tame Frizzy Poofy Black Hair

Breanna Rutter


Hello everyone this is Breanna Rutter author of the book the natural hair Bible and founder of and for these videos I love to answer all of the questions you all send me via email so any of you have any questions that you would like for me to answer be sure to check out the description box below for additional information so you get right on into the video in this video is inspired by email I received from Elaina, Elaina emailed me because she wants me to give her some tips on how to combat frizzy hair she is tired of dealing up frizzy hair and she needs some help she because she wants her hair to be smooth and sleek so I’m glad you sent me this email and am going to give you three tips to keep in mind to help you with your frizzy hair so the only thing I know is that your hair is frizzy I don't know if you had any color done to your hair I don't know if you had a relaxer your hair I just know your hair is frizzy so the first thing I'm going to say is that processed hair has a tendency to be frizzy so your hair is processed if it has been heat damaged if you have a relaxer your hair or A texturizer in your hair or even if your hair has been color treated what happens is that when you're putting chemicals on your hair extreme heat on your hair your scales are most likely to break down very fast your hair scales are like shields that are on the outside of your hair strands and it closes or lays down flat to keep moisture from escaping from your hair and it raises to eliminate moisture from your hair so its already so sensitive to temperature that we are adding a lot of coloring treatments or a lot of chemical treatments and extreme heat or cold on your hair this will make your hair become frizzy when your scales are standing up on the outside of your hair strands that's what the frizzy hair looks like it's scales that are raised so if your hair is processed its more likely that the scales of your hair are raised which is why your hair looks frizzy so the second tip that I went to give is that damaged hair is frizzy hair normally you would see that your ends frizzy and is a clear indication that you have to trim off any split ends that you may have or just trim off your ends period so when you notice that your ends are looking a little bit more frizzy than normal that usually indicates that your hair is damaged another tip that I'm going to give is that you want to make sure to keep your hair moisturized the best way to keep frizz away from your hair is moisturized hair usually frizz is right alongside having dry hair because dry hair the scales are just up and raised ready to receive any moisture that I can't whether from the hair from the shower from a very humid environment or if you just get ready to wash her hair so frizzy hair tends to be dry hair its super important that you have quality products to put onto your hair to stop your hair from being so frizzy if you are putting a lot of waxes or gels or creams on your hair that's not good for your hair its going to make your hair look frizzy once those ingredients are once those products are being wicked away from your hair so make sure to search this channel for any videos as far as what hair products will be best for your hair or ingredients to look out for when you are putting things on your hair as well so I wish you give me more information about your hair so I could really be more specific on how to combat frizz for you personally but these are general tips that will apply to people whether or not they have heat damaged hair whether or not they have dry hair or processed hair so I hope this has been helpful for you and that you can use any information I've mentioned to help you combat your frizzy hair and is always be sure to check out the description box for any information I've talked about is always in the products that I may recommend as well before you go make sure to sign up for my email list because only their I will be giving exclusive content so until then I thank you all for watching and I will see you all in my next video

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