Acquired frizzy hair is hair that should not have been frizzy to begin with, but one day suddenly becomes frizzy. Acquired frizzy hair can be restored by reviewing your daily hair care. Here, we will show you how to restore your frizzy hair back to its original healthy state.
What to do is simple. Just the usual care.
The care of acquired frizzy hair is not a major undertaking. It is a post-wash care
and blow-drying to restore lost moisture. Below we explain how to choose shampoo, towel dry, and blow dry.
Use amino acid-based shampoo.
Acquired frizzy hair is caused by an imbalance between the water-repellent cortex and water-absorbing cortex inside the hair in one direction or the other, resulting in frizzy hair when the hair dries or when the hair gets wet. It is important to restore the ratio of water-repellent cortex to water-absorbing cortex to 1:1.
To do this, use an amino acid-based shampoo.
3 points for towel drying
After washing your hair, towel dry it first. There are three points to keep in mind when doing so.
- Gently wrap the entire hair with a towel to remove moisture. Do not wipe hard.
- Scissor the ends of your hair with the towel and pat it.
Wipe the entire area with a gentle stroking motion.
Wiping forcefully and ruffling will cause hair damage. Be careful.
Three key points of blowing
- Dry hair at least 15 cm away from the hair, swinging from side to side to prevent heat from accumulating in one spot.
- Direct the air from the roots to the ends of the hair to close the cuticles.
- Use your free hand to pull the hair a little from the roots while running a hand comb through the hair.
Particularly, pulling while drying will help to elongate the kinks and settle the hair. If you are not good at blow drying, you can use a hair dryer and brush integrated into one unit.