Why Is My Hair Frizzy In The First Place?
Frizz isn’t just restricted to those with curly or thick hair. Frizz is the result of dry hair - which can come from many factors, including humidity, colouring and heat damage.
“Coarse hair that is curly or grey is generally the most frizzy. Finer textures usually go fluffy rather than frizzy and thin hair that is lacking moisture or pigment generally gets frizzy at the ends,” explains Joey.
“To tame frizzy hair, you need to pack the hair with protein and moisture. Protein is important because if there is no protein in the hair, moisture has nothing to hold on to.”
As well as a frizz-fighting Shampoo and Conditioner, I like to use a hair treatment for an extra hit of moisture. The Eleven Australia Miracle Hair Treatment has been one of my go-tos for years - working for all hair types and getting right into the hair shaft to seriously moisturise, which in turn helps the frizz.
Here's my hair after using the Goldwell Kerasilk Control Shampoo and Conditioner.
What’s So Special About Goldwell Kerasilk?
As an impatient person, I LOVE it when I can actually see the results after a product after just a few uses. This is one of those instances. I kept the rest of my styling regimen exactly the same, so I could easily see if there was a difference.
After a few days too long in a bun and dry shampoo, my hair felt deliciously clean. It was noticeably softer, silkier and less frizzy, particularly around my hairline. When I’ve tried new shampoos in the past, my roots have felt oilier after a few years. Not this one - it gently cleanses without leaving behind unwanted residue or product build up. The smell is also subtle and pleasant without being overbearing.
Paraben and gluten free, the shampoo works on all hair types that have frizzy tendencies, from straight to curly and all those in-between.