We get it, curly hair usually requires a lot more maintenance than straight hair.
Generally, curly hair is a lot drier than straight hair, making it much more prone to frizz.
However it's also possible to have hair that's both curly, frizz-prone, and greasy. Kinda unfair, right?
Well don't you worry 'bout a thang baby. You've come to the right place.
We're going to let you in on 5 frizzy hair tips, so you can enjoy the benefits of smoothing hair products without causing any extra oiliness to those gorgeous curly locks of yours.
1. Know why hair gets frizzy
First things first: you need to understand why your curly hair is frizzy and greasy sometimes too.
When the hair cuticles open to absorb moisture from the atmosphere, the hair strands swell.
With curly strands naturally being quite dry, your hair is more likely to become frizzy. You may have dehydrated hair, but you can also suffer from greasy roots if your scalp is producing too much sebum.
Using the right products for frizzy curly hair can be a game changer. Here's a couple of our favourites...