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How Redheads Can Combat Frizz in the Humid Months

Bye Bye, Summer Frizz!

Updated: November 2nd, 2023

If you live somewhere humid or are traveling to a humid climate you know the struggle of taming frizz in the summertime. Frizzy red hair is no fun, so check out these tips for tackling your frizz this summer. 

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Don’t rub! 

The worst thing you can do for frizzy-prone hair is to add extra static by rubbing it. When you get out of the shower, use a microfiber towel or cotton t-shirt to remove excess water instead of rubbing your hair with a towel.

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Apply a leave-in 

Adding a hydrating and frizz-reducing leave-in product to your hair before drying and styling will help to tame frizz and leave your hair nice and smooth. 

Blow dry

Air drying will often leave you with more frizz, so opt for a blow-dry instead. Add heat protection and dry on a low, cool setting until at least 80% dry. Smooth with a round brush as your go-to maintain volume. 

Do a wet style

No time for a blow-dry? Style your hair wet to reduce frizz later. Braids and sleek buns are great styles for wet hair. 

Use a hair mask

Choose a hair mask that specifically targets frizz and apply it 1-2 times per week. You can also do a mask with hair oils to help hydrate your red locks. 

Try a keratin treatment

Summer humidity got your hair out of control? Try getting a keratin treatment to smooth out your hair and reduce frizz. 

Set your style

Even if you don’t need hairspray to keep your style in place, it can help to reduce frizz and tame flyaways. You can also apply hair oil to the bottom half of your hair to smooth out any frizz after styling.

Carry de-frizzing tools

To keep frizz-free all day long, carry the necessities like a mini hairspray, dryer sheet, or an anti-frizz spray to touch up your hair as needed.

READ: 6 Non-Damaging Hairstyles Redheads With Long Hair Can Rock

READ: 4 Habits That Could Be Causing Excess Frizz 

Rock it like a Redhead!