#BlosNoBrainer: How to Fix Frizz With A Blo Out

If you’re like us, you’ve experienced frizzy hair. Of course, there’s ever just once piece sticking up, there are several dedicated to ruining the chances of having a good hair day. Luckily, we have a solution: a blowout. Not only does a blow out bar allow you to look and feel your best, but our techniques also remove pesky frizz. Here are five keys that fix frizz with a blo out.

How to Fix Frizz With A Blo Out

Using the right shampoo

Using the perfect shampoo is the key to achieving a sleek blo out. Shampoos that contain ingredients like sulfates, parabens or anything else you can pronounce can strip your hair of its natural oils. Of course, extremely oily hair isn’t ideal, but your skin’s natural oils do help fight frizz. Your hairstylist will use a sulfate-free shampoo that will give you a gentle wash that prepares you for your blow out.

Detangling while wet

Regardless of your hair type, your hair needs to be detangled. For those who hair extremely curly or coily hair, detangling while wet is a necessity. You should never detangle your curly hair while it’s dry as it promotes breakage and split ends. Those with straight or wavy hair should also detangle while wet as it does help control frizz in the long run. 

Using a Leave-in Conditioner

While we may have stated that using a sulfate-free shampoo was the key to a frizz-free blo out, we’d like to add a leave-in conditioner to that to create a holy grail combo. A leave-in conditioner coats your hair, providing moisture to the hair’s shaft. This allows your hair to soak up less humidity. South Florida suffers from humidity all year long, so we’ve just let you in on a little secret.

No Cotton Towels

Trust us, that cotton towel that you use at home is the cause of your frizz. When you rub your hair on a towel, it roughs up the cuticle which causes more frizz at your roots. By rubbing your hair down the shaft, it causes frizz and breakage. Your hairstylist will never use a cotton towel on your hair, but instead a microfiber towel to gently squeeze excess water from your hair and reduce frizz.

Using A Blow Dryer to Smooth Your Cuticle

At a blo dry bar, using a blow dryer is our specialty. By using heat styling tools correctly, you’re able to eliminate frizz. Blowing the air from the dryer down the hair shaft and away from the roots is the key, along with following the dryer with a brush.

Reduce frizz with a blo out from Blos·Roses

Frizz can truly ruin a perfect hair day, but thanks to the tips above, your hair should be protected. The keys are simple: using a sulfate-free shampoo, following up with a leave-in conditioner, detangling while wet, using a microfiber towel and a handy blow dryer. All of these great tips and tools can be found at Blos·Roses. We effortlessly bridge the gap between high-  beauty services and time to allow the modern woman to look her best in an hour or less. For appointments, feel free to give us a call and be on your way to frizz-free hair.

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