Fight Summer Frizz

Fight Summer Frizz

 
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If there is ever a question, concern, or thought about hair, Robyn Michele is the woman with all of the answers.

This time, we asked Robyn about the one problem hair of all textures and lengths go through: Frizz. How can we fight frizz in the summer heat? Is smooth hair a lost cause? Robyn knows the products that will have you saying “bye” to frizz once and for all.

FINE HAIR TEXTURE
Hair is thin, or strands do not work well with heavy products. “Creams are not your friend!”

Robyn recommends Rusk Smooth Foam. This is light, and airy product that will give your hair the lift you want, while taming your frizz. Foam is great for fine hair!

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– Hair should be clean (works best when hair is fresh)
– Have damp to towel dried hair (you need moisture with the product)
– Apply product all over hair
– Smooth product with your brush and blow dryer (this will “marry” the product to your hair)

MEDIUM HAIR TEXTURE
Hair is thicker than fine hair, can handle the weight of a cream.

Robyn recommends Verb Styling Cream. “For medium hair, you can do either a foam or a cream… use the cream because medium textured hair can still handle that weight.” Verb’s products, even the creams, are light and airy.

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– Hair should be clean (works best when hair is fresh)
– Take most of the moisture out your hair
– Apply product all over hair
– Blow dry your hair as you normally would (Robyn also recommends boar bristle brushes for medium hair)

COARSE HAIR TEXTURE
Hair is thickest of all textures. A single strand can be felt between fingers.

Robyn recommends Jane Carter Solution Frizz Free Styling Smoother. This cream is slightly heavier than the Verb cream for medium hair, but is not oily. Coarse hair can handle the extra weight, and the extra weight in this cream will help tame the frizz coarse hair experiences.

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– Hair should be clean (works best when hair is fresh)
– Have damp to towel dried hair (you need moisture with the product)
– Apply product all over hair
– If you normally blow dry hair, blow-dry as you normally would. If you normally air dry your hair, Robyn recommends a two strand twist, braid, or “something that will hold the hair down.” If you let it air dry without doing a twist or braid, you are likely to still see some frizz.

For the record, Robyn owns the frizz. She loves to let it go wild and do what it wants. However, not everyone is about that life, and she gets it.

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