Simple and effective tips and tricks for dealing with unruly, rebellious hair

Simple and effective tips and tricks for dealing with unruly, rebellious hair

Do you find it hard to tame your hair? Dryness and frizz can make your hair unruly and rebellious. Here we give you a few simple tips for more manageable hair.

Hair gets frizzy because of a lack of moisture and natural oil on the scalp, which makes it drier and more difficult to handle. Therefore, one of the best ways to control unruly hair is to give it the moisture it needs. For example, argan oil can provide deep hydration. Simply apply a small amount to your (damp or dry) hair a few times a week.

You can also add honey to your regular hair care routine. This moisturising and nutrient-packed ingredient will make your hair look much healthier and shinier. Simply add a tablespoon of honey to a litre of water and apply it to freshly washed hair – no rinsing required.

You can also try to tame rebellious hair with an all-natural hair mask twice a week. A good option is an aloe vera and olive oil mask, as both have deeply moisturising properties. Simply mix five tablespoons of aloe vera with two tablespoons of oil, apply it and leave it on for 30 minutes. When rinsing your hair, use cold or lukewarm water.

Avoid using tools such as straighteners or hairdryers, as they damage your hair even more. If you absolutely must use them, get a heat protector (available in supermarkets or specialised shops) to minimise the damage. If possible, let your hair air-dry.


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Tamsin Brown

Originally from London, Tamsin is based in Malaga and is a local reporter for the Euro Weekly News covering Spanish and international news. Got a news story you want to share? Then get in touch at [email protected]

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