Frizzy hair is a problem that affects men just as often, if not more so, than women. This is because both curly hair and fine hair are prone to frizz, especially in cases of extreme humidity. The reasons usually tend to be extremely dry or damaged hair.
Eliminating frizzy hair is basically a simple process. In general, it can be handled quite easily in the shower or when the hair is washed. Over washing can cause the hair to dry out and become brittle or frizzy. However, use of a conditioner each time the hair is washed will help to replace most of the moisture that is stripped away by shampoo.
In addition to the regular conditioner that is applied and then rinsed away, it is recommended that those prone to frizzy hair invest in a mild leave in conditioner. This will continue to moisturize the hair as well as helping to prevent damage from combing or brushing.
Avoiding blow drying is a good idea if one is prone to frizzy hair. The heat from the dryer tends to dry the hair and increase the damage to hair that leads to frizz. Instead, it is recommended that one allows the hair to air dry.
Use of pomade or other styling products will help to control the amount of frizz while styling the hair. These products are designed to provide moisture while helping to hold the hair in place according to the chosen style. This also cuts down on the need to use a comb or brush to restyle the hair, thus cutting down on the chance of the hair being damaged.
There are several home remedies for frizzy hair as well, but most of these are things that most men would refuse to use on their hair. Fortunately, most conditioners and some styling products contain the needed ingredients to control frizzy hair for men.