Got frizz? Frizz is usually the result of a raised, open cuticle layer that failed to close and seal due to lack of moisture, porosity issues, and so on. Rinsing or spritzing your hair with a low pH substance like apple cider vinegar or even carbonated water is a quick and simple way to help your cuticle layer flatten out a bit and tame those frizzies.
My favorite brand of apple cider vinegar to spritz in my hair is Bragg’s Apple Cider Vinegar because it’s organic and raw, meaning that it hasn’t been processed with yucky preservatives and other chemicals that you do NOT want in your hair.
Mix a tablespoon or two into an 8 ounces or 10 ounces fine mist spray bottle and spray it on your hair anytime the frizzies come out the play. You can also do an apple cider vinegar rinse, which is essentially rinsing your hair with a mixture of water and apple cider vinegar and pouring it over your hair after you shampoo it to tame frizz. To make this an easy, mess-free application, combine 4 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar and 8 ounces of water in a special mixing bowl and simply pour it over your tresses after you’ve rinsed out all of the shampoo or co-wash cleanser. Don’t worry about any lingering apple cider vinegar smell, it should eventually subside as your hair dries or as you apply your styling products.
I hope that helps, lovelies!