frizzy hair

Frizzy Hair: Effective Ways of Treating Your Hair

Share this now:

If someone’s inviting you on a date, it’s only appropriate that you make an excellent first impression with that person. But when you’re preparing for a date, you’re bound to run into some issues. That is especially true when it comes to maintaining your hair.

Let’s face it: nobody wants to look like they just got out of bed and forgot to comb their hair or treat it right before a date. Whether we have straight hair, wavy hair, or even curly hair, nobody wants to have frizzy and unkempt hair, especially when you’re trying to make an excellent first impression on your date.

But taming and treating your frizzy hair can be a challenge. However, it’s not entirely impossible. Most of the time, treating frizzy hair might take more than a few days, but it is possible to treat it a few hours before a date. Here’s what you can do to treat frizzy hair right before your date.

What Causes Frizzy Hair?

Usually, this is caused by dry hair that’s lacking in moisture. The sudden rise in humidity in the environment can also lead to frizzy hair becoming even worse. That is usually because dry hair will try its best to absorb as much water in the air so that it’ll become “straighter.” However, what this does is that it causes most of the outer layer to swell up.

In most cases, cuticles will have overlapping slaves, which react when changes to the air’s moisture. The “texture” of the hair will usually be dictated by how these cuticles react.

The general rule of thumb is that anything that will dry out the hair will make it even more frizzy. Contrary to what most people think, shampoos that are “basic” or alkaline and hair gel that contains alcohol can also dry it out.

If you don’t necessarily have the time to treat your entire hair, you might want to consider using hair extensions designed to hide split ends and frizzy hair. That is an excellent way of making your hair look more moisturized without having to spend hours smoothing your hair.

No worries, there are several ways of increasing your hair’s moisture while having a smoother look. Here are some excellent home remedies that you can use right before a date.

Coconut Oil

For many women residing in tropical countries, coconut oil is known for the right way of treating all kinds of complications for your hair. Being high in lauric acid means that it can quickly mitigate hair loss while retaining a fair amount of moisture.

All you’ll need to do is gently massage your scalp and hair with the coconut oil and leave it there for 15 minutes. If you’re planning on going it on your hair as a mask, you might have to let it sit in overnight.



Usually, conditioners, specifically leave-in conditioners, are used just right after shampooing your hair. That is used in the same way as any other conditioner. But you’ll need to leave this on your hair for an extended period.

It is known for being a great way of addressing moisture while also softening your hair. Compared to other forms of smoothing your hair, conditioners are explicitly designed to retain moisture and keep it free from frizzing.

Most experts would suggest using conditioners that have frizz-controlling oil as an ingredient.

Argan Oil

This type of oil is used in various products but is often used in moisturizing agents since it’s a great way of retaining water on your skin and hair. If your hair is quite sensitive to sunlight, you might want to use this.


Lastly, one of the tried and tested ways of treating your hair is using one of the book’s oldest tricks: eggs. Eggs are known for being high in biotin, protein, and vitamins that will help retain any moisture on your scalp and hair. Although there aren’t many studies conducted around this process, most people in the beauty industry still believe that it’s a great “alternative” to other treatments.

That is one of the cheaper ways of treating your hair without spending much on hair products. Still, it’s essential to consult with an expert first, especially if you’re allergic to eggs.

Although most of these ingredients might sound delicious and would make great ingredients for a dish, but they’re also great ways of maintaining moisture in your hair. Again, most of these ingredients don’t necessarily have any scientific basis, so you’ll need to do some critical research on what you’ll need. After all, making an excellent first impression with the person you’re dating has hair that will make heads turn in your direction.

About The Author

Scroll to Top