Frizzy hair, flyaways and unruly tresses are annoyingly common hair woes that can affect all hair types. There’s nothing like curating a model hair care routine or spending time to create the perfect blowout — just to consistently be left with frizzy strands and flyaways.
If you’re wondering how to fix it, you’re in luck because the answer is actually simple — you need a great frizz-controlling serum in your life. The L’Oréal Paris Elvive Dream Lengths Frizz Killer Serum Leave-In just may be the hair care hero you’re looking for. Read on to learn all about the Elvive Dream Lengths Frizz Killer Serum Leave-In and why it’s a must-have for your summer hair care routine.
What Does a Frizz Serum Do?
Frizz has a tendency to affect all hair types from time to time and many variables factor into frizzy hair, including whether your hair is damaged and your hair care routine. Some hair types like fine hair or curly hair are more prone to frizz while damaged strands can experience breakage and also present themselves as frizzy and unruly. Some just experience frizziness based on the way their hair naturally air dries.
The simple fix for frizzy strands, for all hair types, is to add a frizz serum to your routine. Adding this single step to your routine is easy and it makes a big difference in the end result keep reading on to learn what a frizz serum can do for your hair.
1. It Fights Frizz
Yep, the obvious reason to reach for an anti-frizz serum is to tame frizz and smooth flyaways. The Elvive Dream Lengths Frizz Killer Serum Leave-In helps to add shine while coating strands with added hydration, making them smoother and more manageable.
2. It Offers Heat Protection
The Elvive Dream Lengths Frizz Killer Serum Leave-In is a great way to protect your strands from potential hot tool damage while taming frizz and flyaways. The added 450-degree heat protection is great for days when you want to banish frizz and restyle your day four strands with a curler or flat iron. You can also apply it to wet strands for heat protection plus frizz taming before blow drying.
3. It Makes Styling Easy for All Hair Types
The versatile Elvive Dream Lengths Frizz Killer Serum Leave-In smoothes hair to banish flyaways while making it more manageable for wet or dry styling for all hair types.
Editor’s tip: Apply a few pumps of this frizz serum before styling your hair in a low bun to smooth strands for a slicked-back look.
What’s the Difference Between a Hair Oil and a Frizz Serum?
While a hair oil serves to add hydration and nourishment to hair, a frizz serum is a styling product that helps to smooth flyaways and make it more manageable for styling, while adding shine. The Elvive Dream Lengths Frizz Killer Serum Leave-In is a nice combination of the two — fighting frizz while offering shine and boosting hydration without any greasy texture or weighing down your hair.
How to Use the Dream Lengths Frizz Killer Serum Leave-In
This frizz fighter is super easy to use for all hair types. Follow the steps below to make it a consistent step in your hair care routine.
Step 1. Start with clean, damp hair. For straight hair, cleanse your strands with the L’Oréal Paris Elvive Dream Lengths Restoring Shampoo for Long, Damaged Hair and condition with the L’Oréal Paris Elvive Dream Lengths Conditioner for Long, Damaged Hair. If you have curly and wavy hair, try the L’Oréal Paris Elvive Dream Lengths Curls Moisture Push Shampoo and the L’Oréal Paris Elvive Dream Lengths Curls Moisture Seal Conditioner. After cleansing, towel dry and brush your strands.
Step 2. Apply one to two pumps of the Dream Lengths Frizz Killer Serum Leave-In onto damp strands and blow dry as normal.
Step 3. If you want to use the serum on dry hair, apply one to two pumps to tame frizz and static, then style your hair as normal.
How Often Can I Use a Frizz Serum?
This really depends on your hair type and your hair care routine so the answer is different for everyone. Reach for Dream Lengths Frizz Killer Serum Leave-In as needed, but especially before you blow dry your hair and when you’re going to heat style dry strands.
If you have fine hair, you probably don’t want to use a frizz serum daily because it can lead to product buildup and greasy strands. But, if you have curly or damaged hair and need to use a frizz serum daily, go ahead and just concentrate it on the ends.
Written by: Reece Andavolgyi, Design by: Crystal Simone
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