Frizzy hair is mostly unruly, dry, and lacks smoothness. It is characterised by a frayed or fuzzy texture that is prone to flyaways and lacks manageability. Frizz occurs when the hair cuticles, which are the outermost layer of the hair shaft, become raised or damaged, causing moisture to escape and allowing humidity to penetrate the hair. This leads to an imbalance in the hair's moisture levels, resulting in an unsmooth, puffy, and tangled appearance.

Frizzy hair is caused due to genetics, excessive heat styling, chemical processing, overwashing the hair, environmental humidity, and lack of proper hair care. Hair that is naturally dry, curly, or coarse is more prone to frizz due to its structure and increased susceptibility to moisture loss.

Managing frizzy hair typically involves using hydrating and smoothing hair care products, such as moisturising shampoos and conditioners, hair toners, serums, and oils. These products help to hydrate the hair, seal the cuticles, and provide a protective barrier against humidity.

Additionally, minimizing heat styling, avoiding harsh chemical treatments, using a wide-toothed comb or a brush with natural bristles, and protecting the hair from excessive sun exposure can help reduce frizz and improve the overall appearance and texture of the hair.


To manage frizz, it's important to use moisturising and smoothing hair products, protect the hair from excessive heat and humidity, and adopt gentle hair care practices.

Here are some tips to help manage frizzy hair:

  1. Hydrate and Moisturise: Use hydrating and moisturising hair products such as shampoos, and conditioners. Blossom Kochhar Aroma Magic Moisture Boost Shampoo and Cream Conditioner are specifically formulated to combat frizz and contain natural ingredients like avocado, grapefruit, green tea, aloe vera gel, sage leaf extracts, and essential oils.

  2. Avoid Heat Styling: Minimise the use of heat styling tools like flat irons, curling irons, and blow dryers, as excessive heat can strip moisture from the hair, leading to frizz. If you need to use heat, apply a heat protectant spray and use the lowest heat setting possible.

  3. Use a Wide-Toothed Comb or a Brush with Natural Bristles: When detangling your hair, use a wide-toothed comb or a brush with natural bristles to prevent unnecessary friction and breakage.

  4. Don't Overwash: Overwashing can strip the hair of its natural oils, leading to dryness and frizz. Try to limit washing your hair to two or three times a week, or consider using a dry shampoo in between washes to refresh your hair without stripping away moisture.

  5. Embrace Hair Toners and Serums: Use serums and hair oil, to add moisture, nourishment, and protection against frizz. These products help to seal the cuticles and provide a barrier against humidity. Blossom Kochhar Aroma Magic Hair Oil and Hair Serum can greatly help keep the hair frizz-free. Hair Oil should be applied before hair wash and hair serum should be applied after head wash to keep the hair thoroughly protected.

  6. Avoid Rough Towel Drying: Instead of vigorously rubbing your hair with a towel, gently squeeze out excess water and pat your hair dry to prevent friction and breakage.

  7. Protect Your Hair from Environmental Factors: Cover your hair with a hat or scarf when exposed to wind, sun, or harsh weather conditions. This helps to shield your hair from drying out and becoming frizzy.

  8. Regular Trimming: Regular hair trims help to remove split ends and prevent further damage, which can contribute to frizz.

  9. Stay Hydrated and Eat a Healthy Diet: Drinking plenty of water and maintaining a balanced diet rich in vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats can promote overall hair health, making it more resilient against frizz.

Remember, managing frizzy hair requires a combination of proper hair care practices, moisture retention, and protection against external factors.