Quick Methods to Stop My Hair From Being Fluffy

Updated April 17, 2017

Hair that is dry or coarse can become frizzy and fluffy. It can be difficult to tame, especially if you are in a hurry. Luckily, however, there are some remedies that will reduce the frizz and even flatten your hair. Try them the next time you need to get rid of the fluff in a hurry.

Use Natural Oils

Use an oil, such as castor oil, to tame the fluff. Castor oil will moisturise and reduce the frizz and fluff in your hair. Just place a few drops in your hands and run it evenly throughout the length of your hair. Alternatively, you can also use coconut oil. Make sure you spread the coconut oil evenly throughout your hair. You can use these oils on dry or wet hair to quickly eliminate fluffy hair.

Dryer Sheets

Use dryer sheets to eliminate fluffy hair and flyaways. Basically, you just run the dryer sheet down the length of your hair starting at the roots.The sheets eliminate static and fluff, so try this method if you don't have any other products at hand. You may be pleasantly surprised at how it flattens your hair and eliminates the fluffiness.

Anti-Frizz Serums

Use an ant-frizz serum on your fluffy hair. Just apply the serum according to the directions on the package. The product usually contains a silicone, which smooths and flattens the hair. You only need a few drops to keep the fluffiness at bay, so try this type of product for an easy solution to your fluffy hair.

Use Moisture Creams

Apply some type of cream or lotion to your fluffy hair. Use what you have handy. For instance, if you have a moisturising body lotion, take two or three drops and apply it to your hair. You add moisture to dry hair while flattening the fluff. Of course, you can also use a leave-in conditioner. The important thing is to add some moisture to the hair. Start with just two or three drops. If your hair is still fluffy, add some more drops.

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Melissa Morang began writing professionally in 2002. She has created sales scripts for telemarketing companies and contributes to online publications. Morang has a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Minnesota.