With Fashion Week right around the corner, it becomes more and more obvious that not all of us can sport a frizzy do quite like the models a la LV. (Unless you’re AfroBella.) Whether you have curly hair, straight hair, or wear your curly hair straight, out-of-control frizz tends to be be less of a fierce beauty statement and more of a hassle. Miss Cozy‘s Tip of the Day: Some natural ‘do it at home’ remedies are the best solutions frizzy hair. To create balance in natural chemicals that may cause frizzy hair, try rinsing with equal amounts of apple vinegar and water after conditioning. This will smooth out hair cuticles. (Keep eyes tightly shut if using this method – vinegar stings.) Shea butter can also smooth out hair while preventing a greasy look. Avoid using a hair brush if you have frizz-prone hair. Try using a hair pick and finger combing when hair is dry. Avoid rubbing wet hair with a towel. Instead, try letting wet hair set in a towel for ten minutes after a shower. Air-drying hair whenever possible, instead of using a blow dryer. Another suggestion is to try adding a dime-sized amount of natural vegetable glycerin to water and applying to wet hair after a shower. This can also be mixed into a gel or mousse product that you regularly use. Lastly, avoid hair products that contain drying ingredients such as sodium lauryl sulfate and alcohol. Some of the best remedies for frizzy hair can also be the cheapest. (Check out CozyWallet.com for more swank ways to save money, and look good doing it.) If you have the chance, try to stop by one of these great events this weekend: San Francisco, California – Another food fest–but one focusing on local, sustainable, DIY (Do it yourself) food and drinks. Contests in butchery, canning and jamming, demos on raising chickens, keeping bees and making cheese; sustenance such as roti, paella, ice cream, homemade beer and kombucha. This festival runs from August 27th until August 29th @ Jack London Square (Broadway and Embarcadero), Oakland. For more information visit Eat Real Festival. Denver, Colorado – Formerly known as the Natural History Museum, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science offers educational fun for all ages. The Museum was founded in 1900 by Denver naturalist Edwin Carter. Today, the collection houses more than one million objects from around the world. This Monday, August 30th 2010, enjoy a Free Day @ the Denver Museum of Nature and Science – @ the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, 2001 Colorado Blvd. from 9 am – 5 pm (Free admission for Colorado residents) – 303-322-7009. For more information visit Denver Museum of Nature & Science. Washington, DC – “Feet in the Street” – No Cars, No Traffic, Just fun! This second annual event will be held on Saturday, August 28, 2010 – 9 am-3 pm at Fort Dupont Park. ‘The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) and the National Park Service are teaming up to host a car-free event in Fort Dupont Park in Southeast Washington to promote physical activity, green transportation choices, and community spirit.’ Come join in Putting your Feet in the street and run, walk, bike, skate and other organized activities – including nature hikes, rock climbing wall, fitness classes, community garden tours and vegetable gleaning, healthy cooking demonstrations, free bike rentals courtesy of Bike and Roll and more! For more information visit Feet in the Street. Orlando, Florida – “Tears for Fears” (nope, not a scary movie, but rather a concert) will be held this Saturday, August 28th 2010 from 4:00pm – 10:00pm. @ City Hall Plaza (included in the downtown concert series). This concert is ffeaturing the Gibson Smokin’ Opening Act, Rib Eating Contest, Free Cookies and more! For more info: 321-281-2000. For more information visit WMMO.com Long Island, New York – Stop by the Annual Italian Festival presented by the Cellini Lodge/Sons of Italy. This festival runs until Sunday, August 29, 2010. There will be an international food court, delectable zeppoles, pastries and other goodies! Enjoy Music and Fireworks on Saturday, and on Sunday, from 3pm to 5 pm, everyone enjoys FREE admission plus half-price on pasta. For more inf o, contact (516) 747-1680. For more information visit Cellini Lodge #2206. Start a Conversation Cancel a Conversation Connect with Enter your WordPress.com blog URL http://.wordpress.com Proceed Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.