Tame that Frizz with These Anti-Frizz Products

Say goodbye to that humidity-induced poof.

Nothing can make for a bad hair day quite like frizz. Sure, we all love a little bit of extra texture in our hair, but all-over frizzy, unmanageable strands? Not so much. If you struggle with frizzy hair on a daily basis, you may want to consider some new ways to battle the fuzz. To help you out, we’re sharing a list of some of the best anti-frizz product for frizzy hair, including post-shampoo miracle workers as well as some permanent solutions.

Read on to learn more about how to de-frizz the right way!

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The best product for frizzy hair helps slick down your locks and makes them more manageable. Photo credit: indigitalimages.com

1. Hot Oil Treatment

If your frizz is caused by dry hair, we love to sort things out with a good dose of moisture. A hot oil treatment is great for this as it can add hydration to your hair. They work to concentrate on the frizziest areas of your hair, working to restore moisture, hydration and that touchable, frizz-free softness. It is also effective as an at-home, deep-conditioning treatment applied after using the best shampoo and conditioner for frizzy hair.

2. Hair Serums

For blow-dry buffs, we suggest using a hair serum, which is arguably one of the most effective frizzy hair remedies out there, to ensure you’ll have a sleek, frizz-free result.  After shampooing, apply about a dime-sized amount of TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Shine Serum all over your hair. The serum works to seal in the frizz, creating a luscious, silky texture.

3. Leave-in Conditioners

Another option for freshly-washed or damp hair is to use a leave-in conditioner. Just like using a hot oil treatment, a leave-in conditioner helps hydrate and tame frizz. Right now, we’re loving Love Beauty and Planet Smooth and Serene Argan Oil & Lavender Leave-In Smoothie Cream. Besides being an obvious hydration helper, this leave-in product smoothens frizz and flyaways, leaving your hair smooth and shiny.

4. Styling Oils

If you are trying to tame the frizz on already-styled hair, try out a styling oil. We recommend applying just half a drop of some oil between your two hands. Lightly pat the oil over your hair just enough to tame the frizz, but not so much that you end up with wet-looking hair. It’s a super-helpful trick if you’re in a pinch. Try Suave Moroccan Infusion Styling Oil for an intense dose of frizz-taming hydration.

 5. Brazilian Blowout

If frizz really gets you down, you can opt for a more permanent solution. Getting a Brazilian blowout lasts a few months and will keep your hair frizz-free the whole time. It works with keratin to smooth down your hair and give you that silky result! There are different levels of the Brazilian blowout, so you can keep your curls if you like or go for a straighter look.

6. Japanese Hair Straightening

For a permanent option, you can go for Japanese hair straightening. This is something like a perm, but instead of permanently holding a curl, it holds your hair totally pin-straight. Getting Japanese hair straightening is no joke, as your hair will be totally straight and frizz-free (for better or worse!) until your hair grows out. Rock out on that straight, frizz-free hair without needing a touch-up for up to six months, depending on your natural hair texture. But be sure to ask tons of questions before you opt for this hair treatment.

Bad Hair Day: Fighting Frizz

1. Treat your hair.

Masks are your BFF when you have dry, frizz-prone hair. We love hydrating hair masks that revive your stands, like Nexxus Humectress Restoring Masque. This formula helps keep hair sleek and smooth while preventing it from getting frizzy.

2. Let your hair air-dry.

To go heavy on your anti-frizz efforts, let your hair fully dry before you style it. Air-drying allows less heat to penetrate into your hair, thus causing dryness and more frizz.

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