Hair can be so unruly. No matter what your hair texture or hair type is, you may find that you always have to smooth or tame flyaways and frizz. While giving up heat styling and chemical processing can help, there are just some hair types that will always have a little bit of frizz to contend with. Enter hair smoothing serum, a genius silicone-based hair product (in our humble opinion) that has the power to detangle, smooth and tame the hair, resulting in silky, shiny and touchable strands.
Read on to discover some of the magic of hair smoothing serum. We’ll show you how it can benefit your particular hair type below:
Hair Smoothing Serum Benefits
1. For curly hair
Curly locks tend to be prone to dryness and damage. This is even more problematic if you blow-dry your hair straight on the regular. To tame any frizz, use a serum, like Dove Quench Absolute Creme Serum, that helps nourish your locks as it improves overall manageability. Acting as a conditioner of sorts, you can apply some serum on your curly hair every day. Just be sure to do sparingly as a little goes a long way with this particular hair care product.
2. For dry and damaged hair
Dry and/or damaged hair can be a pain to deal with. While getting regular trims and avoiding blowdrying should be on the top of your list, you’ll also need some help from serum to provide moisture. One of our favorites for dry hair is Suave Split End Rescue Hair Serum, a powerful formula that helps repair visible damage, resulting in smooth, soft hair.
3. For fine and thin hair
Those who have fine and/or thin hair may have to deal with a host of hair issues. In some instances, it might be limp locks with tons of flyaways and other times it might be thin strands that easily break. A hair serum like Suave Professionals Keratin Infusion Smoothing Hair Serum might just be your best bet. This frizz defense helps deliver smooth and silky hair that also helps make strands stronger. Make sure you use serum sparingly. We suggest using two to three drops mixed together between your palms, and then spread on the lengths and ends.