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3 frizz-busting tips PLUS a hot hair giveaway

 
Tame that mane with our frizz-free tricks. Study up on getting smooth tresses and then enter our giveaway: 3 girls will be hooked up with a frizz-fighting prize pack from Infusium 23. Keep reading for all the deets.

 
Don’t over wash. Frizzy locks tend to be dry, so they don’t need to be washed everyday. Gradually work your way down from washing it everyday, and that frizz should ease off. If necessary, spritz a little dry shampoo on your roots on the in between days.
 

Avoid the heat. There’s no need to add more fuzz.  Lay off the blow dryer and let hair air dry. If you must blow out your locks, use the cooler settings.  It also helps to use thermal-protection products and a diffuser before layin’ on the heat.
 
Get a trim. Split ends are totally obnoxious, and def don’t help out with the frizz.  Chop them off! Get a trim at least every 3 months to keep your hair healthy and take the dead weight off your head.  
 

WIN BIG! Three girls will fight frizz with Infusium 23 shampoo, conditioner and leave-in treatment. Contest ends Dec. 1 so ENTER NOW!

BY NATALIE VARGAS ON 11/17/2010 2:19:00 PM

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