How to fight frizz
Get rid of poofy hair for good! Forget sulking into spring with a fuzzy mop, we’ve got easy frizz-busters that’ll make your locks shiny and smooth. Whether your hair is curly, straight or somewhere in between, we’ve got your coif covered.
To get to the point, frizz shows no preferences--any hairtype can be affected, though most frizz starts with dry hair. Use a super moisturizing shampoo and conditioner to combat dryness at the root.
John Frieda Frizz Ease Hydrating Shampoo, $6, target.com
After showering, curly-haired chicas should apply a styling cream to wet hair. Find one that’s specially formulated for thick, curly hair and smooth it over any areas that are particularly frizzy, like the ends. Living Proof Styling Cream works by coating hair with a protective barrier that actually eliminates frizz while defining your curls.
Living Proof Styling Cream, $14, sephora.com
After drying and styling, straight-haired sistahs can touch up any flyaways with a glossing cream that acts like a serum and conditioner in one. Use a dime-sized amount when applying to keep strands silky smooth without weighing them down.
Fekkai Glossing Cream, $9, bathandbodyworks.com
Got dry, brittle tresses? A pre-shampoo treatment will leave locks lustrous and full of body (and nary a misplaced hair in sight). It’s chock full of nutrients like coconut, jojoba and almond oil to keep hair looking and feeling its best for days to come.
Jasmine and Henna Fluff-Eaze, $22, lushusa.com
Use an anti-frizz hairspray to lock in your look after styling. Find one that’s made to fight frizz, like Moroccanoil Luminous Hair Spray which blocks humidity and adds shine while leaving hair bouncy and full of life. Ingenious!
Moroccanoil Luminous Hair Spray, $24, amazon.com