What is the best hair product shampoo and condition for hair that is dry on just the ends and frizzy? But other wise is really healthy. I have to use so many products afterwards to just get the frizz down, plus my ends always look like I need a cut. But thank you so much.
You might want to try Ouidad's Ultra nourishing cleansing oil. I have super fine, long hair and that's the only thing I've found that didn't leave my hair weighed down or super oily.
I also really like the Briogeo Rosarco spray, but for deep leave-in conditioning on just the ends I'd go with something thicker. Have you tried Phyto products? I really like their Phytokeratine Extreme Exceptional Cream
For a more appearance-oriented finishing product, hair oils are great. They usually won't affect the underlying condition of the hair, because they stay on top rather than penetrating the strand, but they will help it look better. I have used Agave Oil Treatment and Bumble & Bumble Invisible Oil, and both are great. You can add them either on damp hair before you blow-dry, or after it's dry for more shine.
I've really been loving the Briogeo Be Gentle, Be Kind shampoo paired with their Curl Charisma conditioner. I've struggled with dryness forever and it's the best I've found. I also love their Rosarco Milk leave-In conditioning spray but I've actually found that I only need the shampoo and conditioner when I air dry like I usually do.
I know this pain so much. I have very long hair that tends to dry out on the ends and it frizzes like no one's business. First of all, I'd suggest a deep conditioning mask such as Briogeo Don't Despair, Repair! Deep Conditioning Mask to treat the dryness. For the frizz, maybe ALTERNA Haircare Caviar CC Cream for Hair 10-in-1 Complete Correction or Briogeo Rosarco Milk Reparative Leave-In Conditioning Spray.
Next time you're in-store, ask a Cast Member to make you up some samples of these products so you can try them for yourself!
For every day care, I also recommend oil (coconut, argan, bamboo, whatever works for you) on the ends, and if you don't already have a boar bristle brush I would get one. They really help with distributing the natural oils from your scalp to the ends of your hair.
I hope that helps!