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how do i get the frizz out of my hair?

how do i get the frizz out of my hair?  i use products that claim to be anti frizz, i have my hair trimmed every three weeks.  what can i do?

The best thing you can do is make sure that you are hydra...

The best thing you can do is make sure that you are hydrating your hair.  I use John Freida's Smooth Start shampoo and Phyto's Phytojoba conditioner, and my hair no longer frizzes.  Be sure to use good serums, like Phytodefrisant, or a silicone-based serum (I like Paul Mitchell's Super Skinny Serum).  If you need more help, try a good hair mask like Ojon's Restorative Hair Mask or Phytonectar.  And if you are flat ironing, a good heat protectant is a must.  Redken's Iron Silk is by far the best.  Also, dry shampoo you hair so that you can go longer between shampoos - shampooing too often is not good.

@ Idahoannie  I would recommend trying the Living Proof p...

@ Idahoannie  I would recommend trying the Living Proof products.  They have a product made for every hair type.  If your hair is curly and you want it to stay that way, you can use one of the Wave Shaping Curl Defining products.  If you have or prefer straight hair, you can use one of the Straight Making No Frizz products.  In addition to giving you those two options, there is also one for fine to medium hair, medium to thick hair and thick to coarse hair, each designed with the consistency that will work best for your needs.  I've had gotten really good feedback from clients located in the most humid areas of the country.  We also have some great kits available right now if you would like to try the whole regimen. 

Straight Making Styling System ($34 Value)

http://www.sephora.com/browse/brand_hierarchy.jhtml?brandId=Living%20Proof

I feel your pain, I have the same problem. I also have is...

I feel your pain, I have the same problem. I also have issue with a lot of hair falling out, so getting rid of the frizziness with my flat iron is out of the way. Even though there's all these supposed-to-be great product for frizz, the thing I find the more useful is having a good conditionner. I switch to one selling at my salon and it made a big difference (I think it's Catwalk or something, and it smells pretty awesome too). II also love this product (when I used to use my flat iron). TIGI Spoil me. sm_defrizzer_lge.pngI hope it helped a little.

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