Frizz, fly always, fuzzies are common and annoying. Hair straighteners are the most popular thing to tame frizz these days. They range from cheap ones to ones like the Instyler to the uber expensive GHD's. The more expensive do work really well but they are still time consuming, put a huge hole in your pocket and can damage your hair.
So what other ways can we tame the frizz? What shampoos, conditioners and serums work for you?
Do any of these so called 'frizz ease' treatments really work or is it all just a marketing ploy?
Does anyone know something else that works? What about something natural?
Any ideas? Let us know below and don't forget to vote for the best answer.
Even if I don't need to, I get my hair coloured, styled and blow dried professionally once every six weeks, and while at the hairdressers they add some additional toner and protein treatment, and my hair is dead straight. I maintain this with frizz free hair care products, in tandem with a straightener. When my hair starts to get blonde again, I darken it up, and that also helps.
Has anyone tried the curly girl method? Basically you wash your hair less often and use either only conditionaer or sulphate free shampoos so that the natural hair oil has a chance to recover and regulate frizz. Google it!
I have frizzy / wavy / puffy hair all my life and I haven't found a single product that could really tame the frizz yet. Redken / Loreal's hair essential oil seem to help in reducing flyaway hair but not exactly taming the frizz.
Best natural way is to leave your hair un-wash for a day if you have to let it down. Natural oil produced from hair gland seems to be the best way to tame the frizz for me.
I've also tried to straighten my hair permanently which really helps but the constant touch-up on new hair-growth is high-maintenance so I've stopped doing it for more than a year now.