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The Best Anti-Frizz Hair Products

As much as we wish the solution to all our hair problems came in a single miracle bottle (and one available at a bargain-basement price, at that), more often than not it takes the right cocktail of a routine — starting with shampoo and straight through to a flyaway-smoothing serum — to achieve your personal ideal of air-dried perfection.

But then, just when you think you’ve got your regimen down to a science, the whole delicate process falls completely out of whack the second the humidity spikes. “Frizzy hair usually requires more than one product,” says celebrity hairstylist Garren. “It can’t just be a shampoo-and-go solution — you need a prescription. Then, you’ll adapt the levels and into the formulation that works for you.”

While there’s no one-size-fits-all cure for frizz, there are a few helpful products that can make a huge difference. We asked some celebrity hairstylists to share their arsenal of humidity-blocking serums and shine lotions for a wide range of hair types. Ahead, their favourite formulations, and a foolproof guide to nixing your frizz before the muggy air tries to mess with your good hair days.

 

R+Co Twister Curl Primer

“Every head of hair grabs product differently,” says Garren, also the co-founder of trendy hair-care brand R+Co. “A little bit of this lotion gives a gorgeous shine and smoothness for someone with curly or natural hair because it closes the cuticle down to soften the curl. You don’t need a lot — just mix a little in your hand and work it through wet hair.”

R+Co Twister Curl Primer, $, available at Net-A-Porter

Garnier Whole Blends Coconut Oil

If your ends respond well to hydrating oils but you get greasy at the roots, this formula is a great pick. It absorbs instantly to deliver strand-by-strand softness and smoothness without residue.

Garnier Coconut Oil Hair Oil for Frizzy & Curly Hair, $, available at Boots

Kérastase Nutritive Oléo Relax Anti-Frizz Serum

Some serums deliver shine, but only at the cost of volume and fullness. Medina tells us this serum does no such thing. “It leaves even the finest hair silky smooth, shinier, and more manageable,” he says. “The end result is this unique trifecta of long-lasting volume control, softness, and shine.”

Kérastase Nutritive Serum, $, available at Kérastase

Leonor Greyl Éclat Naturel

If your ends feel dry and brittle — as they tend to do in the summer, especially if you see a colourist regularly — Justine Marjan recommends this chic tube. “This stuff is a great finishing product for dry hair if the ends look frazzled or if you get a frizz halo around your part or hairline,” she says. “I like to use a small amount on my palms, run it through the hair, and go.”

Leonor Greyl Eclat Naturel Nourishing Styling Cream, $, available at Cult Beauty

 

Carol’s Daughter Hair Milk Cream To Serum Treatment

For natural hair, Carol’s Daughter makes a cream-to-serum hair milk that comes highly recommended. “I recommend this product to anyone with curls spanning from 2C to 4C in texture,” says Giovanny Jorge, founder of NYC’s Hair Repair Bar by Giojé. “This is your key to keeping moisture in and frizz out, through any level of humidity.”

Carol’s Daughter Hair Milk Cream To Serum Lotion, $, available at Pak Cosmetics

 

This lightweight oil envelops strands prone to frizz, keeping them in place. It makes hair smooth, shiny and soft instantly.Living Proof No Frizz Vanishing Oil, $, available at Cult Beauty

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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