For some of us, the struggle with frizz is all too real. At times, it feels like there isn't enough moisture in the world to calm those strands down. Luckily for us, there have been hair scientists working away in their labs for the past century creating new and innovative products to solve all of our hair woes - included the dreaded frizz. If you're not sure what to do for frizzy hair, take a peek at our top recommendations so you feel sleek, smooth and ready to rock.
People wigged out when this stuff came out almost half a decade ago, winning the hearts and hair of everyone suffering from any remote amount of dryness. It creates instant smoothness, doesn't leave leftover grease, and simultaneously provides UV and heat protection (a major component of frizz).
Remember when we said it feels like there's not enough moisture in the world to soothe our dry ends? Well, we may have spoken a little too soon - enter scene R+Co High Dive, one of our favorite styling products we've started carrying in the past few years. This part time leave-in conditioner/part time frizz treatment makes your hair soft, shiny and smooth like you wouldn't believe. Did we mention that it smells delicious?
We like to carry this little guy on the go in a travel size, because nothing quite does the trick in a single spritz the same way. While it can also be used for heat protection, it's absolutely perfect for when you're out and about and catch a glimpse of the mess on your head in the mirror.
Got rain or static? No problem. Best suited for thick, coarse, curly hair, the Frizz Control is one of our favorite fresh-out-of-the-shower styling products to tame the wildest of manes. It aids in smoothing and nourishing so that you get to the root (no pun intended) of your dry hair woes.
You can't really do better than the OG best frizz fighter, and Marrakesh has earned its stripes both in hydration and healing when it comes to hair. Since frizz is a result of a lack of both of these, you KNOW your hair is going to be getting nothing but the utmost special treatment.
Posted by Sadie Upwall
Project Manager and Editor for the best little beauty business in town.