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Do you know of a remedy for the frizzies?

Asked by Gemini (495points) April 14th, 2010

I have fine, naturally curly hair that is often dry and gets frizzy on contact with moist or humid weather. I am open to home or store bought remedies.

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slick44's avatar

Im the same way. I have tried everyting. I think frizz ease works or sunsilk hydra tlc.

Vunessuh's avatar

John Frieda’s Frizz-Ease shampoo and conditioner works really well for me. I began noticing over time that after I blew dry my hair, the frizz was lessoning significantly.
They have shampoos for curly hair as well as weather-proofing daily shampoo. Check it out here.

slick44's avatar

Also i think Infusium leave in treatment, used daily works really well.

DarkScribe's avatar

A razor. Works every time. I shave my head once a month then let it grow back. No frizzies I can assure you. (But back when Afros were in fashion I had them.)

thriftymaid's avatar

My daughter had the problem and used an Aussie product.

ambos's avatar

I swear by Frizz-Ease Secret Weapon. I hate the crunchy feeling of gel and mousse, but my hair gets poofy/frizzy when I don’t put anything in it. I absolutely love Secret Weapon, it keeps my curls smooth and touchable. (I feel like I’m promoting a product, but I really do swear by it.)

deni's avatar

use shampoo and conditioner that are specifically made for giving your hair moisture. also, i dont have curly hair but in the winter my hair gets really frizzy and dry, and i use static guard. spray it either on your hands or on a comb and then put it on your hair. it worked well.

slick44's avatar

The frizz ease thermal protection serum. is also great for after you wash and towel dry your. I guess frizz ease sounds like your best bet, from what i have read from others.

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