Banish the frizzies!

Best Products for Dry Frizzy Curly Hair-girl-with-curly-hair

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I’d be a broken record if I continued to lament over my frizzy locks.  One thing that’s really helped me is using shampoo that doesn’t contain sodium lauryl sulfates.

And I’m always on the lookout for products that promise to banish the frizzies.

Avon Advance Techniques Lotus Shield definitely helps. 

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A little bit is all I need, maybe the size of a gumball. I rub it into the lower third of my hair and comb it thru. My hair is smoother and way less frizzy. I add just a touch of some kind of hair oil to keep my locks silky after blow drying.

Here’s how it works- “The key to controlling frizz is to control water absorption. Avon’s new lotus-inspired technology adds a water resistant layer to the hair, preventing excess moisture from entering the hair shaft.”

I think this product is a bargain at $12!

Ouidad’s products are formulated for people with curly hair.  While mine is only half curl, half sort of straight, I find the products work well to keep hair smooth and soft.

I especially like the Climate Control Gel. This product was a necessity during  a recent hot spell here in SoCal.

This lightweight gel reduces frizz with “Heat-activated European Wheat Protein that has a shielding effect on hair that breathes with the humidity, protecting the hair shaft and preventing hair from expanding.”  I use it after towel drying my hair.

When I get out of the shower and my hair is still quite wet, I apply the Moisture Lock Leave-In Conditioner, mostly to the ends of my hair. This gives my dry hair extra hydration without weighing it down.  

This one “seals the cuticle layer to prevent frizz and encourage healthier hair and scalp.”

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