How To Banish Frizz Once And For All
When temperatures and humidity levels are in flux, our hair can get a little confused. And with the official start of fall coming this week, our strands—whether curly, straight or somewhere in between—are bound to experience some frizz in the transition. Help yours chill out and stay manageable with a tailored smoothing treatment. Ahead, our favorites for every single hair type.
Frizz Fighters For Every Hair Type
For Thin Hair
This daily-use serum will strengthen fine hair. It detangles, prevents frizz, protects and nourishes strands.
For Wavy Hair
Living Proof's No Frizz range is formulated with its proprietary polyfluoroester molecule. Weightless enough not to bring down your waves, it blocks humidity, smooths the cuticle and repels dirt.
For Thick Hair
Coconut oil, macadamia seed oil and grape-seed oil work together with other nutrients as they're absorbed into the hair. Run this through your strands for an ultra-soft feel and hint of shine.
For Curly Hair
Curly girls are more prone to humidity than those with other hair types. This frizz-fighting gel won't weigh down curls.
For Dry, Damaged Hair
Camellia oil allows this oil-in-cream formula to absorb into hair at lightning speed. It deeply penetrates to lock in nutrients and moisture, and helps maintain the lipid balance of the hair fiber.
For Coarse Hair
The pioneer in the argan oil beauty phenomenon, this treatment can be used as a conditioning, styling and finishing tool. It detangles, speeds up drying time and boosts shine, making your hair a lot more manageable.
For Color-Treated Hair
This intense, hydrating pre-shampoo treatment restores radiance to color-treated hair. The combo of sage, lemon, rosemary, juniper berries and castor oil can also be used prior to color to protect the hair and scalp.
For Chemically Processed Hair
Chemically treated hair doesn't suffer from frizz quite as much as other hair types, but it does get flyaways. This product can help prevent breakage and provides a sleek hold without a greasy finish.