Products & Tips To Tame Frizzy Hair

If you struggle with frizzy hair all year round, you’ll know it’s only made worse by the heat. Thankfully, there are ways to keep your hair looking smooth and sleek – here are the products we rate and a few expert tips to take on board…
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THE SHAMPOO & CONDITIONER: No Frizz Shampoo & Conditioner, £40 | Living Proof

Why We Love It: This shampoo and conditioner duo work hard to lock in moisture and keep frizz at bay. The shampoo shields hair against the effects of humidity, while the conditioner nourishes and detangles with its lightweight formulation. Just try not to overdo things – excess washing can easily dry hair out and strip it of much needed nourishment, which will only result in more frizz.

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THE SPRAY: Dream Coat Supernatural Spray, £26 | Color Wow

Why We Love It: Offering instantly noticeable results, this spray gives each strand an ultra-glossy sheen when used in tandem with heat styling. Known to resurrect colour treated hair and restore a healthy-looking shine, simply spritz it into damp hair and blow dry. Just bear in mind this needs heat and a taught hold from a hairbrush to be able to work its magic.

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THE DETANGLER: Discipline Fluidissime Spray, £22 (was £27.50) | Kérastase

Why We Love It:  Ideal for detangling wet hair, this spray is especially good for those with finer hair, thanks to its super lightweight feel. When spritzed onto the hair, it conditions each strand to lock in moisture and reduce frizz. The best bit? The pro-keratin formula will strengthen and repair your hair from the inside out.

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THE OIL: Goldwell Kerasilk Control Rich Protective Oil, £27

Why We Love It: This nourishing dry oil effectively locks in moisture to give hair a lustrous shine and silky feel. It works great on wet or dry hair. When wet, use it before a blow dry to protect the hair and fuse the goodness into each strand. On dry hair, smooth it through the lengths to tame flyaways and keep frizz at bay.

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THE MASK: Art Of Hair Ultimate Reset Mask, £39.45 (£52.65) | Shu Uemera

Why We Love It: Patrick Wilson, Kérastase Expert and Celebrity Hairstylist explains: “Your hair needs a product that will add moisture and then seal it in after, which is why masks are great for frizz. Another benefit is a mask will help shield the hair surface from drying out, so you’re less likely to get flyaways or baby hairs resurfacing throughout the day.” This particular mask does just that by repairing and restoring thirsty strands, with a Japanese Rice Extract enriched formula that intensely nourishes each strand.

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THE FINISHING CREAM: Finishing Cream, £20 | OUAI

Why We Love It: Developed by celebrity hair stylist Jen Atkin, Ouai’s range promises visible results, and this finishing cream is no exception. The formula adds an ultra-glossy finish to hair, effortlessly smoothing out dry, frizzy ends and leaving each strand with a light-reflecting shine. Pros recommend popping a few drops onto towel dried hair and spreading it through the lengths with a comb before blow drying or letting hair dry naturally.

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THE LEAVE-IN CREAM SERUM: ‘This is an Invisible Serum’, £19.50 | Davines

Why We Love It: This anti-frizz serum tames hair, making it more manageable to style and wear down all day. When applied to dry or damp hair, it creates a silky soft texture to allow for better control when heat styling. Once the hair is dry, you’ll notice the kind of shine that lasts. Fear not, as hardworking as this is, it won’t create any tell-tale heaviness  – just a lightweight hold, leaving hair feeling flexible and soft.

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