As much as we try to avoid it, sometimes our curls get frizzy. Frizz is caused by lack of moisture, damaged or rough cuticles and can be made worse by not using the correct curl care product. Some curlies seek chemical treatments to straighten their hair to avoid frizz, but we know those treatments can often end up causing long lasting damage. Here are a few products we recommend to help tame frizz and get your curls looking gorgeous again.
Ouidad Climate Control Heat and Humidity Gel: If your curls are heavy on the frizz, this gel will help keep them in shape. Using this gel will result in smoother, softer and more easy to manage curls. The vitamin A and amino acids work to moisturize curls while the wheat protein keeps curls from expanding, which creates frizz.
OGX Brazilian Keratin Therapy Conditioner: If your curls are dry and distressed, consider this protein rich conditioner. The coconut oil, avocado oil and shea butter work together to soften curls, keeping cuticles smooth and frizz free.
Bed Head Control Freak Frizz Control & Straightener Serum: If you suffer from frizz due to humidity, this product will get your curls back under control. It’s non greasy formula won’t weigh curls down and it can double as a serum for days when you want to rock straight hair.
DevaCurl Frizz-Free Volumizing Foam: Do you suffer from frizz AND lack of volume? If so, DevaCurl delivers a product free of sulfates, parabens and other yuckies which also works to correct those problems. The ultra conditioning foam boosts curls while adding shine.
ALTERNA Haircare Bamboo Smooth Kendi Oil Dry Oil Mist: Adding regular moisture to curls is essential in the fight against frizz. This misting oil has bamboo oil which is combined with kendi oil which enhanced the overall health of your natural curls. You can spray it on damp or dry curls to get its frizz fighting benefits.
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