Organix Brazilian Keratin Therapy Ever Straight Flat Iron Spray
Even though it isn’t specifically a frizz fighter, it does exactly what I need. The spray includes Brazilian coconut oil and keratin proteins that seal and protect your locks. The avocado oils and cocoa butter smooth and tame those wild fly-aways without weighing down your hair. It keeps volume in my hair and doesn’t add that extra crunch or weight that gels do. I spray it on dry hair before I leave the house and it leaves my hairs smelling like coconuts all day!
I have two different choices for this because I need different products when I style my hair curly/straight. When I style my hair curly, I scrunch my damp hair with Pantene Pro-V’s Curly Hair Style Mousse. I’ve tried a lot of different mousses and this one works well against frizz and helps define my curls without my hair looking like it’s wet/greasy all day or feeling hard and crunchy.
When I blow my hair out, I use Bed Head’s After Party. This product is used on dry hair and a small amount goes a long way, so even though it’s a little more expensive (usually around $20 a bottle), you’ll have it a lot longer. (I’ve frequently found this product along with other Bed Head and more expensive hair-care products in the clearance rack at Target, so that’s always a good place to look if you’re on a budget). Anyway, I stick with this product because it smells awesome and it leaves my hair feeling amazingly soft.
Frizz Fighting Tips:
Healthier hair = less frizz
So make sure to always:
- Protect your hair from heat with a cream/spray
- Brush your hair less and if possible, only with a wide-tooth comb in the shower or after just leaving the shower – this tip seriously helped my curly hair days
- Only wash hair when necessary
- After washing use a leave-in conditioner
- Use an attachment on your hair-dryer. For curly hair use a diffuser and for straight hair use a concentrator. This does a lot more than you’d think for protecting your hair from the damaging heat of a hair dryer.
- Be nice to your hair. I’ve seen so many girls aggressively brushing or over styling with heat and never realizing that making the small changes above would simplify their hair-styling routines in the long run.
Any frizz fighting secrets you’d like to share? We both have wavy/curly hair naturally, so any tips are more than welcome!
m and c