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    can anyone recommend a product for frizzy hair that actually works? Preferably not too expensive (under £20?) there seems to be so many and I've tried a few but so far I haven't had much luck! My frizz is awful from colouring my hair but even my roots are frizzy and sticking up everywhere!
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    (Original post by silverfox44)
    can anyone recommend a product for frizzy hair that actually works? Preferably not too expensive (under £20?) there seems to be so many and I've tried a few but so far I haven't had much luck! My frizz is awful from colouring my hair but even my roots are frizzy and sticking up everywhere!
    John Frieda do a great shampoo/conditioner stuff
    P.S They are on offer at Boots at the moment :woo:
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    Go for the hair creams at home bargains. They are literally 1 to 2 pounds and so under rated. Idk the exact name but get the creams you use put on your hair after a shower.

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