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Can anyone recommend some good products for frizzy hair?
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Hair gel. Watch anime for ideas.
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(Original post by Melanie.5)
Can anyone recommend some good products for frizzy hair?
I use some of the products listed here:

https://www.health.com/beauty/best-anti-frizz-products
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I use some of the products listed here:

https://www.health.com/beauty/best-anti-frizz-products
Can you recommend any products from the high street?
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Can you recommend any products from the high street?
You can get them from Superdrug or boots?
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You can get them from Superdrug or boots?
Oh ok thanks
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I swear by aussie miracle oil, can get it on the highstreet and on amazon.
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John Frieda Secret Agent and Tresemme Keratin Shine Oil are my favourites, no grease or residue.

Also don't wash your hair too often, I used to do mine every day but now only every 3-4 days (hairdresser advice) and it's in much better condition
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try using a shampoo that is sulphate free

if your hair is frizzy and wavy you might have curlier hair than you thought. try only brushing it when it's wet so it stays in 'clumps'. use gel to define the curls when it is wet, then use a diffuser attachment when you blow dry it.
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Can anyone recommend some good products for frizzy hair?
Argon oil - use it all the time and works perfectly
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Have you tried the curly girl method?I had frizzy hair (which I used to comb) and just a few years ago I tried this routine and have had curl-non-frizzy hair since. I recommend V05 gel or a cheaper alternative is Alberto Basalm with some kind of hair mousse/foam. If you don't have curly hair then try Brazillian oil by OGX it helps smooth out the hair and deep condition once in a while. Also don't wash your hair regularly because it's likely to stay drier than other hair types! Hope it helps
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I wash my hair with OGX argon oil shampoo and OGX coconut conditioner (lush) while wet I put the cantu curl revitaliser and air dry it once dry I put some more in then twist my hair overnight
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