Monday, June 1, 2009


Got Frizz?

Frizzy hair is an issue that many who reside in humid climates must deal with. Although there are many products on the market that claim to tame frizz, not all are created equal. Luckily, someone has compiled a list of the best and worst frizz fighters so that you don't have to waste your hard-earned money searching for one. Get the scoop here: Product Reviews: Best & Worst Frizz Fighters - Which formulas tame fine, thick, wavy and curly hair -- and which are a waste of money

Oh, and I agree with product review #1, because Frizz Ease did nothing for my straight hair. Instead of eliminating frizz, it left a strange, waxy residue on the hair and made it feel dry. I too give it a thumbs down!


Sarah said...

number 2 is overly expensive! $19 for a heat protectant/frizz controller, what the...!

Sarah said...

Although I'm relaxed (transitioning) my hair has always mainted some curl but with straight ends. I use number 4 (Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine Anti-Frizz) both to tame the frizz in my curls and for straightening my hair and it's GREAT. It leaves my hair feeling smooth and looking shiney, light and best of all it PROTECTS it from heat. The great thing about this product is that it has a open and close pump so it travels well without leaking. Usually my hair doesn't take well to serums but this does the job. A little really does go a long way because if too much is used it does leave your hair feeling greasy and weighed down. This is meant to be used on wet hair, I've tried it on my hair dry and I feel like my hair doesn't absorb its moisture and just stays dry and maintains its frizz.