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14 Frizz Fighting Hair Solutions

Whether you have naturally frizzy hair, or hair that has become unruly after pregnancy, we’ve got the fast solutions to smoothing out frizz. From shampoos to serums, every day conditioners to intensive treatments, here’s what you need for more manageable, sleek, and healthy hair.
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Luxeoil Keratin Restore Mask, £14.50, Wella Salon Professional at lookfantastic.com

For extreme cases of dry, frizzy and damaged hair, this keratin-enriched treatment seriously transforms hair so it’s silky-soft and frizz-free from the very first use. The argan, jojoba and almond oils work together to improve the condition and texture of your hair when used regularly, and it smells amazing too. Apply once a week to towel dried hair, and leave on for up to ten minutes before rinsing thoroughly.
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Frizz Fighter Smoothing Serum, £4.99, Naked at nakedbodycare.co.uk

For serious results at a pocket friendly price, Naked Frizz Fighter Smoothing Serum is a great buy. Apply to damp hair before styling or a small amount to dry hair to keep flyaways at bay. The silicone-free formula won’t coat your hair with a superficial film, so it actually treats your hair. The entire Naked range is 97% natural and 100% vegan, so a great choice if you’re pregnant or concerned with nasties.
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Elasticizer Pre Shampoo Treatment, from £28, philipkingsley.co.uk

As oppose to coating the hair cuticle, this unique pre-shampoo treatment works to lock moisture into it, creating stronger and more supple hair that has a healthy bounce. From your first application, your hair will be transformed – silky, soft and never weighed down. Wet hair, and apply from root to tip before shampooing. After five to ten minutes, wash off and shampoo and condition as usual. Use every two or three hair washes for best results.
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Smooth Infusion Shampoo, £17, aveda.co.uk

Start your de-frizzing mission in the shower with this smoothing shampoo. Containing a nourishing plant infusion blend of organic aloe, maize and guar bean, it creates a smooth hair surface, in turn reducing frizz. Use in conjunction with Smooth Infusion Condition for a really sleek finish.
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Keratin Smooth Deep Treatment Masque, £5.50, Tresemme at superdrug.com

If you have unruly, coloured or extreme frizzy hair, this intensive treatment will reconstruct and replenish it. The effects last up to 48 hours, so you don’t have to worry about frizz for two days after each treatment. Comb through sections of wet hair, and leave on for three to five minutes. Use as an intensive treatment once a week, or instead of your regular conditioner if needed.
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Frizz-Ease Thermal Protection Hair Serum, £6.29, John Frieda at boots.com

This spin on the cult-classic Frizz Ease Serum contains added thermal protection, so it not only smooths hardcore frizz, but protects from heat styling damage and UV rays. Smooth through damp hair before styling and add a little more to dry hair if you need it.
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Nourishing Miracle Oil, £11.99, Lee Stafford at boots.com

Using hair oil can seem scary if your hair is fine or gets greasy quickly, but this lightweight oil smooths without weighing hair down. Argan oil repairs the hair in the long term, while de-frizzing in an instant. Rub a few drops between your palms, and apply to the ends of damp or dry hair.
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3 Minute Miracle Frizz Remedy, £4.99, Aussie at superdrug.com

An intense treatment can do wonders for the condition of your hair, but when you’re a busy mama, waiting 10 minutes for it to work isn’t an option. This conditions in three minutes flat, so you can wash and go in a sensible time. For best results, use in place of your regular conditioner once a week.
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Impermeable Anti-Humidity Spray, £18, Oribe at spacenk.com

When humidity plays havoc with your hair, this acts like an invisible shield against frizz and damaging UV rays. Spray onto dry, styled hair to lock in your blow-dry and prevent humid air from causing kinks.
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Intensive Hair Mask, £19, (Malin + Goetz) at liberty.co.uk

Suitable for all hair and scalp types (dandruff sufferers take note), this intensive treatment contains fatty acids and proteins to restore damaged hair that leads to frizz, without weighing it down or leaving residue in your hair. Keep on call and use whenever you feel your hair is in need of an extra boost.
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Restorative Hair Mask, £31.95, Moroccanoil at beautybay.com

If you are constantly colouring or straightening your hair – the most damaging things in terms of creating frizz – then this miracle conditioning treatment with strengthening proteins and argan oil is a must for you. The proteins help rebuild hair again, so it’s stronger and frizz-free from root to tip.
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Macadamia Oil Conditioner, £6.99, Organix at feelunique.com

This everyday conditioner makes for the smoothest of hair. The conditioning macadamia oil – which replenishes hairs natural emollients - is combined with moisturising bamboo extract to give a much needed moisture boost to frizzy, dried out hair. Not only is this a favourite if you’re on a budget because of its affordable price tag, but a little goes a long way, so you won’t need to stock up as regularly as you thought.
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No Frizz Leave In Conditioner, £20, Living Proof at spacenk.com

As the name suggests, this leave in conditioner leaves your hair with ‘No Frizz’, and makes it more manageable without the use of heavy oils or silicone. Great for straight, curly, or wavy hair – apply to the ends of damp hair after washing to protect and maintain hair in between washes.
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Hair’s Best Friend Super Softening Kit, £28, Percy & Reed at qvcuk.com

Don’t know where to start with tackling frizz? This one purchase should get you on the right track. With a softening shampoo and conditioner, and a treatment oil to lock in moisture after washing, this trio is the perfect treat to keep your hair frizz-free and in enviable condition, without the hassle of finding the right products to compliment one another.
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Comments

  • aicragardnas - 10/12/2015 18:51

    Best I have ever used is the Karmin ;)

  • juliapatterson - 12/01/2016 22:26

    I have been using the karmin 4 step system and works really well for my hair :)

  • monique1 - 27/04/2016 21:43

    What about Pro Naturals???