Whether its with the rainy session or humid summer months, hair that is prone to being frizzy can be a real pain to manage. I've bought countless products to try and combat frizz and whilst its still not perfect these are the products that have made the most difference.
I was always buying shampoos and conditioners designed for dry hair than
needed intense smoothing and it was only by chance a hairdresser
mentioned to me that these products are actually not the best for the
intended purpose as they can cause static and friction and instead I
should opt for a lightweight formula.
I was recommended the Kerastase
Cristalliste range and its became a real staple. They provide enough
moisture for my dry hair without weighing it down and have made a big
difference in terms of static and they leave a shiny finish without
making my hair look lank.
I've been a fan of the Shu Uemura hair range for a while, the Art Of
Hair Essence Absolue Cream Camellia is a great leave in product. I use
it on towel dried hair and find it really helps retain hair's moisture
and makes the hair feel soft and gives a smooth finish and glossy shine.
The Shu Uemura Art Of Hair Kengo Feather, is another product that is
always a re-buy for me, I use it once my hair is dry and just a small
amount gives a lightweight hold and further adds softness and shine.
Finally I use a touch of the Kérastase Styling Laque Couture to really
lock everything down. Its a great finishing touch as it provides a
flexible hold that never looks crispy, its lightweight and helps with
frizz and flyaway control.
Though it does sound a lot of products the combination does not make my
hair look lank or greasy, all products applied shown below,
Its still not 100% foolproof and I can't hide my hair breakages (as you can see if my photo) so if you have any recommendation for broken hair I'd love to know.