Hair is a touchy subject. One person’s definition of frizz is what another person wishes she had. We all have specific requirements when dealing with our locks, so we rounded up 10 problem solvers that will meet your needs and whip your mane into shape no matter how bad it’s behaving. 

Detangler: It’s a 10, Miracle Leave-In Product. Knots can make you want to pull out your hair. Luckily, this creamy formula cuts through the toughest tangles so brushing is a breeze. 

Hair Straightener: The PYT Ceramic Styling Tool and Straightener creates a sleek finish without frying strands.  

For Dry Hair: We’ve tested many hair treatments, and this Redken Diamond Oil is a winner. We were amazed by how it revived our parched ends and gave our hair a shine that you could normally only achieve at the salon. 

 Heat Protector: It’s necessary to prep hair with a heat protector before shooting it with heat. TRESemme Thermal Creations Heat Tamer Protective Spray gets the job done and has vitamins to condition.

Anti-Humidity/De-frizzer: Defrizz-ilious Bedazzled Anti-Humidity Shine Spray by Mark Hill doesn’t just weather-proof your hair; it bedazzles it too with mega shine!

 Color Preserving Shampoo: Even if you don’t color your hair, this shampoo smells so good, it’s worth getting.

For Spilt Ends: OGX Nourishing Coconut Milk Anti-Breakage Serum is a go-to product for preventing breakage. Coconut does wonders for calming frizz, strengthening dry hair and repairing spilt ends. 

 For Greasy HairDrybar Detox Dry Shampoo doesn’t go on chalky and smells amazing! 

For Flat Hair: You have to be careful with volumizers when you have thin hair because thick formulas can weight it down. That’s why we love Aveda Thickening Tonic. All it takes to add lift is a light spritz on roots.   

For Blow Outs: There’s a big difference in how our blowout turns out when we use R+Co Park Ave Blow Out Balm. It adds body and an overall smoothness to our hair.  




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