Stylist agree, if you cut down on lathering up your natural oils will take over and act as an excellent frizz fighter. If you feel your roots are entering into oil slick territory, use a dry shampoo like this Rene Furterer Paris Naturia Dry Shampoo between washes.
2. PRACTICE SAFE STYLING: USE PROTECTION[caption id="attachment_3014" align="aligncenter" width="153" caption="TRESemme Thermal Creations Heat Tamer Protective Spray, $6.99."] [/caption]
When you finally cave in and shampoo your hair, spritz on a heat protection spray before you blow-dry or torture your tresses with a flatiron or curling iron.
3. USE ANTI FRIZZ SERUM[caption id="attachment_3018" align="aligncenter" width="174" caption="Avon Advance Techniques Frizz Control Lotus Shield, $13"] [/caption]
Give each strand a coating of a silicon based serum—it restrains the hair shaft and prevents fly aways and fuzz. The best way to apply it is on damp hair using a wide tooth comb. Be sparing so it doesn't flatten your hair. If you've accidentally used too much and don't have time to rinse it out break out the dry shampoo to sop up the extra serum.