How To Prevent Frizzy Hair

5 tips from celebrity hairstylist Charles Baker Strahan.
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How To Prevent Frizzy Hair

5 tips from celebrity hairstylist Charles Baker Strahan.

-Charles Baker Strahan

Courtney Love

Frizzy hair can be caused by a number of things…humidity, varied curl patterns in the hair, over-processed color or styling abuse…Any way you slice it, it isn’t pretty. No one wants their hair to be as out of control as Courtney Love’s. Here are a few tips on how to avoid it, and have your hair as shiny and sleek as Kelly Ripa‘s.

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  1. I have super-curly, frizz-prone hair, and I swear by the John Frieda “Frizz Ease” line of products – especially the Straight Fixation Smoothing Creme.

  2. I finally gave up and got the Brazillian straightening treatment – best decision EVER – no frizz – at all – I can wake up and just go – when I do wash my hair it dries so much faster – very pricey but so worth it – I got it done June 1 and it should last until at least the end of July – then I can get a keratin treatment – mini version of the Brazillian – and that should take me through the summer!! – absolutely love it – highly recommended!!

  3. Very helpful, but can anyone else share tips specifically for curly hair? In my experience, it is the hardest hair type to control, and usually the tips for other hair types do not work for it.

  4. I was used as the model in a teaching class at my salon and was given the Global keratin treatment. Was told will last 4 mos, just perfect to get me through the rest of the warm months. Won’t need it during the winter. I absolutely love it, it is sleek, shiny, shows off my highlights beautifully. NO MORE FRIZZ!! I will definitely do it again next spring. It was nice to get it free this time, of course. And yes, it’s for curly hair, too. You won’t lose your curls, you can still wear your hair that way if you want to, just won’t have the frizz that goes with the curls. And you can wear it straight if you want. I saw an African-American woman’s blog and she was thrilled with the results, too, and that she had a choice of how to wear her hair.

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