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S Factor Smoothing Lusterizer Shampoo & Conditioner. My hair is naturally frizzy, so I like to start tackling the frizz-free process right in the shower. I’ve been using this shampoo and conditioner for years because of how well it works at smoothing and hydrating my hair. Also, it smells amazing and fresh, which is always a plus for me. A trick I like to do is to gently brush through my strands with a wide-tooth comb while I still have conditioner in my hair. Because the conditioner gives the hair so much slip, it makes it very easy to detangle any knots. This way your hair will dry soft and silky because you’ve left absolutely no room for it to frizz.
Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream. Once I’m out of the shower, I gently pat my hair dry with my Deva Towel and then use it to wrap my hair up and away from my face. I then go on to do my skincare routine, so by this time, it’s been about 10 minutes and my hair is just damp — not sopping wet. I take my hair out of the towel, gently brush it through with my wide tooth comb, and apply 1 pump of the styling cream from the mid-lengths of my hair to the ends. Since I’m an evening shower-er, all I like to do is put my hair into a braid, making sure to get the top portion of my hair really smooth against my head, and then letting it air dry overnight.
GHD Classic 1-Inch Styler. I love my GHD straightener because of how easily it glides through my strands. This is a key feature to have in your straightener if you want frizz-free hair because there won’t be any snagging from the iron. I always begin the process by pinning my hair up in sections and leaving the small section of hair I’ll be working with out. I know this might seem like an extra step or that it takes more time, but actually, this way you don’t have to keep going over your entire head of hair multiple times. It’ll also make sure you don’t miss any strands, so you can ensure you’ll get the sleekest hair possible. I like to brush each small section of hair prior to running my straightener through it, as this helps to prevent any strands from coming out ruffled or wavy.
Bumble and Bumble Hairdresser’s Invisible Oil. After I’ve straightened my hair with an iron, I use a teeny amount of this oil to keep the hairstyle uniform, neat, and shiny. Always make sure to start with a small amount of product rather than going in with a heavy hand, as it’s easier to build it if you need more vs. having to fix it from looking too greasy. All I do is rub my palms together to evenly distribute the product in my hands and then gently smooth out my ends and any flyaways I may have around the top of my head.