Anti-Frizz Hacks That Will Leave Your Hair Shiny and Smooth

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Apply oil on damp or dry hair

Any lightweight hair oil will be your BFF when it comes to combating the frizz. Add some drops through your hair. It will add shine and lay down the frizz without looking greasy.

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Prep your hair with heat protectant

If you know you're using a hot tool, make sure to apply a solid heat protectant before. Fried hair is way more prone to frizz than healthy hair, so a heat protectant is key.

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Take your time when blow-drying

If you don't take your time to properly blow-dry your hair, chances are you'll end up with tons of tangles, knots, flyaways, and, of course, frizz.

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Wash with cleansers that contain glycerin

Look for a shampoo without sulfates and with glycerin as one of its main ingredients. The more concentrated they are in the formula, the better.

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Get frequent trims to prevent breakage

Split ends are prone to dryness, which can lead to breakage and make the strands much shorter than the rest of your hair.

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Deep condition your hair

When your hair isn't properly hydrated and moisturized, it's much harder to smooth frizz with styling products. The smoothing process needs to start in the shower.

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Dry hair with a microfiber hair towel

Your hair is at its most vulnerable when it's wet. And using a cotton towel with your hair creates friction, which can lead to frizz and breakage.

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Use mousse for hairline frizzies

If your hair frizzes up around your hairline or roots, try this hack for a fast, slick finish. Wet your hands and add some mousse. Then smooth your hand over your hair.

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Finish styling with a hair serum

Hair serums are great for combating frizz, but they're often filled with silicones, which might not always work for some hair types.

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Try keratin treatments

Getting a keratin treatment is a great option if you're looking for a long-term solution to frizzy hair. Just ask your hairdresser about an in-salon hair-smoothing treatment.

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Ditch harsh shampoos

To prevent frizz, find a shampoo that's sulfate-free. Shampoos with sulfates can strip and damage your hair over time, which will mess with your hair cuticle and lead to frizz.

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