Opt for products specifically made to combat frizz
I swear by John Frieda Frizz Ease Serum (an oldie but a goodie), Carelli’s Recovery Oil (it’s organic, 100% with chic packaging to boot) and Playa’s Ritual Hair Oil (super nourishing for dry, summer weary locks. Not to mention the branding is on point which doesn’t hurt).
If you have textured hair, sleep in a silk scarf
Tie your hair in a silk scarf before you go to bed, or alternatively use a silk pillow case to protect your hair from rubbing against your cotton bedding.
Tie it up
Hardly rocket science, but the easiest way to fight the frizz (and avoid a bad hair day is just to tie it up). This also rings true if you’re trying to grow out your hair; tie it up in a loose pony every day to avoid damage and breakages.
Nope, not just an old wives tale, rinse with apple cider vinegar
Perhaps not your first port of call for fly-aways, but if you have frustratingly frizzy hair, use a super diluted batch of apple cider vinegar (1 part vinegar, 4 parts water) after shampooing and before conditioning for shiny, frizz-free hair.
Thou shall use a mask weekly
Moisture is king. So up your conditioning game with super hydrating masks that are free of the bad stuff (like sulfate) and designed to actually hair for you hair. I love Rahua’s Omega 9 Hair Mask (which is 100% natural), Onira Organics ‘The Mask’ which is totally free of parabens, silicones and sulfates (and will quickly become your hairs guardian angel) or Aussie’s 3 Minute Miracle Reconstructor which is not only budget-friendly but will always be the OG of hair care in my books.