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6 styling products to beat frizzy hair

Having a bad hair day again? We know, we know.

Whilst we’ll happily say “long hair, don’t care” — when it’s frizzy, we definitely need to care. Even if you have the silkiest, smoothest hair, every once in a while unwanted frizz can occur. It’s usually the dry, rough hair that absorbs the moisture in the air. Especially now, given that the monsoon season has started in Bangkok, you can expect to have all frizzy hair any time of the day. Not so heavenly, right?

Luckily, there are many spritzers and serums in the market that can keep our hair all frizz-free and presentable. We’ve rounded up some of the best hair care products to give your damaged locks some TLC.

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Shampoo or conditioners are essential, but sometimes they are just not enough for extremely dry hair. Bringing a complete hair revolution to the floor, this Farewell Frizz Rosarco Milk Leave-In Conditioning Spray infused with rosehip, argan, and coconut oil is here to give you a miracle treatment. It repairs your damaged hair from the roots and reduces any troublesome frizz for healthy, shiny hair. Simply go to bed with this leave-in formula and wake up to find your hair all frizz-free.

Price: THB 830

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Don’t have time to shampoo your hair? This No-Frizz Instant De-Frizzer does the work you need by taming up to 92 percent of frizz on your dry hair and adding softness and shine. It’s interesting how it’s been formulated in a way that could instantly bring back your hair to a frizz-free state — and we love things that are instant and show results on the spot. Meanwhile, it also provides UV protection and restores natural oils for a healthy-looking and smooth mane without any residue. Make sure to spray on your dry hair in a sweeping motion from about six inches away.

Price: THB 1,080

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This lightweight serum-in-oil formula has been inspired by skincare technology, so it absorbs into the hair instead of sitting right on top of it. Weightless and non-greasy, it eliminates all the frizziness without feeling sticky. Infused with ingredients like coconut oil, it nourishes the hair while antioxidant-rich prickly pear cactus extract adds extra shine and vibrancy to your hair. Apply it on dry hair or damp hair before heat styling and finger comb through mid-length and ends of your hair.

Price: THB 1,070

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Hair Sheets? Why not? This could be your new secret weapon to combat all the frizz and flyaways. This eco-friendly and strong hemp paper is to be swiped from root to ends to eliminate all  tame unruly frizz. The shea butter ensures that your hair is healthy and shiny. Expect a total of 15 sheets in this set.

Price: THB 665

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From blow-drying to a straight high ponytail, Sephora’s very own No Fizz Cream has created quite a rave. Best part? You don’t have to rinse your hair after applying it. This cream controls the frizz and adds that extra layer of softness and tames unwanted frizz. Simply apply a small amount of cream on wet hair before blow-drying and you’re sorted.

Price: THB 450

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This highly-concentrated deep conditioning hair treatment restores your hair to its pure virgin state so it’s “Like a Virgin” again. Infused with tempting ingredients like coconut, fig, shea butter, linseed, and argan oil, it blends a super-charged formula that hydrates and strengthens the hair from the root to the tip. This hair masque protects and repairs your hair from any heat, styling, dyes, and the environment as well as targeting that frizz. Simply shampoo as normal and apply an evenly amount of masque, leave it on for 5-10 minutes, and then rinse with warm water. There’s no way you wouldn’t fall in love with this all-rounder treatment.

Price: THB 870

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Alisha Pawa
Alisha is a passionate dancer and is always creating her own choreographies. She is a fan of rom-com novels, a coffee-drinker who loves tea, and is always on-the-go for her midnight chocolate cravings. She hopes to tick-off her never-ending bucket list one day by hosting her own travel show.