Was that too cheesy for a title or does it work? This won’t be a makeup review, rather a review on hair products and how I combat frizzy hair. My hair is a matter of its own, completely independent from me and what I want. I would love to have perfectly smooth hair as if I freshly had a salon blowout, but alas, that all depends on my routine since my hair never naturally complies.
I have been using two products and testing them out for over a month and they have successfully tamed my frizz. The first product I use is the “Keratherapy Daily Smoothing Cream”. Since chopping about 9 or so inches of my hair, it’s now just shoulder length, and I only need about a dime size of this smoothing cream to run all throughout my damp towel dried hair. My hair is a bit finer so I try not to apply too much of the product on my roots or else my hair will get oily, I just run it through my roots a bit and focus the majority of the product on the middle and bottom portions. After this, I blow dry with a brush and immediately you will feel and see the difference. Frizz has drastically decreased and I don’t look like I have crazy wild hair. This smoothing cream also helps protect your hair from heat damage caused by styling tools, environmental and chemical damage.
The second product I use is after I blow dry, it is the “Oribe Anti-Humidity Spray”. I spray this all around, flip my head over and repeat and then I like to brush through my hair. I usually brush through my hair because if you spray too much of the product it might get a tad sticky, but the brush-through fixes all of that. I usually don’t give in to these kinds of sprays and think they’re a bit gimmicky, but I was very surprised at how well it held my hair together.
I would recommend these products to anyone trying to combat their frizz; I understand how much of a nuisance it can be to try to tame unruly hair.
Prices, without tax or shipping, for the products mentioned (CAD):
- Keratherapy Daily Smoothing Cream: $21.50
- Oribe Anti-Humidity Spray: $47
Until Next Time!