Put the towel down. Towels cause frizz. Use either a 100% cotton tshirt or a flour sack towel (found with the kitchen towels at most walmart type stores) if you need to blot your hair dry. I really don't even bother with it anymore. Frizz also often occurs when you need more moisture in your hair.

A few people I know had a lot of luck using Regis Olive Oil conditioner (the regular conditioner, not the leave in). It's green, but it really works well at preventing frizz. I can't use it because of the wheat in it, but I really wish I could try it out. I guess the olive oil in it moisturizes and then seals the hair to help with frizz. It couldn't hurt to try it out. When you're in the shower and you've got conditioner in your hair, scrunch it a bit so it makes a squishy kind of noise. It seems to help get the conditioner into the hair better.

You may need to try a combination of products. In the spring and summer, I tend to rake in 2 pumps of curl keeper, 2 pumps of AG Re:coil cream, and top it off with a palmful of As I Am Curling Jelly. Then I comb it through my hair with a wide tooth comb so it's evenly distributed, then I form clumps, and then scrunch once or twice.

Once products are applied, I pixie diffuse until about 85% dry. When my hair was longer, I would do this while bent upside down. However, I cut my hair chin length recently and that doesn't work anymore. So now I lean my head to the sides and pixie diffuse that way. Basically, all pixie diffusing is is just diffusing your hair in sections, scrunched all the way up to the scalp and holding your diffuser there until the gel sets or your hair is as dry as you want it. With your diffuser turned off, scrunch your hair up in the diffuser bowl up to your head, then turn the heat on. When done with that section, turn the diffuser off, hold it there a couple of sections, then gently lower the diffuser away from your head. Move on to the next section. I'm not going to lie. I spend a good half hour diffusing my hair.

I air dry the rest of the way while I put on make up, get dressed, feed the dogs etc. Then I SOTC gently. I don't necessarily scrunch my crunch out. I tend to take sections of hair and gently squeeze it to break up the gel cast so it isn't crunchy anymore.

Hope this helps.
Hair Properties: 2A/2B, Medium-fine, Normal porosity, Normal elasticity, Medium density
Low Poo: DevaCare, Yes to Cuc's
Rinse Out: DevaCare One Condition, Yes to Cuc's
Cowash: Suave Naturals Lavender, Yes to Carrots Scalp Conditioner
Curl Cream: AG ReCoil, Organix Moroccan Oil Curl Cream
Gel/Mousse: Sweet Curls Elixirs FSG w/ Mag Sulfate added, Sweet Curls Elixirs hard hold gel, DevaCurl Frizz Free Foam, Aquage Uplifting Foam
Protein: Spiral Solutions Protein Spray for daily use