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Frizz is a problem for almost every curly, wavy, and even straight-haired woman I have ever known. I have wavy hair and before I really knew what to do with it, it would frizz up and be a huge mess. Now that I can control my hair I rarely deal with frizz and it is life-changing, as well as mood-changing.

Frizz-Ease is a line of products by John Frieda that helps to reduce frizz so your hair is left silky smooth, shiny, and best of all, frizz free. The line can be used when straightening your hair or when you are leaving it curly. Luckily for everyone, John Frieda has styling tips on their website as well as videos that can help everyone get a frizz-free look.

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If you are going to straighten your hair:

Start with the Frizz-Ease Smooth Start shampoo and conditioner. Once you’re out of the shower, but while your hair is still soaking wet, add a drop of Hair Serum Thermal Protection to fight the frizz before your hair dries. Do not use the serum near your roots, as it will make your scalp oily. Finally, spray on some Heat Defeat spray to protect your hair from hair dyers as well as straighteners.

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If you want to keep your hair curly:

Use the Frizz-Ease Smooth Start shampoo and conditioner. Next, apply the Hair Serum Thermal Protection if you plan on using a diffuser. If you have shorter hair you only need one drop. For longer hair use two drops. Then, apply the Frizz-Ease Dream Curls spray to help boost your natural curls as well as help condition them. If you want something that will hold your curls longer and create a stronger style, add Take Charge Curl-Boosting Mousse. (John Frieda recommends that you do not use Dream Curls and the Take Charge mousse together, but my curls last longer when I do use both). After you diffuse your curls, and if you use hairspray, use the Moisture Barrier Firm-Hold Hairspray to keep out humidity and keep your curls frizz-free throughout the day.

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The Frizz-Ease Hair Serum was the first product to launch and it turned the line into an innovation that nobody else had done before. The line is meant for people with dry, frizz-prone hair, which ends up being many curlies that are trying to embrace their natural curls. If you are looking for something to help tame your frizz, and don’t want to break the bank, try out John Frieda’s Frizz-Ease line. It might be the life changing product you’ve been looking for!