We don't know about you, but when it comes to blow drying our hair, we aren't pros. Since a brush and blow dryer are the best ways to lock in moisture and eliminate frizz, we've found a foolproof way to do it - a hot air brush that combines the brush and blow dryer. Add in the ionic properties, and you are good to go.
Washing your hair too often can dry out your tresses, which can only add to your frizz. Try and minimize your washes and use a shower cap to ease the hassle. Also, frizzy hair is hard enough to manage! Why go through the process every day of the week?
When not showing off your gorgeous and frizz free hair, keep it together in a pin to minimize the amount of humidity that reaches your locks. We love the Spin Pin. Its desecrate, has extreme hold, and is a nifty contraption to show off to your friends.
One of our StyleList Editors has tried every trick in the book when it comes to eliminating stubborn frizz. From treatments, to processes, to whacky contraptions, there's no length she wasn't willing to take to banish frizz. It not only was a problem in the expected summer months, but all year long - especially with winter dry air.
As Spring approaches, and warmer (ahem, humid!) weather is on the horizon, we here to help you prep your locks if they are victim to frizz, too.
Check out our 9 essential items to eliminating frizzy hair.