best anti-frizz hair products
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Anti-Frizz Products That Would Work in the Middle of a Rainforest

Humidity begone!

Meagan Wilson
For better or worse, hair frizz is the great beauty equalizer. It doesn't matter how silky-smooth your style is when you leave the house—encounter enough humidity or a few drops of rain, and a sleek blowout or perfectly coiffed curls go *poof.* Sometimes it looks dope as hell, but if you want to fight the fight somedays (we all do), we have some products built for the battle. Since everyone’s hair texture is entirely unique, there’s not one end-all-be-all when it comes to an anti-frizz spray/cream/serum, so we found the 17 best on the market so you can mix and match depending on your hair type. And remember, some days it’s OK to embrace the frizz—consider it the ultimate in French girl hair.


For all hair types

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Living Proof No Frizz Instant De Frizzer: A dry conditioning spray beloved by beauty editors and hair artists alike. It even acts like a dry shampoo to prolong your time between washes.

For thin hair

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Kiehl’s Silk Groom Serum: An ultra-lightweight serum that won’t weigh hair down, but still calms and smooths any texture.

For medium-straight or curly hair

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Bumble and bumble Hairdresser’s Invisible Oil: Bumble’s cult-favorite oil can be used on damp or dried hair and helps tame flyaways and add mega shine.

For curly hair

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DevaCurl Frizz-Free Volumizing Foam: If humidity makes your curls fall flat *and* frizz out, this is the ideal formula for you. It adds volume and keeps hair hydrated, a must for curls and waves.

For thick, coarse hair

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Shu Uemura Essence Absolue Oil-in-Cream: This hydrating cream helps fight frizz and keeps your hair protected from UV rays that can further dry out and exacerbate curls, waves, and everything in between.

For damaged hair

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SPACE.NK.apothecary R+Co High Dive Moisture + Shine Creme: Color and heat damage can make your frizz seem totally unmanageable, but this hydrating, paraben-free cream will work wonders for your hair.
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