Most people may only associate frizzy hair with the hot, summer weather. But the winter also dries everything out, including your hair. Here are the best hair products to use this winter, because they work to eliminate the frizz and increasing the moisture. That’s something we all need in our lives. Use one of these, and avoid repeating Monica’s hair in Barbados. Yikes.
1. Pantene Moisture Renewal Deep Conditioner
In just three minutes (aka the time it takes you to shave your legs), this hair mask will transform your hair and give it some much-needed moisture. If your hair is extra damaged, use this as your regular conditioner. At a drugstore price, how can you go wrong?
2. Moroccanoil Treatment
This product is amazing for all types of hair. I know, I know. Putting oil in your hair seems rather strange but trust, it works miracles, and is truly one of the best hair products for dry and frizzy hair. Infused with argan oil, this product will speed up your hair’s drying time, reduce frizz, and add moisture. Although it’s more expensive than drugstore products ($44 for 100ml), a little goes a loooong way, so this bottle will last a while.
3. L’Oreal Paris EverPure Sulfate-Free Color Care System Moisture
Along with the cold weather, coloring your hair and using shampoo and conditioners with sulfates can seriously dehydrate your locks. Opt for a shampoo and conditioner combo without sulfates to rehydrate your hair to eliminate the frizz. You might not have quite as many options in the shampoo aisle, but it’ll be worth it in the end.
4. Kérastase Elixir Ultimate Oil Serum
This one may be a little more bougie, but it is totally worth the higher price tag. $57 for a 100ml bottle may seem pricey, but this stuff is truly worth the big bucks. This oil-based serum combines maize, procaxi, argan, and camellia oils to deeply nourish your hair to protect against further damage and fight frizz.
5. DevaCurl Frizz-Free Volumizing Foam
This product will give you soft, touchable curls with loads of volume and zero frizz. At a great price, only $26 for a 222ml bottle, this one is a must-try. It is paraben- and sulfate-free and isn’t tested on animals. Anything else you could ask for in a product?
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