4 Common Frizzy Hair Problems and Their Solutions

The problem: Flyaways and frizz make hair look messy and out of control.

The solution: Calm frizz and flyaways with styling products that smooth out the unruly locks. Biolage Smoothproof Serum tames frizz and protects against humidity. Or try a pomade like American Crew Pomade to control flyaways and smooth hair for a sleek effect.


The problem: Blow drying makes hair more susceptible to frizz.

The solution: Use a thermal treatment like Paul Mitchell Super Skinny Serum to seal the strands and speed up the drying time. For the days you want to skip blowing dry, apply a leave-in treatment like Paul Mitchell Full Circle Leave-In Treatment on damp hair and let it air dry.


The problem: Blow drying, chemical damage, over-exposure to the sun, and chlorine from pools has left hair frizzy, fried and damaged.

The solution: A haircut, or at least a trim, every 6-8 weeks will keep your ends looking and feeling healthy—and help keep the frizziness in check. Continue daily care to prevent frizz from happening again.

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Don't get frustrated by your frizzy hair, find ways to make it work for you.

The problem: The frizz keeps coming back.

The solution: You can strengthen your strands to prevent future damage by treating your hair once a week with a deep conditioner like Redken All Soft Heavy Cream. On a daily basis, use a texture-balancing shampoo that will give your thirsty strands the moisture they need. DESIGNLINE Texture Balance Shampoo and Conditioner make up one of our favorite pairs.


If frizzy hair is a common problem for you, talk to your stylist about ways to take control. Your stylist knows your hair well, and they’ll be able to offer advice that'll work for you.

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