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    Posted: Aug 08 2016 at 4:49pm
There are a number of things to keep in mind if you want to reduce frizz:

1) the blow dryer you use - is it ionic ? If so, that may help reduce frizz.

The turbo ionic is a blow dryer that is highly rated that could be helpful for you Instyler Blu Turbo(http://goo.gl/OHVBzo)

2. the flat iron you use - does it have excellent quality plates? The better quality the plates, like the pearl infused ceramic plates on the Remington S9520(http://goo.gl/AW0r0y), the better for your hair.

3. Diet - eating junk food, canned and box-food will do a number on all kinds of systems in your body, including your teeth and hair. If you can introduce healthier things like juice smoothies and fruits and vegetables into your diet, you can improve your hair overall and hopefully reduce overall frizziness to a degree (unproven).

4. Genetics-  you may simply have to live with the frizz you got. But using the right products like you're already inquiring about will at least help you reduce some of it.

Hope this helps!

 
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I have the Mizani Humidity resistant mist. I haven't used it yet. Hopefully it works.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote maryware77 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 31 2016 at 12:31pm
I use mostly GKhair products to play with my frizz and flyaways. They have a wide collection of anti-frizz products almost for any hair types. When used properly it delivers and fights instantly with your frizz.
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I tried Kera Care's Oil Sheen with Humidity Block and I like it. Just be sure not to spray too much or it'll get to oily on your hair.
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Avon has a great Frizz Control Line and their Morrocan Oil is pretty good. Great prices as well.
her is my reps info and you can have it sent directly to your home.



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John freida is good but garnier fructis has this anti frizz serum that works great and it's inexpensive!!


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Paul Mitchell Super Skinny serum, when you use a blow dryer.
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I tried Mizani's HRM. Its ok if you like a little hold, but Kera care has an oil sheen with humidity block. Ill be trying that to compare to HRM. :)
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I heard the John frieda products are pretty good
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Has anyone tried Mizani Humidity resistant mist? if so does it actually work?
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