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    Posted: Nov 16 2011 at 6:12pm
hey!

Ive been all over the net these few weeks looking for a great ani-frizz product. Has any1 tried a good one and which one would you recommend? I would love to have a product that would keep my hair straight even in a bad humidity weather.

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I use morrocanoil to tame my frizzies. I think it also works in humid weather but I haven't experienced much of that lately, so I can't confirm on that front. Sabino Moisture Block is supposed to be ultimate antihumectant (but I never got a chance to try it since it's not sold locally in my region). 
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Has anyone tried Mizani Humidity resistant mist? if so does it actually work?
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I heard the John frieda products are pretty good
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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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Paul Mitchell Super Skinny serum, when you use a blow dryer.
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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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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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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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