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Your Guide to Frizz-Free Hair

A recent survey of more than 17,000 women revealed that frizz is their number-one hair struggle. Regain control of unmanageable tresses and put down your hot tools. Here, the best styling tips for your hair type and texture, plus three pretty 'dos, so you can make every day a good-hair day.
Products for curly, frizzy hair For Curly Hair

Secret weapon: A spray gel that contains conditioners. A good one: John Frieda Frizz-Ease Spiral Style Curl-Defining Spray Gel ($6, drugstores). "Your curls will stay frizz-free because the conditioners in gel coat the outer layer of the hair cuticle," Potempa explains.

Pro trick: Avoid brushing your hair when it's dry. Keep a comb like the Plugged In Wet Look Comb ($3, sallybeauty.com) in the shower to use for detangling. After showering, gently squeeze hair dry with a towel and spritz in the gel. Instead of using your fingers, which can break up curls, lightly scrunch strands with the towel to absorb excess moisture and boost curls.

Ace the application
Fine hair: Spray five pumps.

Medium hair: Spray 10 pumps.

Thick hair: Spray 15 pumps.