For as long as I can remember I have had fizzy thick hair and while I was growing up, it didn't bother me too much. While I was at university though I found that the frizziness of my hair made it look like a bird nest. This usually meant I kept my hair tied up when I was around the house and stuff. I hardly let it down, which isn't good for your hair because it needs to breathe.
I tried to fix this by loosely straightening it after I had a shower. I like my curly hair so I didn't want to completely get rid of it.
The more I did this, the more I realise it was damaging my hair. So I started looking for products that could help me control my hair a bit more. This is a lot harder than it looks when you are walking around boots with plenty of hair products and not knowing where to start!
I had herd great things about Aussie hair products, so when I saw this I thought I would give it a try. I like my shampoo, and my dad shares it so I didn't want to completely want to change up my routine if I could help it.
First of all, this product works. I have used this for a few weeks now and can tell the difference. I don't know if it the best out there as it is the only anti frizz product I had used, but I am impressed by it.
You do not need a lot of product on your hand. The bottle recommends just a tiny pump but if you have long hair and lots of it you will probably need a little bit more than that.
It dries fast, you can use it on damp hair or on dry hair. Either way it doesn't take long for it to soak in to your hair and calm the frizz down. (I have used it both ways) You could do it the night before or when you first wake up and you will be fine style your hair with ease and frizz free.
I really like the smell of this too, it is a sweet shampoo kind of smell and it lifts my hair as it is light and airy.
My sister started using this with me too and also like it. If you are searching for a anti frizz product this may be a good place to start.
Aussie also have the anti frizz 3 minute miracle treatment for fizzy hair which I am wanting to try too.
What Anti Frizz products would you recommend?
Lots of love
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