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We can all agree that frizz is an inevitable part of washing, blowdrying and styling hair; but it doesn’t need to be. Switch up your usual shampoo and conditioner combination and you will see immediate results, which when used with a specialised serum leave hair feeling silky smooth and frizz-free. If you’re looking to tame the frizz, try out these holy-grail products which are sure to transform the state of your hair in no time.

L’Oréal Paris Elvive Smooth-Intense Anti-Frizz Shampoo 250ml, $5.95

Packed with argan oil, this shampoo is an absolute lifesaver if you’re looking to tame the frizz without over-treating your hair. Argan oil helps to provide an added shine and smoothness from root to tip, and prevents damage to the hair cuticle without weighing it down.

Kérastase Sérum Oléo-Relax 125ml, $29.95

Serums help to tame unruly baby hair and split ends by moisturising the parts which need it most. Leaves hair with a glossy shine and long-lasting frizz protection, even against humidity or rainy weather. Simply apply onto damp hair and focus on the ends.

Fudge Textures Anti-Frizz Deconstruction Spray 150g, $20.69

French green clay helps to fight off unwanted frizz and leave hair looking silky smooth regardless of how you style it. Whether the texture of your hair is straight, curly or somewhere in between, spray generously to avoid frizz and maintain your preferred hairstyle.

John Frieda Frizz-Ease Smooth Start Repairing Conditioner 250ml, $15.99

Contains a frizz-mending complex which targets vulnerable hair and defends against the possibility of frizz. Apply onto hair after shampooing, and use on roots and ends before rinsing well. Safe for all hair types, including colour treated hair.

V05 Smoothly Does It Frizz Free Creme 100ml, $4.89

Works best when applied on freshly towel dried hair, paying special attention to ends and other problem areas. Section off hair and blow dry from root to end, since this will decrease the amount of frizz in your hair.

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By Felicia Sapountzis