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    Posted: November 01 2010 at 10:11pm
If hair is frizzy, it means the moisture that is so important for shiny, healthy hair, has been sucked out.

This may happen due to various reasons. Whatever be the cause, if you use Pantene, H & S, Dove,.....etc etc, frizziness will increase as all of these have Sodium Lauryl Sulfeth.

So, all those who are suggesting you these are way below average in their knowledge. they have not been exposed to the real word - "Best" and call mediocre and average as "Best". Pity !
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I would suggest try John Frieda Frizz Ease Shampoo and Conditioner.


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My bet for frizzy hair are Aussie Moist Shampoo, Pantene Pro V Relaxed and Natural Shampoo and Paul Mitchel and Kerastase- Anti-frizz Shampoo. Aussie shampoo comes in a 2 in 1 formula, and helps to maintain dry frizzy hair to minimum. If you tend to straighten your hair using a flat iron or blow dryer then consider using Pantene. After using this shampoo, one doesn't even need straightening. Also, it is one of the best shampoo for men with frizzy hair. You can also use Kerastase Bain Oleo Curl Shampoo, which is a bit more expensive than the other products, but one of the best shampoo for curly hair. It helps to wash the hair without weighing the curls down. LOL
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I'd suggest L'oreal Damage Repair (Shampoo and Conditioner).
It leaves your hair soft and very easy to manage. Embarrassed
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this is a good shampoo for straightening and smoothing out frizz: http://www.thebeautyplace.com/tigi-bed-head/300227.html
Or if you are looking a set of smoothening shampoo and conditioner: http://www.thebeautyplace.com/rusk/040041.html
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As my experience, you can use anything with shea butter on your hair, shea butter is very useful on frizzy hair.


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[QUOTE=mtptl1]If hair is frizzy, it means the moisture that is so important for shiny, healthy hair, has been sucked out. This may happen due to various reasons. Whatever be the cause, if you use Pantene, H & S, Dove,.....etc etc, frizziness will increase as all of these have Sodium Lauryl Sulfeth. So, all those who are suggesting you these are way below average in their knowledge. they have not been exposed to the real word - "Best" and call mediocre and average as "Best". Pity !
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According to me the clinic all clear is the best shampoo according to my experience.In this shampoo there are no harmful effect to the hair.You have a good choice to learn the main thing in this.
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Or, the best smoothing shampoo and conditioner for repair is  Joico K-PAK.  You can purchase this product at any or your local salons or online.
 


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I love using L'Oreal Advanced Haircare Smooth Intense Ultimate Straight Shampoo. It has a nice scent and I definitely have less frizz after using it. It also makes it easier to comb through my hair afterwards, so it makes styling much easier!
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AG has a good line for smoothing and sleeking.
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