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How to tame frizzy hair with Stylus & FHI Heat

by Gabrielle Hartman Collaborator August 14, 2019 3 min read

How to tame frizzy hair with Stylus & FHI Heat

Beautiful hair comes in all shapes, forms, and colors. Every type of hair has a style or look that suits it the best. That look can come in the form of a blow-dry, a style, or au-natural. However, there is one thing that is certain for all hair types: frizzy is never a good look.

Some people who have won the genetic lottery never experience frizz. To those people, we say congratulations. However, for the general population, frizzy hair is something that we all have to deal with. There are various reasons for frizz including the amount of moisture in the air, genetics, and general hair upkeep. At FHI Heat and Stylus, we know how challenging it can be to keep the frizz at bay. Our team of experts has created products designed to combat this issue. We’ve put together a list of our favorite products that reduce and diminish frizz!


Hair Care

FHI Heat Hot Sauce Leave-In Treatment

Our leave-in conditioner is designed to smooth out existing damage while prepping hair to remain both healthy and glossy at all times. The jojoba formula penetrates deep into the hair follicle and actually works withheat to protect and lock in hair’s natural oils. This product restores shine and strength to your hair and continues to work against frizz even after it is washed out!

STYLUS Fresh Start

Gorgeous smooth hair starts with protection, which is why we have created a line of products that are built to protect against thermal damage. We recommend Fresh Start for people with frizzy hair because it protects against the widest range of potential damage. Not only does it protect, but this non-greasy primer also conditions! Make sure to use this every time you decide to apply heat to your hair. The formula aids against hair stretching or breaking, acting as a bodyguard for your hair. Additionally, to beat frizz, the properties in the formula work to equalize your hair’s ability to lock in and retain moisture and works against humidity.
 

STYLUS Total Control Hair Styling Gel

When styling frizzy hair, it’s easy to go overboard with use of gel in an attempt to maintain the frizz. This tends to lead to crunchy hair that feels hard or sticky to the touch. We’ve crafted an incredible hair styling gel formula that is anti-crunch and anti-stiff. It shapes and defines your frizzy hair without leaving any build-up! Also, it is designed to produce a touchable high-shine result, and can be used on either wet or dry hair!


STYLUS Sheer Remedy

If you are having a particularly frizzy hair day, nothing works like our Sheer Remedy liquid satin treatment. This is our strongest anti-frizz tool which provides immediate results. Use it to smooth out frizzy hair without producing a greasy finish. Not only will this serum completely eliminate your frizz, but it also works to restore and protect your hair for future strength and smoothness!


FHI Heat Tools

In order to beat frizz, all styling tools used must either be made with ceramic or titanium. When it comes to the difference between the two, there are a couple of things to consider. Firstly, all FHI Heat stylers use negative ion technology, which means that rather than simply using heat on hair, it actually works with the hair’s anatomy to style and dry (causing less damage overall). Strictly for frizz, we’d suggest ceramic tools due ceramic’s ability to lock in and retain moisture in the long run. However, titanium plates reach high temperatures extremely quickly and produce gratifyingly silky results. Our titanium is infused with magnesium, which also promotes hair health. Titanium is recommended for people with coarser hair. Regardless, both ceramic and titanium create smooth and beautiful results. Check out our stylers here to decide what works for you! In addition to our stylers, we also carry The Unbrush, which is essential for people who have frizzy or tangled hair. The brush is designed with a unique vented cushion to effortlessly detangle and smooth challenging hair.

Gabrielle Hartman Collaborator
Gabrielle Hartman Collaborator



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