If you wanna leave it curly I suggest deva curl. The whole line google it. Also straight Frizz fighter that is awesome orifludio Egyptian oil and tigi rockaholic line stellar smoothing cream. I'm a hairstylist that has horrendous culrly thick long high lift colored hair living in the southeast. We usually have a humity level of 60 or higher. This stuff sells it's self of our salon shelves. I often joke that I have a built in barometer. Here's to fabulous hair
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Shampoos and conditioners- Herbal Essence "none of you frizzness" Pantene (i dont remember what they're called-the pink one for curly and theres a blue that i think is for thick hair but im not sure) Hair Products- Herbal Essence-"set me up" gel (max hold) and "none of your frizzness" leave-in cream Tresemme-24 hour body sculpting spray gel (it might make your hair crunchy and hard but it will work-its good for partys and stuff when you will be dancing or whatever :), but dont use it too often because it will dry out your hair) Got2b-"smooth operator" mousse and their "glossy" anti-frizz shine serum does wonders for my hair-most of the Got2b products work really well so try anything that looks good. I have thick curly hait also and i had to try a bunch of products before i found the one that really worked for me (it was gel and the shine serum together)-try using one product a day and see which one has the best result, dont give up :) i hope this helped :)
Having had kinky hair all my life, I sure get it. My experience has also been that most hair dressers really have no clue how to deal with this kind of hair. They say they do Abd I'm sure Manu of them actually believe it. Ultimately, they don't have a clue.
You can try out the straightening gel, apply it after washing your hair and drying it, blow dry the hair and comb with a flat small toothed brush; after you've done all these apply again a gel to keep it straight and non-fizzy.
I have the exact same problem!! I got some John Freida frizz gel stuff (at any old store) and put it in when my hair is still wet from showering. It works pretty well. They also have a line of shampoos and conditioners for frizz.
I have thick hair that is course and wavy. I have tried no less than 20 different frizz reducing sprays over the last 15 years or so. I have tried the designer ones and the drug store ones and every one in between. Yes, even the expensive moroccan oil! I keep coming back to the Antioxidant Leave in Protecter from the Shielo brand. NOTHING works better to calm the frizz, add shine and protect hair from all the heat styling instruments.