Frizzy hair is both a blessing and a curse. The blessing is that you have the kind of hair you can do lots of different things with - wear it curly, wear it straight, wear it wild, wear it tamed. The curse is that you're always fighting the frizz, but once you find the right conditioner, the rest is easy and the fight goes away.
Nexus Humectress is a great conditioner for fighting frizz. It moisturizes and yet rinses out clean. The worst enemy for frizz is a conditioner that doesn't rinse out because residue helps cause frizz. Humectress will leave your hair shiny and manageable.
MoroccanOil makes a great shampoo and conditioner, the conditioner really revitalizes frizzy hair. Using their curl control products (there are several to choose from) will further tame the frizz, and make for a lustrous, beautiful, head of hair.
Deva Concept's No Poo Shampoo and Conditioner are another great combination. The non-sudsy shampoo, coupled with the Deva conditioner, helps smooth out the frizz. Also, their leave in conditioner, Deva Curl B'Leave-in Conditoner, is both a styling aid and a conditioner.
Frizz Ease products are great for taming frizz. Their conditioner is specifically designed to fight frizz, but not necessarily to help enhance the curl. Frizz ease was developed specifically to help you keep your hair smooth. Frizz ban is the John Frieda focus.
Kerasatase, the most expensive on the market, is worth the money. This ultra-moisturizing conditioning treatment is heaven sent for those who fight the frizz. Kerastase Bain Satin 3 is particularly known to cut down on frizz, thanks to the cationic polymers that target damaged areas. It hydrates the entire hair shaft, keeping you frizz free. There's a reason this product wins In Style's Best Buy every year - it works.