Flyaways? Try Moroccanoil Frizz Control

"All over the world I hear women talking about bad hair days, often caused by frizz. The solution is easy when you have a product that works." - Moroccanoil Artistic Director Antonio Corral Calero

No type of hair; healthy or dry, curly or straight is immune to frizz. Humidity, over-processing and excessive brushing, combing or heat styling can cause the hair cuticle to open, giving tresses a rough surface. The only way to quiet frizz and return hair to its optimal health is to seal the cuticles.

Moroccanoil recently introduced a new product designed to balance hair moisture and tame frizz: Moroccanoil Frizz Control. According to Calero, "It perfectly balances moisture, keeping hair smooth, calm and manageable. It's unique, lightweight formulation comprising high-quality ingredients keeps hair frizz-free, no matter what type of hair you have."

Creating styles like the one Calero did in this picture is simple. First, be sure to wash and condition with moisturizing, frizz-taming products like Moroccanoil Moisture Repair Shampoo and Conditioner (some other shampoos can be harsh and chemical-laden, which further dehydrates hair actually causing frizz). Then, apply a small amount of Moroccanoil Treatment to clean, towel-dried hair. Blow-dry to remove excess moisture. Spray 3-5 pumps of Frizz Control approximately 10 inches from damp hair and comb through. Separate the hair into clean sections. Using a large round brush, blow-dry each section straight, from roots to ends. This creates a bit of volume at the crown, lift the top section and apply heat to the roots. For hair that will get noticed, part hair down the middle and finish with a few drops of Moroccanoil Treatment for added shine and protection.

Calero said, "Moroccanoil Frizz Control stands for simplicity. It's light, tames frizz, leaves no residue and you can see results right away."

Taken from Moroccanoil: Balancing Hair Moisture to Tame Frizz. Published in InStyle magazine, December 2011

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