Herbal Essences Naked Cleansing Conditioner ($4.99). It’s a really light formula and does a great job of getting my hair clean without stripping it of all oils, and it also makes my hair wonderfully soft. This is the first cleansing conditioner I’ve ever used, and I have to say I’m impressed. It’s free of any parabens and sulfates, adds a nice bit of texture and life to my hair, and the minty scent is so refreshing after a long day. (Also, thumbs up for the pump bottle. I’m highly convinced that all beauty products need to be designed with a pump.)
After I’ve washed my hair and gently towel-dried it a bit, I’ll use some of the OGX Renewing Argan Oil of Morocco Extra Penetrating Oil ($6.79) for a little extra conditioning. This stuff is amazing at making my hair soft, shiny, and practically frizz-free. It only takes a little bit, so it lasts such a long time. On days when I wash my hair with a clarifying shampoo (usually once a week), I’ll add a little bit of this to my conditioner for an enhanced treatment.
To help add even more texture and body to my hair (and take care of any greasiness on non-wash days), I like to use dry shampoo – right now I’m finishing up my travel-sized bottle of the Detox Dry Shampoo by Drybar ($13). This dry shampoo is definitely on the pricier side (I was able to pick this up in a travel set to save some money), but you can tell it’s of a higher quality than other spray powders. This one doesn’t leave my hair feeling “gritty” or powdery, and the smell is quite nice – to me it’s a bit like the Eskimo Kiss candle from Scentsy, a very soft and sleepy scent (clearly I’m a pro at describing fragrances).
Anyone else suffer from humid hair disasters? What do you use to help tame the frizz?