Your Top Five… Frizz Fight­ers

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John Frieda Frizz Ease Vol­ume Shine Hot Air Brush, £50

I use a mul­ti­tude of oils to keep my frizz in check and I usu­ally come back to pure ar­gan oil to sort it, but re­cently I’ve started us­ing this brush to style my hair and I’ve no­ticed my hair is so much smoother. @ameli­a_­green­field

Phyto Huile Soyeuse Light­weight Hy­drat­ing Oil, £26.50

I love this be­cause I can use it on wet or dry hair and it re­ally does tame with­out weigh­ing down or look­ing like you haven’t washed your hair for days. @chloe­jane­jack­son

Vita Coco Co­conut Oil, £9.99

On a trip to Mex­ico, I had a Mon­ica Geller­mo­men­twhen­noth­ing­could tame my ’do. My solution? Slather hair in co­conut oil. Frizz doesn’t stand a chance! @chloe­bur­cham

Ma­trix Exquisi­teoil­re­plen­ish­ing Treat­ment, £15.75

Years of dye­ing and styling have taken a toll on my tresses. This is light enough to use on dry hair – plus its gloss-grant­ing fin­ish is un­ri­valled.@max­fashed­i­tor

VO5 Smoothly Does It Tame & Shine Spray, £4

I have quite fine hair, so I don’t like heavy prod­ucts and this is lit­er­ally my saviour. plus, it’s af­ford­able and ef­fec­tive. @lilah­par­sons

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