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Celebrity hairstylist share their favorite drugstore frizzy hair products – Total Beauty


Shea Moisture Coconut & Hibiscus Curl Enhancing Smoothie, $13.50 Lin says he discovered this product while doing an outdoor summer photoshoot in ridiculously high humidity. Talk about a make it work moment.

“I walked into a drugstore to see what kind of options they had, and I found a few. This worked the best. It smells amazing and has great frizz control,” he says. “I highly suggest mixing with just a touch of warm water and then apply from the bottom of your hair, moving upwards. Never apply directly from the top. You’ll find this product to be very sticky, but it gets the job done!”

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Murray’s Original Pomade, $2.25″I discovered this product while working on a photoshoot. We were trying product to create an 18th century updo and we needed something extremely strong and frizz-fighting,” says Marshall Lin, a celebrity hair stylist who’s worked with Kate Bosworth, Olivia Palmero, and Christina Aguilera. “I love it because it creates a look that will never come undone.”

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Proliss Mini Silk Tourmaline Ionic Straightener, $26.30 This product was recommended to Lin by one of his longtime clients (ahem, that’d be supermodel Selita Ebanks, NBD). “She’s always had a problem with a frizzy hairline and told me, ‘Marshall, you’re good, but try this.’ So I did, and said ‘Yup! You’re right!’ after I used it.”

Before using, Lin says to make sure your hair is almost 100 percent dry and to apply a heat protectant. Then, use the tiny iron to finish your frizzy baby hair around your hairline and work to blend it in with the remaining hair afterwards.

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