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3 Foolproof Ways To Fight Frizzy Hair This Summer

June 26, 2019

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Summer brings with it plenty of sun, sand and relaxation, but it can also bring some unfortunate hair woes, namely frizz, static, and flyaways caused by humidity.

Do you struggle to control your frizz in the summertime? Don’t let the July heat keep you from flaunting your best look this season. Thankfully, Redken’s NEW Frizz Dismiss haircare collection features sustainably sourced Babassu Oil to ensure smooth, manageable, frizz-free hair all summer long.

Read on to discover how you can tame frizzy hair with Frizz Dismiss, and get inspired with gorgeous summer styles featured on social media superstar @Mahogany Lox!



Frizz Dismiss Anti-Static Oil Mist

With Redken’s NEW Frizz Dismiss Anti-Static Oil Mist, you can instantly smooth flyaways and unwanted static. This lightweight leave-in treatment is the perfect frizz-fighting finishing touch to every summer  style.

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• Wash hair with Frizz Dismiss Shampoo

• Follow with Frizz Dismiss Conditioner

• Prime hair with a quarter-sized amount of Rebel Tame Heat Protecting Leave-In Cream; Scrunch into hair to disperse for maximum frizz protection and let hair air dry.

• Part off the top section of hair using your temples as a guideline.  Twist the section into a loose bun and secure with bobby pins.

• Spritz in Frizz Dismiss Anti-Static Oil Mist to tame fly aways and enhance curls. Scrunch into hair to amp up curls.

Redken Frizz Dismiss Instant Deflate Oil-In-Serum

Redken’s Frizz Dismiss Instant Deflate Oil-In-Serum prevents hair from swelling and puffing in humidity for a sleek, high-shine end result every time.

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• Wash hair with Frizz Dismiss Shampoo

• Follow with Frizz Dismiss Conditioner

• Prime hair with a quarter-sized amount of Frizz Dismiss Rebel Tame Leave-In Cream for heat protection and 2 to 3 pumps of Frizz Dismiss Instant Deflate Oil-In-Serum to help resist humidity.

• Part hair down the middle; section one side out of the way.

• Take a 1-2 inch section at the top near your part and separate into three sections

• Take the outside section and cross it underneath the middle; alternate the process on each side, looping in more hair as you continue down the length of the hair. Stop braiding when you reach the nape of your neck and secure with an elastic band. Repeat all steps on opposite side.

• Combine both braids at the nape using an elastic band.

• Spritz in Frizz Dismiss Anti-Static Oil Mist to tame fly aways and enhance curls.

Redken Frizz Dismiss Rebel Tame

Redken’s Frizz Dismiss Rebel Tame leave-in treatment is a hydrating frizz treatment that protects hair from heat up to 450 degrees. From blowouts to curls, it’s a must-have for moisturizing and protecting the hair when heat styling.

Sleek Blowout

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• Wash hair with Frizz Dismiss Shampoo

• Follow with Frizz Dismiss Conditioner

• Prime hair with a quarter-sized amount of Frizz Dismiss Rebel Tame Leave-In Cream for heat protection and 2 to 3 pumps of Frizz Dismiss Instant Deflate Oil-In-Serum to help resist humidity

• Create a clean side part, section hair with clips and blowdry hair section by section with a round natural bristle brush

• With a large (1 inch) single barrel curling iron, take hair in 1 inch sections and curl away from the face. Tilt head back and break up curls with fingers, finish by applying Frizz Dismiss Anti-Static Oil Mist to tame fly aways and polish curls if needed

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