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How to Stop Your Hair Going Frizzy

Celebrity Hairstylist Harry Josh on Staying Frizz-Free

Frizzy hair can be worse in Summer, but for most of us, it's a year-round problem. The bonus (yep, there is one) of having frizzy hair is that it's less likely to get greasy, but that doesn't do much to placate us when fuzziness is cramping our hot new style. So what's a girl to do? We asked John Frieda International Creative Consultant Harry Josh, who has also shared his advice on finding the perfect cut for your face shape, for tips on combatting this common hair complaint. His number one tip is investing time (and/or money if your skills aren't great) in a good blow-dry. Instead of the usual 15-minute job before dashing out of the door, he says you should "spend 45 minutes to an hour so that you can milk it for the next three days." Also, Josh warns, we should be careful when washing our face: "The hair line and the nape are the two areas most prone to frizziness so you need to avoid getting these wet." If you're cleansing your face, "don't splash water," instead use a wash cloth. And "wear a shower cap". Simple, easy-to-follow advice.

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