The Hair De-Frizzing Product You NEED In Your Life This Summer

Hi.

So, this is, like, my third attempt to write this post today. I’m having one of those days where I find myself getting distracted by something new every five minutes. After I get a few words typed out, I immediately have the urge to scroll through all my social medias or google something totally random and unimportant. In fact, right now I’m trying to stop myself from googling (and likely buying) ‘giant coffee mugs.’ I don’t need a new mug, let alone a giant one. Why do I feel so strongly about searching for it? Ugh.

Anyway, the point of this post isn’t to dissect the complications of getting distracted. The point is to rave about the LIFE-CHANGING haircare product I’ve been using this summer.  Which I’m going to do. No distractions, no giant coffee mugs.

Let’s start with a bit of a background on my relationship with haircare.

Generally, I’ve never been a big fan of haircare products. I use dry shampoo and heat protectant (on the rare occasion that I actually work up the motivation to use heat on my hair). But other than hat, haircare has always been a no for me. I’ve never felt like any of the beach wave mists or volumizing sprays have had a tremendous, jaw-dropping impact on my hair. And when I’ve seen the price tags (some of which are up near $30), my disinterest for haircare has grown even bigger.

However, given the fact that I’m writing this post, a product has clearly come along and changed my way of thinking.

Enter. Living Proof’s No Frizz Nourshing Styling Cream.

A bit of a background on my hair. In the summer, it’s constantly full of frizz and flyaways. Whether it’s in the pool or in the shower, I can’t submerge my hair in water without expecting it to dry looking really frizzy and messy. It’s the worst, especially because I like to use as little heat as possible on my hair in the summer.

Needless to say, I’ve always been intrigued by de-frizzing products, but my negative perception of haircare has prevented me from trying any. I ended up receiving one in my July Sephora Play Box though, and I was absolutely blown away by the results.

Using the No Frizz styling cream is really easy. You apply a small drop to your hair while it is still damp, style it as you normally would, and bam–no flyaway hairs or frizz. It has been amazing not having to deal with frizziness, especially on those incredibly hot and humid summer days. There are a lot of times when I will be sitting there in the heat, thinking to myself, ‘if I hadn’t put that frizz cream in, my hair would be a mess right now!’. And let me tell you, it’s been a nice thought to have.

Anyway, that’s about all I wanted to tell you about today. Unless it’s a review, it’s rare for me to write an entire post about a single product. But this one is so good that I couldn’t wait till my July favorites to talk about it. Especially considering how humid it has been recently (seriously, what is up with that?!)

Time for me to go be distracted now.

Thank you so much for reading!

What are some of your favorite summer haircare products? 

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10 thoughts on “The Hair De-Frizzing Product You NEED In Your Life This Summer

  1. I can totally relate to you about those blogger’s block moments. Hey, you still got this post published and you’re good! Oh man, I am really bad when it comes to haircare outside of shampoo and conditioner @__@. Glad you found No Frizz super useful! It’s great that it helps keep your hair down. Have a great weekend!

    Nancy ♥ exquisitely.me

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