Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hey guys and welcome back to the Beauty Recommended channel, my name is Fleur from Fleur DeForce and today I'm going to be answering another one of Britain's Biggest Beauty Questions which is how to deal with frizzy hair, so in this video I'm going to be showing you three different styles that I think are great for frizzy hair and then I'm also going to be talking you through some products that are great for combatting and also for styling frizzy hair, so let's get straight into it. If you suffer from frizzy hair in the front sections of your hair, like just here, often I find with my hair if I've curled it or styled it, the first place to go is here because this hair is where I tend to straighten the most, even if I don't straighten the rest of my hair, I'll just straighten out like at the roots so this tends to be where it goes the most frizzy. So, something that I really, really like to do is to plait the front section here and it doesn't need to be a french plait because it actually takes up less hair if you don't do a french plait. So I take this small, kind of about an inch wide section here and then just plait it and then all you need to do is just secure the bottom of this with a clear elastic and once you've done that you can just loosen up the plait by pulling it, so just really pull it out and make it a bit thicker and messier and then all you need to do is just take a kirby grip or a bobby pin and tuck the plait to the side, behind your ear and then just pin it right behind your ear then you can pull the rest of your hair forward and you just have a little plait to the side so it doesn't take up much of the volume of your hair but it almost kind of just gives you that effect of having a little plait and it gets rid of the frizzy bit at the front. Another thing I really like to do is if you have frizzy mid lengths of your hair and you want to kind of conceal those is to do a half fish tail, you can do a full fish tail which works really well too but I think a lot of people do those, so what I like to do if I've got second day waves ,like these kind of like big curls but second day so the middle bit's probably gone a bit frizzy. What I like to do is pull my hair to the side, divide it into 2 sections and then start a fishtail in the same way that you would if you were just going to do a full fish tail but only do maybe about 10 ties so then you have just a little bit of fishtail there, you want to pull it quite tight and then again secure it with a clear band then you've tied up that frizzy middle section, you can pull a bit out the front if you want to, like that. But you've got rid of that frizz in the middle and then you've just got the nice curls at the end, so that's what I like to do if I've got a bit of frizz in the mid sections of my hair and I think it also looks quite put together as well, which I really like. And then also if you want to tie your hair up but you don't want to just use a normal kind of boring bun, what I like to do, is do a kind of knot to the side. So take my hair in the same way as if you were doing like a side ponytail, twist it round quite tight because it will loosen up throughout the day and almost just kind of tuck it in, leave a few bits to the side and then you can secure this with the elastic again and then take a few kirby grips and just pin that. So you have that really cute kind of side knot that isn't a normal bun but it's a bit more fun for kind of getting rid of the majority of your hair kind of out of the way if it is frizzy. So moving on to products that I would recommend for frizzy hair, the first one is a shampoo and conditioner from Pantene, and this is the Breakage Defence line which obviously helps to eliminate breakage but it's also really good for frizz as well because these actually have technology in them that neutralises copper in your hair and limits the damage. The conditioner is super thick and really kind of nourishing, leaves my hair feeling really soft, I really, really like this and the shampoo smells amazing as well. And then another one that I would recommend as more of a treatment is something that I have been using on and off since I was about 15, this is Aussie's 3 Minute Miracle but this is the Beach Mate version which is specially formulated for extra frizzy hair if you have been at the beach and exposed your hair to kind of sun, sea and sand, all that kind of stuff so it's great for a kind of post-summer treatment for your hair. Basically you put it on instead of your conditioner and leave it for 3 minutes and it is so lovely and thick and nourishing, it smells amazing. A lot of you will have used this already I'm sure because it's kind of a cult product but I really, really like this one for frizzy hair. Another thing you definitely want to be thinking about if you have frizzy hair is heat protectant, if you're not using a heat protectant spray already then make sure you get one if you want to prevent frizz because a lot of the time when people have frizzy hair the first thing they do is straighten it or curl it because they want to get rid of the frizz but that's actually causing more frizz to your hair, more damage, so you want to be using a heat protectant spray, this is a new one from Silvikrin which is the Style & Heat Protect Spray, so this is a styling spray and a heat protectant in one, it's got a two-phase kind of liquid, so you have to shake the bottle up first, spray it onto dry hair and then use your curlers or your straighteners. So it doesn't only help to protect your hair from heat but it also helps to keep your style in for longer as well which is always good. And then if you aren't already using a hair oil, I would highly, highly recommended using one, you can use them as serums, so you can use them on wet hair or you can use them as a finishing product on dry hair. I tend to use oils for both, I use them both as serum when I have wet hair, before I brush it I put it on the ends for a little bit of extra nourishment or you can put them through your hair when it's dry to actually get rid of frizz so a lot of the time if I have second day curls I'll put a couple of pumps of oil and just run it through the curls just to help get that definition back but also to get rid of the frizz. This one is from Wella Professionals, it's the Luxe Oil, it smells amazing. And then the last product I would definitely recommend for frizzy hair, this is really, really expensive but it is wonderful, it's from Oribe and it's the Impermeable Anti-Humidity Spray so a lot of the time if you are in a humid climate or even if it is very kind of damp or just in general like slightly wet, this stuff is amazing for not only holding your style but also stopping it kind of dropping out and going that kind of limp, frizzy just losing your style so this stuff is really great. That is it for my tips and product recommendations for frizzy hair, I really hope you guys enjoyed this video, if you did don't forget to subscribe for a brand new video every week and if you have a beauty question for us please tweet us and use the #BeautyQs and we will try and make a video answering your beauty question and I will see you again very soon, bye guys!