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WHAT TO BUY: Fighting Frizz


07 . 07 . 15
Ashley Rubell
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Ashley Rubell

Ashley Rubell is a New York based hair stylist and contributing writer to Mane Addicts. Originally from Los Angeles, Ashley was trained at some of the best salons in Beverly Hills before making the move to NYC. She has assisted some of the leading names in our industry including Giannandrea, James Pecis, Eugene Souleiman, Guido Paulo and MA founder Jen Atkin. Her clients include Nike, Marie Claire, and Refinery 29. As a freelance hairstylist with a professional background in fashion PR and Marketing, Ashley loves the opportunity to learn about new products and brands, and share the unique stories of her peers, mentors, and clients that inspire her every day.When off set, she spends her time camping, traveling, and writing for mane addicts around the world.
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Fighting frizziness is an inevitable factor in deciding how to style our hair each day. No matter how humid an environment you live in, the frizz factor determines if we air dry, blow dry, wrap it up, or let it all down. Whatever your desired look, we’ve gathered some professional tips and essential products to help you fight the frizz and tame those summer locks.  


ROLANDO BEAUCHAMP Editorial Artist @robeauhair

oribe anti humidity

Oribe Impermeable Anti-Humidity Spray is a go-to for fighting frizz. It’s especially great to use on a curling iron set. Just spray it on each section before using your iron.”


SUNNIE BROOK Celebrity Hairstylist @sunniebrook

aveda smooth infusion

“For thicker hair, I like to use Aveda’s smooth infusion line. It fights the frizziness for up to 12 hours and protects from any surface damage if styling with any hot tools. 

reverie milk

“For finer hair, Reverie’s Milk is a lightweight organic cream made up of 16 essential oils. It doesn’t leave a greasy residue and it smells incredible.”

clear mascara

Clear mascara is a great trick to target the frizz around your hairline and other pesky pieces, no matter what texture you have.”


LIZ SUSTAITA Hairstylist at Ramirez Tran Salon @styledbylizsustaita

Oribe Dry Texture Spray

Oribe Dry Texture Spray is great to use at the root before blow drying. It’s absorbent like a dry shampoo and helps create great volume. The light grit it adds to the hair will hold it in place and absorb sweat in humid weather.” 

Oribe’s Super Fine Strong Hairspray

“My favorite hair sprays to use in humidity are Shu Uemura Sheer Lacquer Micro Finishing Spray and Oribe Super Fine Strong Hairspray. They both seal the deal with a light finish that’s strong enough to hold hairs in place without completely disrupting movement or getting helmet hair.”

Shu Uemura Essence Absolute Oil-in Creme

Shu Uemura Essence Absolute Oil-in Creme is good to use on mid shaft to ends before your blow dry. It keeps hair smooth and tames frizz without weighing your hair down.” 



Do you have a favorite anti-humidity tip? Sound off in the comments!

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