Triumph Over Humidity

Whether your hair tends to go flat, frizzy, or suddenly gigantic when it gets hot and sticky outside, we've got the antidote.

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Thick & Curly

Wash your hair less—every two to three days at most.

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Thick & Curly

Use shampoo designed for unruly hair.

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Thick & Curly

Rinse out only half your conditioner—what's left leaves shine and weight.

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Thick & Curly

Smoothing creams and serums make an enormous difference when worked into wet hair before styling.

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Wavy

Layers avoid puffiness at the ends.

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Wavy

Lock out frizz with leave-in conditioner and/or smoothing cream.

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Wavy

Air-drying is essential: The blow dryer encourages too much fullness, not to mention flyaways.

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Fine & Straight

Get a blunt, angled cut. Over-layering removes too much volume from limp hair.

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Fine & Straight

Color your hair; dye ruffles the cuticles slightly to create fullness.

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Fine & Straight

Try clear gloss treatments; they bulk up roots

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Fine & Straight

Thickeners do help—work throughout your hair.

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Fine & Straight

A light—and this is important—anti-humectant hairspray keeps moisture in the air from weighing your hair down.

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