With the temperatures rising and humidity approaching that can bring one thing, frizzy, yucky hair days. If you’re like me with naturally curly hair and carry around a hair-band just in case, you’re probably wondering if there’s a better way around the mess. Well, I’ve learned that there is, so I’m going to test out a few things to hopefully put an end to this embarrassing frizzyness that’s been a reoccurrence all my life.

So, I’ve read that switching up a hair care routine is definitely a must, especially during the change of seasons. But, what’s the best product and how many products do I actually need to use? There are a multitude of hair products for frizzy hair but finding the right one for each unique head of hair can be a challenge. Also, in order to find the right one for you might require testing a few to see what works.

From my experience, Frizz-Ease Hair Surum  worked wonders for my hair. But, after a few days of using it I noticed a little build-up so I backed down and used it every other day or as needed. It’s easy to use and definitely cost effective, running about $10 per bottle.

Bumble and Bumble’s Deeep conditioner (yep, there’s an extra ‘e’ in there) is known for being one of the best products for frizzy hair and I like that it’s a once a week thing. Deep conditioning the hair once a week for about 20 minutes is a great way to get shiny manageable hair that is still, cost effective priced at about $22 per bottle.

Another product out there that will help eliminate the frizzies but is also great all year round is WEN by Chas Dean.

This isn’t like your ordinary shampoo experience; it doesn’t come with lather and the need for conditioner. It’s a 2-in-1 shampoo that supposedly adds richness to your hair. The cleansers are made with natural ingredients, and contain no sodium laurel sulfate or other damaging detergents found in shampoos. WEN not only cleanses your scalp and hair but it also moisturizes, soothes, strengthens and adds sheen. It doesn’t lather; rather, it creates smooth foam when mixed with water. Since it’s probably a good idea to switch hair care regimens, this could be an option worth trying since they offer a trial period of 60 days.