Frizz Ease Secret Weapon Finishing Creme

I consider myself to be an all-natural girl, and I generally try not to use very much product on my hair, but one product that I have been very satisfied with is the Frizz-Ease Secret Weapon Flawless Finishing CrÃ?¨me. I have very fine, shoulder-length, wavy hair, and when it rains or is humid, or sometimes for no reason at all, my hair often becomes extremely frizzy and unmanageable, sometimes even standing straight up. On those occasion, Secret Weapon Finish CrÃ?¨me is the only product that I’ve used that can make my hair behave.

Secret Weapon is part of the Frizz-Ease line of products and is designed to be used as a final step in a process which includes shampoo, conditioner, styling products and frizz reducing serum. I have, at various points in my life, tried just about every product in the entire line, and have found them all to be pretty good at reducing frizz. Secret Weapon, though, is the only Frizz Ease product that I still be on a consistent basis because it is simply so practical and so easy to use.

Unlike the serum, which must be used on very wet hair, the Finishing Cr�¨me is designed to be used on dry hair, and can be combed through hair right before or after styling. Whenever my hair gets frizzy, or I notice that the weather is especially humid, I run a small amount of Secret Weapon through my hair with my fingers, and the frizziness goes away, leaving my hair smooth and slightly shiny. Secret Weapon coats the shaft of the hair and works like a conditioner, rather than like a styling product, so it is actually good for your hair. Unlike many other frizz formulas, Frizz-Ease Secret Weapon leaves my hair soft and not sticky.

The only problem with Secret Weapon is that, like most frizz reducing products, it has a tendency to leave my hair looking slightly greasy, particularly if I use too much or don’t spread it evenly enough throughout my hair. While I have not had that problem with this product as much as I have with many other frizz reducing products that I’ve tried, I still sometimes end up with hair that is so shiny it looks like it is wet. On those occasions, I usually just run some powder through my hair on a brush and my hair is as good as new.

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