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The Best Anti-Frizz Products even in the Winter

Summer humidity seems a distant dream, but winter brings a whole new set of hair woes: Indoor air sapped of moisture and painfully low temps outside. Fear not – with some bright new products and some good old standbys, beautiful holiday hair can still be ours.

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John Frieda Frizz Ease Hair Serum Extra Strength Formula ($9 at drugstores) uses silicone, aloe, and vitamin E to make breakage and frizz things of the past.

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For the Earth mothers among us, Head Organics Hair Serum ($14.40 at headorganics.com) delivers the similar benefits without parabens, sulfates, glycol, gluten, and animal testing.

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Put Argan oil, the latest wunderkind of the beauty world, to work on your hair with Moroccan Oil’s Oil Treatment for All Hair Types ($13.99 at sleekhair.com) The light oil absorbs quickly into strands and imparts a brilliant shine on top of all that moisture.

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Amikole’s Hair Butter ($11 at sheabutter.net) taps shea butter and rosemary to treat hair to a hydrating escape. Unlike the leave-in treatments above, this sweet-smelling paste can work as a conditioner, mask, or a styling aid. A little goes a very long way.

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