[productsample/affiliatelink] If ever a frizz fixer has been needed, it’s now. The humidity (such a Monica moment going on) is high, as is the heat, so I’ve been able to properly put this handy tamer to the test.

Percy & Reed Frizz Fixer

I think how well this works for you is entirely dependent upon your hair type. Mine is wavy (I straighten) and I think, fine, rather than thick, although there is plenty of it, and that’s probably the ideal situation for this spray. Post dog walk, even at 8am, I’d nicely (for testing purposes) sweated so my hair had gone puffy and looked a mess. A trick that a stylist taught me for anything like this spray (including dry shampoos) is not to be skimpy and to get in under the layers, so you should section your hair before applying.

Frizz Fixer definitely took the puffiness out which in turn made my hair look much sleeker and almost back to post blow dry, but not quite. The puffiness was more prominent than the frizz but it did address both really well. Better still, it doesn’t really feel as though you have anything in your hair despite there being several oils on the ingredient listing. You will need to spray the lengths as well – my natural instinct was to spray the top and sides of my hair – which means you will go through a small can very quickly. The upshot is that I think it’s a good emergency product for puffs, fly-aways and light frizz but probably won’t tackle coarse or very curly frizz as easily as the lesser challenge of my mid-length, easy to manage hair. It’s £15 HERE for a large can of spray. Non Affiliate HERE.

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