These shampoos will be frizzy hair’s best friend

An affordable favourite, Oil Infinite uses marula and babassu seed oils to smooth and hydrate the hair as it cleanses. A little goes a long way, with a larger-than-life lather.

Oil Infinite Shampoo, £9.99, Nexxus

Matrix Biolage SmoothProof Shampoo, £14.95, Matrix

Banish frizz for good, with this favourite from Matrix. The camellia properties restore the locks’ smoothness, helping tame frizz and restore brilliance. Paraben-free, this low shampoo should be your go-to on bad hair days.

David Mallett Hair Serum, £54, Net-A-Porter

The A-list love David Mallet’s shampoo and we’re right there with them. It’s low on nasties, unnecessary fragrance and chemicals using instead nut oils – this a great example of low shampoo.

Smooth Oil-Infused Shampoo, £19.50, Kiehl’s

For those with dry hair, this is a miracle maker, filled with rich oils and plant extracts, it boosts the hair’s radiance, while taming frizz.

No Frizz Shampoo, £22, Living Proof

No nasties and loads of moisture – the hairdresser’s secret weapon is perfect if you are looking to fight frizz, it’s also a chemical-free shampoo.

Botanical Shine Shampoo, £12.50, Liz Earle

Who doesn’t want shiny hair? This is it in a bottle. The ideal shampoo for thin hair that bares the burdens of frizz.

Frizz Miracle Shampoo, £4, Aussie

Aside from the delicious (and totally addictive) scent of Aussie shampoos, the Frizz Miracle is exactly that. So if you’ve got naturally cur-rizzy hair like I do, this shampoo will become your best friend after just one wash.

John Freida Frizz Ease Miraculous Recovery Repair Shampoo, £6.99, Superdrug

If your hair is stressed out from styling or dyeing, you’ll be all-too-familiar with frizzy ends, fly-aways and dryness. Frizz Ease helps repair the damage while giving hair a sleeker, smoother look. Plus, it has that salon smell, minus the price-tag.

White Truffle Ultra-Rich Moisturising Shampoo, £59, Philip B

Italian white truffle oil is pretty much the best thing ever on our gnocci but how does this translate to our hair? The answer – very well indeed. You can really catch the truffle in the fragrance, as well as lavender and thyme.

Keratin Smooth Infusing Shampoo, £1.50, TRESemme

If you have really frizzy thin hair, you probably know that keratin can do some wonders to it. This TRESemme shampoo is rich on the same nutrients that make your hair straight and shiny after a salon keratin treatment.

Perfect for bad-hair days, this shampoo softens locks for a silky feel and look.

Intense Hydration Brilliance Shampoo, £12.50, Phytojoba

The go-to for many of us who want a more natural shampoo with serious quality behind it. Your hair will feel silky soft after a few washes of this.

Discipline Bain Fuidéaliste Shampoo, £19.50, Kérastase Paris

Taming frizz is an easy task with this shampoo, that uses keratin to help straighten locks and give it that extra brilliance. No more bad-hair days, people!

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