Got frizz? We’re here to help with some of the best tamers around

Thin, thick, curly, fine, wavy — we all have to deal with frizz issues. Colder temps, beanies and packed subway situations all contribute, so it’s important to get proactive, before you leave the house. Try some of these cures for the dreaded frizziness ...

Shampoo, Shampoo, Shampoo

True frizz sufferers will tell you that prevention starts long before you style your hair. Using a frizz-fighting product at the shampooing stage puts a shield around the hair strand, preventing any humidity from penetrating it.

Living Proof No Frizz Shampoo, $15.99, Amazon

Go Classic

A classic buy — for a reason. John Frieda just knows frizzy hair and knows how to combat it. If you are on the dryer side, go crazy with this one. For oilier hair types, aim for a pea-sized amount just on the ends and troubled areas of your hair.

John Frieda Frizz Ease Serum, $6.99, Amazon

Do Double Duty

Love a two-pronged attack: try this on damp hair before your blow dry and again as a finishing spray to calm and control. Spritz onto your hands, then work your fingers through your hair for an even distribution.

Tresemme Smooth & Silky No Frizz Shine Spray, $6, Amazon

Have a Secret Weapon

If everything else is failing for you, let Ted Gibson help out. The celebrity hairstylist has come up with the ultimate emergency frizz fighting product to keep in your handbag. Featuring a mix of amino acids, vitamins and (light) oils, these packet towelettes assist in smoothing the hair cuticle texture to lock in moisture, boost shine and most importantly, calm frizz static.

Ted Gibson Hair Sheets, $20, Amazon