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Avoid conditioners with silicones in them - these do smooth the frizz but with build-up that makes your hair greasy.
Things to deal with frizz: - Don't wash your hair every day - Avoid towel drying your hair (I wrap my hair in a curl ease towel after I've washed it. The rough fibres on a normal towel cause frizz) - Don't use a hairbrush at all - Avoid using harsh shampoos
My hair is the same, and I make my own shampoo using coconut milk, olive oil, water, castile Soap, honey and essential oils - takes about 5 minutes to make and it's sorted the frizz right out. After drying I use a very small amount of either coconut or monoi oil, and that's it. It's made such a difference.
My hairdresser who specialises in curly hair recommended Body Shop Rainforest range. It's SLS and silicone free. There's also a more expensive range called Devacurl which is specifically designed for curly hair which is available on Amazon. My hair is more wavy than curly too but v prone to frizz!