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How to get rid of frizzy hair


Frizzy hair isn’t fun. One minute you’re feeling fine and confident with the hair you’d hoped for, next your silky-smooth strands have been replaced with… well, a mess. Everything’s out of place. The good news is there are things you can do to tame that frizzy mane.

A few factors play part in frizzy hair, mainly the condition of your hair and the environment it’s exposed to. We know Aussie girls love an outdoor adventure, so locking yourself inside away from humidity’s not an option.

So, how to tame frizzy hair without going to extremes? We have a few Australian a-beauty secrets to give you more time in the great outdoors and less hair worries.


For frizzy hair solutions that will calm strands, look no further. We understand that sometimes we get caught off guard with frizzy hair and need a quick remedy.

  • Turn down the heat. If your hair’s prone to frizz, this can be because it’s lacking moisture. So, taking to your already frizzy mane with heat will only deprive it of more moisture, making the situation and your hair’s condition worse. Instead, opt for a natural up-do to keep hair in place and give it a break.

  • Treat your hair with conditioning spray or oil. Compact enough to keep in your bag, you’ll never be caught off-guard again by frizz with our Aussie Mega Smooth Hair Oil. Infused with Australian Macadamia Nut Oil, Safflower seed oil and Coconut Oil, this little gem protects your hair from everyday wear and tear, leaving strands fabulously soft and shiny. Or, if you’d prefer a lightweight spray try our Aussie SOS Humidity Shield Leave-On Spray for really dry, thirsty hair. Spritz, comb through and you’re good to go!

  • Don’t brush frizzy hair when it’s dry. Brushing hair when it’s frizzy, without first adding a conditioning spray, can make it worse. Why? Because it can disrupt the hair’s cuticle, lifting outer layers which makes your hair look and feel more unruly. A conditioning spray on the other hand adds a protective layer and also helps detangle the hair. To minimize damage, always start from the bottom when you comb or brush your hair and start brushing a bit further up every time until you have reached the roots.


Stop the frizz before it takes hold! Because we know the best remedy is prevention. That’s why our frizzy hair products are designed to give hair the moisture boost it needs to help guard against humidity and other frizz-causing factors.

There’s no need to head out with that hair-bear look any longer. Our miraculous Calm the Frizz collection with Australian Hemp Seed Extract’s just the thing to help keep frizzy hair at bay.

Cleanse those tresses with our Calm the Frizz Shampoo to remove dirt and oils from the hair’s surface. Follow up with our super Calm the Frizz conditioning formula – it’s just what you need to keep unruly hair in its place.

For an extra treat and protection from frizzy hair, smooth a generous amount of our Calm the Frizz 3 Minute Miracle Deep Treatment. It’s the road to smooth, manageable hair that’s more frizz-resistant.

Our Calm the Frizz collection’s crafted to control static and frizz so you can achieve the smooth, soft style you’ve been craving – even in high humidity.



Frizzy hair that needs to chill? A big squeeze of Aussie 3 Minute Miracle is the ultimate treat to calm the frizz and soothe the most frazzled hair, leaving it silky soft for up to 3 days*. The vegan and cruelty-free formula is infused with Australian Hemp Seed Extract, and leaves hair smelling divine. Fabulous. Multi-use formula: use it as a daily deep conditioner, a speedy hair repair treatment when your locks need a (3-minute) quickie, or leave in for longer as an intensive hair mask (for extra TLC). If that ain’t a miracle, we don’t know what is!



All our products are infused with Australian botanical ingredients using traditional indigenous farming methods and hand-harvesting where possible.

Our Aussie hemp seed extract’s farmed in Australia’s southern state of Victoria and further north along the east coast in Queensland. The oils are made in the largest hemp processing plant in the Southern Hemisphere. Pretty impressive, don’t you think?

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