Get a good flatiron
You've thought about keratin, but at up to $500 a pop, every three months, you'd have to have Bethenny Frankel's money to deal with the upkeep. Why not invest in a good flatiron to keep things in place?
Here's an idea: The Amika styler has these amazing things called floating plates that flatten hair on contact. And they're 100 percent ceramic, which is key (many hair beauty tools claim to feature ceramic plates but just have a thin coating). Ceramic radiates far-infrared heat, preserving moisture in the shaft and protecting the hair cuticle from damage. The $125 Amika, which is so cute in hot pink and a cheetah print (Dakota Fanning is a fan), softens your hair stat, works to seal in the cuticle, locks in color, and gives you the same silky, glossy results you expect from your favorite salon.
Bye bye Miami frizz!
Where to buy: www.Beauty.com