- Go natural: If your hair is curly or wavy, this is the time to let your texture do its thing. Use plenty of conditioner to keep hair hydrated, and apply a curl defining cream before you blow-dry.
- Good old-fashioned hairspray: You may not be a big fan of Aquanet Extra Super Hold ($3.50) on a day-to-day basis, but when it comes to humidity, this standby will keep the frizz down and your hair in place. Instead of giving yourself a heavy spray '80s-style, give your whole head a single, light spritz.
- Use an antihumectant: If you have major humidity issues, products that repel moisture can be a total lifesaver. Something like Aveda Brilliant Anti-Humectant Pomade ($19) will keep your hair soft and moisturized and get rid of frizz, too.
- Leave your hair a little damp: Overdrying can result in frizz, so be sure to stop the hair dryer before the hair is completely dry to keep the frizz down.
- Rinse your hair with cold, cold water: Right before you get out of the shower, blast your strands with the coldest water you can stand. This step will help seal the cuticle, helping to put frizz in its place.