A great gel to go with the serum
I have long, naturally curly hair, and my regular styling regimen involves combining an anti-frizz product with a styling gel. I've been using John Frieda Frizz-Ease Hair Serum for ages, so when my neighborhood drugstore had a "buy two, get one free" offer on Frizz-Ease products, I decided to give John Frieda Frizz-Ease Clearly Defined Style Holding Gel a shot. I was hoping that I could skip a step and just use the gel, but that didn't work well for me, because it meant using gel all over, which weighed my hair down. When I went back to using the serum all over and gel just where I get the most flyaways (near my face and ears), I was very pleased with the results. My hair felt soft, flexible and frizz-free. The main reason I don't use John Frieda Frizz-Ease Clearly Defined Style Holding Gel more often is that it's a bit more expensive than other good products. Also, it's fairly thick gel, which makes it a bit difficult to dispense and to apply evenly (but the latter problem can be solved by thinning it with water or leave-in conditioner).