frizz frizz


  1. (n) the condition of being formed into small tight curls
  2. (v) curl tightly



  1. As per Lev's instructions, I am growing one of those Dizzie Gillespie beards--just a frizz of hair under my lower lip.
  2. He coaxes Christine's permed frizz into a Cosmo-mane of curls, daubing her face with goo and powder.
  3. For Express Yourself, she's dolled up in royal blue bell-bottoms and a frizz wig, to pay homage to the gaudy innocence of the Cyndi Lauper era.


  • Get tressed up to beat the heat and humidity

    CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Regardless of hair type or whether its the fear of frizzy or flat hair, most women battle with the heat and humidity of summer. There are many products and styles to assist with the frizz and flat. Here are a few helpful tips to bea...
    on June 9, 2013     Source: The Charleston Gazette


  1. Until he launched Frizz-Ease in 1991, "there was nothing for frizzy hair, no one even said 'frizz,'" Frieda says. "We created the category."
    on Jul 8, 2008 By: John Frieda Source:

  2. "Headbands also work well in the summer," Ambrose says. "Also, spraying your hair beforehand helps with frizz and humidity."
    on Jun 5, 2008 By: St Ambrose Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

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