Frizz-Ease products haven't always worked that well for me, but the Secret Weapon Crème is an exception. It truly performs just as its name suggests. It's the perfect hair care product for quick touch-ups or second-day taming of frizz-prone hair.
Small amounts of this product work well. Just rub the crème between your palms before applying to dry hair. The Secret Weapon crème works to smooth and add shine, and softness, to both straight hair and curls. Be sure to work the crème through hair thoroughly and work in small sections--if overapplied it can make hair too greasy.
I also find it works well on damp hair. Those with stubbornly frizzy hair will find that even heavily conditioned hair will start to frizz as it dries. Apply just the tiniest bit of product to your hands and then scrunch the ends of your hair. The Secret Weapon will help seal in the moisture and keep the hair smooth as it dries.
As with many of John Frieda's products, the line is a bit expensive and those 4oz. run out pretty quick. I also find the tube design to be fine at first, but the farther you get down in it, the harder it is to squeeze the hair crème out. The product works really well, however, and you'll probably decide it's worth a bit of extra expense.