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The best frizz fighting treatment to tame your frizzy hair in Singapore’s humid weather.
Frizzy hair is a common problem for most types of hair especially in Singapore. The exceptionally humid climate here could be one of the top causes. 
Frizziness occurs when the cuticle layer (the outermost layer) of the hair is raised due to dehydration. This allows moisture to pass through and make the strands swell up. As humidity increases, the increased moisture in the air means more hair swelling and more frizz! Even without rushing around or getting caught in the rain, it is almost impossible to keep a hairstyle looking fresh all day. 
There are so many tips that we can offer to fight frizz, such as using cold rinse and hair oils to constrict the cuticles and minimize frizz. But ultimately, for a long-lasting, hassle-free solution, we will recommend our signature Cosme Cream Soft Straightening Treatment.
Key Ingredients 


Cosme Cream Treatment is not the conventional re-bonding service. It is a texture control treatment that mildly softens and smoothens natural unwanted waves and curls, thus less damaging as compared with re-bonding. It also does not flatten the hair in the same way that re-bonding does, so the hair retains natural movement and texture.

before & after

Keeps your hair smooth and shiny with extra volume on short hairstyle.

Hair is transformed from frizzy and dull-looking to straight and shiny.

Ends curl inwards on longer hair with soft, silky, shiny and swishy finish.

Lasting up to 6 months depending on what you do to your hair, Cosme Cream Treatment at Shunji Matsuo Hair Salon restores unruly and frizzy strands into smooth and healthy-looking hair. In just 180 minutes or less, you will be saving time blow-drying and flat-ironing your hair in every morning. All you need is one session to feel the difference. Treatment can also be paired with perming and colouring on the same day of application. 

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