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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of frizz.


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  • "frizzes," pointing out the necessity for having smooth, neat hair, particularly in the kitchen.

    The Complete Home

  • Apr. 6th, 2010 11: 04 pm (UTC) you don't need to shower every day, but I do find that if I don't shower I either have to stick my head in the sink for 30 seconds and then scrunch it with some conditioner on my hands, or I have to brush my hair out and tie it back, because sleeping on it frizzes it out pretty badly.


  • Fight the frizzes with your favorite hair serum or leave in conditioner.

    Louis Licari: How to Not Look Like a Hot Mess at the Beach

  • But for folks whose hair frizzes at just the hint of moisture in the air, I sympathize.

    Beat the heat, watch the World Cup, and have an A.M. cocktail

  • He wears his banana-hammock shorts high and tight, and when his shoulder-length ponytail becomes unslicked, it frizzes into an angry mane.


  • Little frizzes of hair stuck out all over her head.

    The Limit

  • The long traffic lights as soon as you hit the city, the way your hair always frizzes up when it rains, the static electric shock you get every time you unlock your car door.


  • Lavender Girl Headbands, Blax snag-free ponytail holders, and the clear brow gel to help with those frizzes around your face.

    Michele Wissot: The Fix Finder: Beauty Tips And Fixes For That Haggard Feeling

  • I blow dry my hair until it's 80% dry, then am frustrated when it frizzes out because it wasn't dry all the way.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • Now when I wash my hair and let it dry naturally, it is quite wavy and it frizzes in the humidity of the Wisconsin climate, eek!

    Archive 2008-05-01


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