Curly Qs: My curls have been looking really stringy and frizzy lately. No matter how many products I use, I can't seem to get these rizos to cooperate! Any ideas?

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Girl, I've been there! It's frustrating, but sometimes not even the best products in the market can get my curls to behave. The reason? Who knows! But on days like that I rely on a few amazing hair tools to help get my curls looking their best. Honestly if it wasn't for these goodies my hair would look like a hot mess in the morning! Bounce your curls back into shape with a few of these helpful hair tools!

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Microfiber towel 1

Microfiber towel

In case you didn't know, using a towel to dry out your curls is the quickest way to create frizz. The DevaTowel is made with a smooth surface that absorbs water while also keeping curls defined and frizz-free. Ulta.com, $12

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Diffuser 2

Diffuser

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Curls looking limpy lately? Try drying them using a diffuser attachment. It instantly boosts volume and creates incredible shine. Folica.com, $20

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Flexi rods 3

Flexi rods

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Flexi rod rollers are the perfect fix for chicas struggling with heat damage or in the process of growing out a chemical hair straightener. Simply apply to damp hair at night and wake up with a head full of bouncy curls in the morning! Target.com, $15

Curl clips 4

Curl clips

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I love using curl clips to help add volume to my curls. Position them at the roots while hair is still drying to create height. Ouidad.com, $6

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Wide tooth comb 5

Wide tooth comb

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Step away from the paddle brush and use a wide-tooth comb to detangle clean, damp curls! It leaves hair smooth and prevents frizz. Sallybeauty.com,$4

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Thin curling iron 6

Thin curling iron

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If you're aiming for a more polished and defined look, try retouching your curls with a thin curling iron. Just make sure to spray hair with a heat protective spray beforehand to prevent heat damage and dryness. Beautychoice.com, $26

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Spray bottle 7

Spray bottle

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Short on time? Use a spray bottle to help refresh curls in the morning. Sallybeauty.com, $4