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Unfortunately shampoos and other products don't always work depending on your hair type. Is your hair slight curly or wavy by any chance? If not, can you give me a better idea of how your hair looks and feels?If your hair is slightly wavy or curly this is due to your genetics and hair products alone will not work. What you could try is using a hot hair iron. Hair irons straighten hair by modifying and breaking down your hair's protein bonds. People with curly hair have very ridged bonding which causes hair to be kinky. When you apply extreme heat with the straightener, the bonds are broken and the pulling action of working the hot iron through your hair straightens it out. New bonds reform which are less ridged and your hair will look and feel smoother. However, as soon as your hair gets wet, the original bonds will reform and your hair will go back to it's frizzy states. If you don't get your hair wet, it should stay straight for a few days after you straighten it. Be aware that most straighteners won't do any good if you are constantly exposed to high humidity. So if you live in a place like Florida there isn't much you can do for your hair.