I'm a fan of the Frizz-Ease line too, especially the product in a spray bottle called Five Minute Manager blow dry lotion. Also good is the Corrective Styling Gel.
If you're more into home-made solutions, you might get a bottle of vitamin c powder and add a quarter teaspoon of it to your shampoo just as you're putting it on your head. (i.e., mix the blob of shampoo and the vitamin c powder together just before you put it on your head. Don't mix the two in the shampoo bottle.) If you try this method, use a plastic measuring spoon, not a metal one, and keep the rest of your vitamin c away from your shower. I keep my spoon in an old wooden soap dish near the tub and scoop a bit of vitamin c powder into the spoon just as I'm getting ready for my shower. That way I don't accidentally get the entire bottle of vitamin c damp. It has a slight detangling effect, and definitely helps with my frizzies.
A fruit is a vegetable with looks and money.
Plus, if you let fruit rot, it turns into wine,
something Brussels sprouts never do.
P. J. O'Rourke, humorist