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Need help for frizzy hair - August 4th 2012, 12:27 PM

I have really frizzy and curly hair, does anyone have any tips on how to control it?


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Re: Need help for frizzy hair - August 8th 2012, 12:48 AM

There's a few things you can do to reduce frizz. They make shampoos and conditioners for that, but I've found that leave-in products will work better. I'd try a leave-in conditioner and if that doesn't seem to help then also get some mousse to put in your hair after you shower.
Also don't blow dry your hair, that will make it worse. And doing a quick run over with a hair straightener can help.
I've also hear that running dryer sheets over your hair can help with static.


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Re: Need help for frizzy hair - August 10th 2012, 09:17 AM

Thank you so much I tried a few things and it is a lot better


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Re: Need help for frizzy hair - August 11th 2012, 01:50 AM

Mousse. I have the same problem. Put some mousse in your hair after a shower (dry your hair a little bit first though. Not too much, or it won't work right.) Use conditioner. Instead of using a brush or comb, use a wide toothed comb. Make sure your split ends are cut if you have them.

Also, that frizz ease stuff works wonders.



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Re: Need help for frizzy hair - August 11th 2012, 06:17 AM

I actually just switched to the frizz control shampoo/conditioner from Herbal Essences, and I LOVE it. It's called "None of your Frizzness" (yeah, I know, dorky name. ) and the product has worked very well for me! Not only is it less frizzy, it also smells amazing and feels very soft even with daily shampooing.



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I use a great product to avoid the frizz, it's pro naturals moroccan argan oil which also protects the hair, makes it stronger and leaves it soft, shiny and healthy. I bought it online at safrons.com , it's really good ^^
   
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Re: Need help for frizzy hair - August 13th 2012, 05:18 PM

Be sure to get your ends trimmed regularly too. That can help your hair sit better, since there aren't any split ends and all that.



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Re: Need help for frizzy hair - August 13th 2012, 05:23 PM

I use frizz ease on my curly hair and it works wonders!


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