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Protecting straightened hair against the rain? - August 4th 2009, 10:59 AM

Okay, I'm probably missing something glaringly obvious here, but I'll ask anyway.
I'm pretty OCD about having straight (or at least managed) hair, I straighten it pretty much every day with protection and all that, it's naturally on a par with Dolly Parton's, and usually this fairs well, but as soon as there's the slightest bit of moisture in the air (fog, rain, drizzle, you name it) it's right back out there in a massive frizz and I hate it
I've tried hairspray and creme, but is there something I'm missing? How can you prevent straightened hair from going back all frizzy once it gets wet?
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Re: Protecting straightened hair against the rain? - August 4th 2009, 12:06 PM

My hair is the same. If I straighten my hair I always have to have a bobble and hair brush to tie it up when it goes frizzy and it is a pain especially since I normally straighten my hair when going somewhere nice.

I absolutely swear by Less Stafford's dehumidifying spray. It is amazing

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He has a collection called Poker Straight there is shampoo and everything to keep your hair straight. (it all smells nice too )

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Re: Protecting straightened hair against the rain? - August 4th 2009, 04:00 PM

Aha thank you :')
I shall be definitely trying this out!
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