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Taming flyaways. - July 7th 2010, 12:24 PM

After I had my son I had a problem with losing some hair. Now I think its starting to grow back in because I've had a huge problem with flyaways here lately. I have bangs swept to the side and at the part where my bangs start I have little hairs that stick up. No matter what I try, they're up again a few minutes later.

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Re: Taming flyaways. - July 7th 2010, 01:38 PM

Have you tried using product? When I get those hairs I tend to get some hair gel or mousse or even hair spray (but the gel/mousse works best) and just smooth the hair to where I want them to go. It should work


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Re: Taming flyaways. - July 7th 2010, 03:00 PM

Does gel/mousse make your hair look greasy or anything? I've never used it...

I've tried hairspray and it doesn't work. I'll literally leave the room to get something, come back, and they're sticking up again. :/

I'll try the mousse I think. Thanks!


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Re: Taming flyaways. - July 7th 2010, 11:02 PM

Hey, it's normal to lose hair after giving birth, normally about a month after or so.

I used to use a serum by loreal, only need a tiny bit otherwise it looked greasey, and that defintley helped. Now I've just accepted it hehe.


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Re: Taming flyaways. - July 7th 2010, 11:15 PM

i'd use mousse instead of gel because it won't make your hair as greasy. Only use a TINY amount though, you really don't need much.


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Re: Taming flyaways. - July 8th 2010, 01:22 PM

Yeah, like the others said... as long as you dont use too much you will be fine


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Re: Taming flyaways. - July 9th 2010, 09:12 PM

Personally, I find when I have fly-aways, a bit of leave-in conditioner does the trick. Just a tiny bit of Leave-In Conditioner or Serum does the trick.


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