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Cure for frizzy hair

Postby Em Eye » Tue, 09 Aug 2005 10:34 am

I've seen lots of posts in tehe past about frizzy hair and thought I'd share my new cure.

I have very thick, curly shoulder length hair.

I use the Redken Fresh Curls shampoo and conditioner. IT IS THE BEST!!!! leaves my hair soft and very manageable. I always leave just a little conditioner in (don't rinse completely).

I've recently stated using Pantene leave in conditioner. I put it on wet hair then add pantene gloss. I only use a little when I pull it back (which seems to be nearly everyday here in Singapore). If I want the curls I put in LOTS of leave-in and gloss. I know I shouldn't, and it says you only need a small amount, but it just doesn't do anything other wise and gives me great curls that last all day.

If I'm straightening my hair I use the Loreal straightening balm (bottle is bright pink - Beyonce promotes it) blow dry then use the straightening irons and then gloss. It last long with less fly-aways or frizz. It doesn't feel as soft, but it lasts.

It's working for me at the moment. I know it's a lot of product, but I wash my hair everyday anyway as I swim most days. Oh, I also make sure I wet my hair before swimming and put herbal essence conditioner in the ends before putting my swimming cap or sun hat on.

Maybe this will help someone else. What do you do?

FallOut

Postby FallOut » Fri, 12 Aug 2005 2:48 pm

well hot oil does help tame


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