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baby_t asked:

02 Jan 2009

i have really curly/wavy hair and its hard to manage so what should i do to fix it?

well because my hair is so hard to manage when it curly because i have to put products in it and wash them out everyday i like to keep it straight but i get really bad split ends from that and recently i wanted to cut,style and dye it but people tell me not to so any suggestions??




krista090 says:

Posted on 02 Jan 2009

try using your curls/waves instead of insisting of having straight hair. you can do this by using a curling iron and shampoos that are specified for short hair.or else use a hair straightener that doesnt harm your hair alot. this should reduce the split ends. also if u have alot of split ends, a visit to the hairdresser is necessary so as to cut them off as split ends often make hair look frizzy and unpretty.


blargy says:

Posted on 05 Jan 2009

u culd straightn ur hair and wear it in an updo like a ponytail or bun. that way ppl dont notice the split ends


joviana21 says:

Posted on 12 Feb 2009

Hey Baby-T,

First I would suggest getting your split ends trimmed before anything else, then consider using a natural alternative to chemical hair processing such as janelle hair smoothing kit, Found here.

I would also recommend styling your hair using smaller roller to wash and set,( no curling iron needed) this will give you a stylish curly effortlessly beautiful and natural hairstyle. To achieve shiny and healthy hair use a good conditioner paired with a moisturizing leave in conditioner. Also a mask treatment at least 2-3 a month will help. Try to stay away from curling /flat irons. Blow drying can also damage your hair, so leave that to a minimum.

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