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bunns asked:

08 Apr 2009

I need help finding prodcuts for hair

i don't know what to use my hair awful looking and people tell me to but these products when i dont have things like that around here the best i have is roustens and shoppers drug mart and one hiar salon with products in it is there anygood shampooo or product to make my hair look nice and soft and skily looking instead of fried and frizzy ?

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diemannequin

diemannequin says:

Posted on 08 Apr 2009

uhhh I live in Canada so I don't really know what rosutens has to offer but, I recomend John Freida's peppermint or wintergreen shampoo and condtioner it smells super good and helps give you healthy hair. Use a hairmask 2-3 times a week Garnier has a good one. I personally use Garnier sleek and shine it comes in a little round bottle with a pump just use a little dab on damp hair and it will help reduce frizz and make your hair super shiny without making it look greasy unless you use alot.

gbpkid

gbpkid says:

Posted on 08 Apr 2009

I live in the UK so im unsure of what you have but try using John Freda smoothing or straightening products or Andrew Collinge straigtening products - i use both and they really help my hair. my hair flicks out a lot & i dye it frequently and these not only make it manageable and straighten dramatically but they also keep your hair in a healthy condition & repair damage :) x

babyblue

babyblue says:

Posted on 08 Apr 2009

find a good hair sleeking serum that does good for dry n wet hair.i like garnier sleek n shine serum and got2b sleek ,just something not too oily but not like a mist where it wont b enough to de frizz the hair.in the shower comb with a wide-tooth comb after putting conditioner that helps

then when you towel dry dont rub but blot!

put a leave in conditioner that will moisturize the hair

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 09 Apr 2009

i know making sure you don't color too much or straighten too much helps (duh) but yea using some kind of serum helps if you have frizzy hair to start with. make sure you use something that's going to protect your hair from heat and a flat iron (straightener) helps tons. when i straighten (which is rare) i use some stuff that's kind of like hairspray but it squirts from a spray bottle. it's the best i got i'm from a really small town too but sometimes the easiest answers are the best

baze

baze says:

Posted on 10 Apr 2009

I have the same problem. Any mositurizing shampoo & conditioner does the trick for me. Make sure to leave the conditioner in for about 5 minutes so it really helps. If you straighten your hair, use a "straightening gel" in your hair while it is still wet. A nickel sized amount will do the trick, & just rub that in between your hands & distribute evenly through your hair before blowdrying & straightening. Also, use a concentrator on your blow dryer when you dry your hair, & make sure not to hole the dryer right next to your scalp, as that fries & damages your hair further. Hold it 6 inches away from your scalp. Also use a round brush & roll that through your hair as you blow dry.

kayleighandcharlotte

kayleighandcharlotte says:

Posted on 10 Apr 2009

sunsilk or tressemme very cheap very good :)

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