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caslynn asked:

27 Mar 2012

How can I moisturize dry hair?

My hair is naturally curly and is always dry. How can I make it soft and smooth and cut back on the frizz?

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isy

isy says:

Posted on 27 Mar 2012

Hey.
One of the member of the community Jackie has a post about using conditioner on dry hair before you shampoo. I have been using this method and found that it really works.Also I love the BioSense Professional sleek range

silence_

silence_ says:

Posted on 27 Mar 2012

I agree with what isy and jackie mentioned. Also it's a good idea to constantly deep condition your hair, as long as the conditioner is moisturizing. Hair masques with natural ingredients help (you have to leave them in for x amount of time) , keeping in hand a spray in conditioner, also , a hot oil treatment weekly with some natural moisturizing oil helps a lot as well. Olive oil is one i've used. It doesn't leave the hair oily, since you have to shampoo the hair afterwards. If you're using a shampoo make sure it's SLS (Sodium laureth sulfate ) and( sodium lauryl sulfate) free, but also works as a conditioning shampoo. Penetrating shampoos replenish the keratin/protein in the hair and for dry hair you need to focus on conditioning and adding the moisture back.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T00LVCgfBeI

silence_

silence_ says:

Posted on 28 Mar 2012

When you used coconut oil, you shampoo'd it out, right?
Usually when I do hot oil treatments, I heat it up, apply a generous amount to the hair, leave it in until it gets cold, and then shampoo it out with my conditioning shampoo (2 x) To be sure to get it out . s: I can see where it would build up and look dirty if you simply applied it without washing it out shortly after but, did that happen even if you did o.O ...

silence_

silence_ says:

Posted on 28 Mar 2012

lol true...it would've been bad x_x
I see then...
Other methods people seem to be using besides the ones I noted below would be cutting the dry ends off and starting anew , using mayo on the hair weekly ( I don't know how well this works as I've never really tried it) and shampooing less in hopes that the hair's natural oils will moisturise the ends. Other than that, i'm all out of suggestions, and would ask that you consider possibly visiting a salon to see if they have any products that will efficiently solve your problem )= .

itsjustjenna

itsjustjenna says:

Posted on 31 Mar 2012

My hair is straight (and sooooo thick, I hate it), and I have frizz when my hair dries (mostly when it dries naturally, but still a little when I use a dryer). When I shower I use Garnier Fructis Sleek and Shine fortifying shampoo, and the first time I used it, I could feel the difference the moment I put it in. I don't know if this is like this for everyone, but my hair feels so much better. Also, after my hair dries, I put a drop of lotion on my fingers and blend it in on both hands (too much makes your hair look dirty) then gently rub it into the frizzies (remember, a drop on both hands, not so you can see any white, also, no perfumed lotion). Another thing that should be obvious, conditioning. Make sure you have it in for about 1 min before you rinse it out. Thats all

caslynn

caslynn says:

Posted on 28 Mar 2012

Thanks! I already avoid SLS because it causes my scalp to break out. For awhile I was using a very small amount of coconut oil in my hair but it was causing a buildup and my hair always looked much dirtier than it actually was. I tend to avoid oils now because of that (and I really was using just the tiniest amount). I was using a humectant spray in conditioner, and it went pretty well for me, but the ends still frizz.

caslynn

caslynn says:

Posted on 28 Mar 2012

Hecks yes I was washing it out. I know that if I left it in I would always look so gross.

itsjustjenna

itsjustjenna says:

Posted on 01 Apr 2012

thats all I know at least. give it a try

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