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frgchck asked:

23 Feb 2009

I have hair that curls into ringlets by it self but i want it to be more curly what can i do

Its very limp i get compliments alot but it needs more body or something



xjobilleex says:

Posted on 23 Feb 2009

why don't you try drying your hair upside down with hair dryer, that should give it more volume,

and maybe add a few difined curls with curling irons :D tony and guy do a really good volume spray! x


babyblue says:

Posted on 23 Feb 2009


use a curly mousse or curl shaping cream twist hair a lil n blowdry (diffuser include)with hair flipped down

make sure you dont touch ur hair so your hair has tons on curlies not frizzies:P


x_elena says:

Posted on 24 Feb 2009


1. Wet all of your hair

You can choose to just sprinkle it in the shower, but to achieve maximum results it is extremely important to wash and condition hair and then go on to scrunch.

2. Towel dry your hair, but do not rub.

Make sure hair is still about 50/60% damp

3. Flip your head upside down and begin to "scrunch" mousse into it,

begin with a golf-sized dollop of mousse and gradually increase how much you put in. It will take a lot of mousse!

You scrunch it in your hair by dispersing it through your locks and squeezing it almost into balls, and letting it go.

The best mousse is from salons (personal experience)

4.Do not put gel in! It will make your hair crunchy and harsh to the touch! If it is still frizzy, you can spray that setcion down with water and add extra mousse. Remember, mousse should do the trick of getting rid of frizz.

5. Your hair texture will vary between curly/wavy and barely wavy, depending on how damp your hair was when you started.

Lol.. i just posted this for someone else, but ... thats the only way to mousse hair?

hope i helped;)

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