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kiva doyle

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kiva_doyle asked:

06 Jul 2012

How to make hair soft and silky without it looking greasy?

I have hip length ginger hair and i need a haircare routine that can make my hair less frizzy? please help, :)

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musicqs

musicqs says:

Posted on 06 Jul 2012

I have super frizzy hair and I've noticed that when I don't use heat on my hair it gets ALOT better, also, you should wash your hair every other day, but use a conditioner from your chin down. When you do wash your hair with shampoo use a tiny bit and use it at the roots where it's greasy. That way the shampoo isn't drying out your whole hair, it's just getting the greasy away. Also, on the days you do use shampoo use a hair mask when you get out of the shower. Leave it in for 10-20 mins. There's homemade ones on google or you can buy some from the store for about 12$. This is what I do & it works! Except for when the weather messes with it! Then my hair is done for! Haha good luck!

callmeiris

callmeiris says:

Posted on 07 Jul 2012

I would advise you to use a leav-in-conditioner preferably a creamy formula...I have greasy hair still the blow dryer managed to make my locks frizzy.....then I started to use a leave-in-conditioned from Gliss Kur if you know the brand....and the result was fabulous......

randompanda7

randompanda7 says:

Posted on 10 Jul 2012

What usually helps for me is while ur taking a shower shampoo your hair and let it sit while you wash the rest of your body and rinse/ scrub your hair at the end :) Another thing idk if it really works is blowdrying it downward and brushing at the same time.

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