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papops123 asked:

21 Jan 2010

FRIZZ!?!?!?

I kinda do a lot with my hair, like i have really naturaly greasy hair so i have to wash it every day then i have to blow dry it to get ready for school. After that i usually curl it! but i do use heat protectent spray b4 i blow dry it and curl it. but by the end of the day or mayb even an hour later it gets so frizzy! does anyone know how to get rid of frizz?

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fulltimepinklady

fulltimepinklady says:

Posted on 21 Jan 2010

its prob not because of the heat protectant spray-what kind do you use? i would try sebastian or tresseme. you could also keep some anti frizz cream/serum with you throughout the day to apply to your hair in small amounts...i know its tends to be greasy so that may not work but you could try it. the frizz is likely coming from how you are styling your hair-curly hair tends to get frizzier than straight. have you tried not blow drying it all teh way-like just doing the roots? and what else are you using to curl your hair? you may want to try switching out products and seeing exactly what makes your hair go frizzy so easily.

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 21 Jan 2010

for some small things you can keep some clear eyebrow gel on you and go over the fuzzies when they start popping out (just lightly so you don't look greasy


x_elena

x_elena says:

Posted on 22 Jan 2010

invest in leave-in conditioner.. after washing and conditioning yer hair, towel dry your hair and then apply a small amount of leave-in conditioner to the ends of your hair. and with your shampoos and conditioner, try moisturizing ones.



Because the first step you need to take is to ensure your hair has sufficient moisture. sooo.. theres this really gross nasty way of getting moisture into your hair but it works the best. (ive tired it lmfao.. its nasty but it helped a LOT. i had really frizzy hair too)



youve got to apply egg yolk to your hair around half an hour before washing your hair, then wash your hair like you normally would. i know its weird & gross but it does work.



:)

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