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pookiexcupcake asked:

15 Dec 2009

Products for Curls?

What are good products for curls?



lily_billy says:

Posted on 15 Dec 2009

To style my curly hair i use Frizz by living proof it helps to keep your curls from frizzing and to stay in place and the Fioravanti Volumizing shampoo i love that shampoo cuz it doesnt hurt my dyed hair and the color doest fade =D

[you can get it all at sephora]


fulltimepinklady says:

Posted on 15 Dec 2009

depends on what kind of curls. if you have very naturally curly hair and want it more defined then go with catwalk brand by bedhead. if you want something to help curl your hair then go with something lighter like a light creme or mousse: redken or matrix curls for cremes and garnier for mousse. garnier also has some good curling cremes. kms also has a good curl line. if you get a good brand then you really only need to pay attention to what type of product you need: creme, gel, mousse, or just a styling creme or conditioner. it also depends on how youre curling your hair. tighter curls need lighter products like mousse, light creams and some sprays. looser curls and waves need heavier products like gels and heavier cremes, or even a leave in conditioner. be careful though cuz lighter products do not maintain frizz as easily and could leave you with frizzer hair-like eighties curls instead of thick strands of curls (lke taylor swift) but is harder to do if youre hair is not naturally curly


babyblue says:

Posted on 18 Dec 2009

my hairs naturally curly and I LOVE smoothing serums that are like oils that help smooth and de-frizz my curls. the best part is that you can use it on dry or wet hair.

i found out that when i used mousse ,it made my hair curlier but defined them.

but when i just showered , and applied sum serum my hair came out wavy.

i mainly use mousse/gels if i want the "wet look" .

and anyways curls are unique and its hard to tell what will really help them so try experimenting and ask people who work in like hair salons or pharmacies what would be the best things to use on your hairr.


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