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saya asked:

25 Mar 2009

I have medium legnth hair that is curly, poofy, and frizzy. Any suggestions for a new hairstyle?

I dont mind straightening it everyday since I have a pretty good hair straightner, but it takes me about 30-45 minutes to straighten it and I dont blow dry my hair, I let it air dry cause that doesnt cause as much frizz, but because my hair is really really thick it still gets a bit frizzy! Gah. So I was wondering if someone could please suggest some really nice hairstyles that stand out. I would like to keep a good legnth of my hair, cause I want it grow it very long. When I straighten it its a bit past my shoulders. I can give you pictures, just email.

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emmzeee

emmzeee says:

Posted on 25 Mar 2009

I suggest you ask for alot of layers to thin out your hair and it will be alot easier to straight and when i say alot i mean alot :), and just make your longest layer the length it is now, but make sure u get it trimmed a bit to keep it growing. this way its easier to straighten, is still long, and isnt as thick so not quite as frizzy.



I hope this helped :)

violet90210

violet90210 says:

Posted on 25 Mar 2009

go 2 da salon an ask wha u can do more wit ur hair. if u have black pple hair, ask if its possible for a relaxer. but if u have another type of hair jus go 2 da salon an ask.

hope tha helps

lavalley

lavalley says:

Posted on 25 Mar 2009

i have the same type of hair exactly.

and i have always found it easier to straighten and less poofy if you get your hair permanetly straightened once a year and buy really good anti-frizz and poof products!!!



also layers will poof it out more so stay awy from that!!! :thumbup:

babyblue

babyblue says:

Posted on 25 Mar 2009

ohh i know what you mean,my hairs a wrecked hair mess once the stupid humid air touches it and frizzes my curls:(

lol but the trick is to keep the curls moisturized

use on wet and dry a good not too oily hair serum it doesn't have to be expensive like ganier sleek and shine or got2b smooth operator serum

also have showering dont towel dry by rubbing rather to blot!!

always condition its like freakin essential:P

if your hair is too thick get it thinned out and add long layers(:

keep hair medium to long to avoid too much frizz

to style use a cream or mousee preferably cream and twist curls for more defined look

if you clip your hair while wet and styled you will notice that after it will bcome harder and then let it out for frizz free curls

definitly apply a smoothing serum after you straighten it will keep your results

and use a humidy heat protectant spray or w.e before starting to straighten

babyblue

babyblue says:

Posted on 25 Mar 2009

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babyblue

babyblue says:

Posted on 25 Mar 2009

.. love the half up do with curls,simply divine(:

mirandamelo

mirandamelo says:

Posted on 21 Jul 2009

i have the exact same hair type. I put in leave-in conditioner when its still a bit wet so that it doesn't frizz up and my waves are more defined. haha. i had my hair just passed my bust line and cut it into a bob a year ago. do NOT do that! hah. you will regret it. my hair's about where youre describing it in length right now. it takes the same time to straighten my hair if not longer but i wouldnt suggest layering that much because it just makes it thicker for our type of hair...if you have a lot of hair like me =]

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