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tasya asked:

16 Jun 2009

Hair product???

hey Guyz!!

I need help to choose a new hair product...

My hair is thick and black its frizzy/curly

I need hair product to make it feel less like hay!!!! lolz

Since I live in Australia some products might not be here so it would be great if an Aussie could help but natural remedies are kwl!



Thanx!

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barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 16 Jun 2009

you can actually use a lil lotion (unscented) in the ends of your hair, but just a little you don't want super sticky hair



or treat it before your shower with some olive oil or fish oils



and always use a good conditioner that is suppost to make your hair silky and shiny. it will add a coating of protection

thekitten89

thekitten89 says:

Posted on 16 Jun 2009

- I have thick hair which is constantly frizzing and I swear by



- Aussie's 3 Minute Hair Reconstructer http://jojoslife.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/aussie-3-minute-miracle-reconstructor-for.jpg



+



- L'oreal Elvive Nutri Gloss Light Shampoo & Conditioner

http://www.yellowman.dk/images/medium/personlige/n3600520752778_MED.jpg



+ Any Aussie hair serum.



Try this combination as its the only thing that has ever worked for me. The L'oreal Shampoo in particular helps so much in making your hair look shiny and healthy. I've had many compliments because of it.



I also recommend.



1. Getting your split ends cut regularly as its these that can make your hair look unhealthy.

2. Air dry your hair, even if you have to plait it and leave it to dry all day - HEAT = FRIZZ!



Good luck =D

amaay

amaay says:

Posted on 16 Jun 2009

always rinse with the coldest water you can stand after using a shampoo and conditioner for straight hair. the cold water 'locks down' the hair cuticle and makes hair appear slicker, less frizzy.



use a weekly home remedy 'hair mask.' my hair dresser told me about this one and I have been hooked ever since. mix one egg to one part mayo and one part olive oil. make a paste and apply to hair. wrap hair in a towel and allow to work at least 30 minutes. rinse out and shampoo and condition as usual. hair will have a smooth, shiny appearance.



blow dry methodically. this can take practice and time, but it is worth it. use a big round brush that will allow you to smooth your hair as you dry. always blow in a downward motion. running the dryer over hair up and down causes the cuticle to frizz and split. divide hair into sections with curler pins and dry one section at a time. :]



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undeadxprincess

undeadxprincess says:

Posted on 16 Jun 2009

I would use Dove intense damage therapy. Both the conditioner and shampoo. It really helped my hair because my hair is always like really frizzy. It not only helps put moisture in your hair and control frizz but it fixes dead ends and keeps it lookin healthy. When you use conditioner let it sit in for a bit, and rinse with the coldest water you can stand, it'll help lock in the moisture so its nice and soft and it will help the frizz.

mcspanky

mcspanky says:

Posted on 17 Jun 2009

why dont you scrunch it using tressemme mouse and hairspray

or aussie alsoo works!it'll make your hair look adorable!:))

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