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Brynny Fee




05 Dec 1994

i want world peace.

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xoxo_brynny8d asked:

11 Feb 2009

what are good/cheap products that help tame frizz from straightening your hair




tyjim says:

Posted on 11 Feb 2009

Um.... I'm not really sure what most women use fot this... BUT... I use some stuff because my side burns get frizzy and I hate it.

It's called John Frieda Frizz-Ease Corrective Styling Mousse. I like it... And I also use some hair spray to make sure it won't frizz. That stuff is called samy anti frizz hair spray.

They're both pretty cheap.

I hope that helped :">


x_elena says:

Posted on 11 Feb 2009

CHI has heat protector that will protect your hair from the heat and make it less dry. CHI also has silk infusion that will make it shiny.


x_elena says:

Posted on 11 Feb 2009


when you're in the shower you put a conditioner specifically for shine and restore (for damaged hair) and leave it in for about 10 minutes, meanwhile u can relax in da watr, or do anything, *girls* do in the shower.then rinse it out you'll find a difference in your hair, because you gave it time to soak in the good oils and vitamins of the conditioner. When you come out of the shower, put in some leave in conditioner and BIOSILLKKK. It's a great product, it's a little pricey but one bottle can last you quite awhile because a little goes a long way. It acts as a heat protector and also keeps you're hair frizz-free, shiny, and smooth. Don't put too much or else it will make you're hair feel greasy. you can get the product from shopppers or or be 100% sure, ask your hairdresser.

Hope this helped, good luck!





lavalley says:

Posted on 11 Feb 2009

well i use bed head and it sort of works

but i heard that Ion Anti- Frizz Solutions Heat Protectant Straightening Iron Spray works absolute wonders!!!!!:thumbup:


rach008 says:

Posted on 15 Feb 2009

I have naturally curly/wavy hair and it gets frizzy when i straighten it. I use the Redken Smooth Down "Heat Glide" because it gets rid of the frizz and also protects your hair from being damaged from the heat of the flat iron. Some times on really humid days i apply the Redken Smooth Down "Sleek Obedience" after straightening it and this product works wonders. The only thing you have to be careful about is not to apply too much or else it can make your hair look greasy.

Anyways, I would most definitely recommend these Redken Smooth Down line of products!!:thumbup:

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