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Hair problems-FRIZZ

bolton lancashire
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Hair problems-FRIZZ

Right ladies perharps you can help me- I have major problems with my hair and humity- still after 3 visits to the caribbean I cant find any products to either stop or help my hair. lol My husband says to leave it dry naturaly- er no, neither straight or curly- spend ages drying it in a air con room- soon as I go out- FRIZZ. Any help please. :-)

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1. Re: Hair problems-FRIZZ

There is a leave in conditioner on the market, cant remember name off hand but will look for it later

Jan xx :)

bolton lancashire
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2. Re: Hair problems-FRIZZ

thanks- any help or advice appreciated- or i`ll end up looking like crystal tips. lol

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3. Re: Hair problems-FRIZZ

Nothing wrong with Crystal Tips, she was a lively loving girl.

How about taking lots of hair bands, Alice bands and just, as hubby says, go with it.?

I gave up years ago going against my hair, I am a wash and go sort of woman now.

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4. Re: Hair problems-FRIZZ

in deed she was. lol hair just not long enough- to tie up- reallllllllly cant at night-like to have it nice (why i bother) during the day under a hat- hubby ok shaves his head. where theres a will theres a way.;-)

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5. Re: Hair problems-FRIZZ

look at this.

…ebay.co.uk/NEW-GLISS-LEAVE-ANTI-FRIZZ-STRAI…

or

…ebay.co.uk/LOREAL-ELVIVE-NUTRI-GLOSS-LEAVE-…

Jan

Edited: 28 April 2011, 18:10
Bolton, United...
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6. Re: Hair problems-FRIZZ

Well girls, I have really curly hair so I just go with it. Definately no straightening for me. I do use products so my curls are relaxed and I have no problems.

Lancashire, United...
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7. Re: Hair problems-FRIZZ

Lee Stafford Poker straight products. The poker straight dehumidifier spray is great. Just style it, use your normal products, and then spray liberally with dehumidifier.

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8. Re: Hair problems-FRIZZ

Argan oil! I used to use coconut oil, until I tried argan oil. It's not as greasy, smells great & works awesome. I use the One N' Only brand as I like the smell better and it's cheaper than the Moroccan Oil brand.

amazon.com/One-Only-Argan-Oil-Treatment/…

http://www.moroccanoil.com/

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9. Re: Hair problems-FRIZZ

Hi, I too suffer.. and its even worse as I have bleached + naturally curly hair!

I usually use a silicone based "shine" product and then always clip the front bits back if I want to leave it down.

I use this one sallybeauty.com/Spray-On-Glosser/…pd.html

It does make your hair very greasy if you overdo it, but it counteracts the humidity frizz quite well i've found.

I'd never use it at home as a shine spray as its too full on but its not bad, its usually about £5 in english Sallys i do believe and a little goes a LONG way.

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10. Re: Hair problems-FRIZZ

The probably with these products is that they are okay if you're sitting inside but with any bit of wind, up goes your hair and it stays there, even on just a short walk for dinner.