okay, my hair is very very curly and frizzy and thick its nasty!! i sometimes put hair gel in it and it looks fine and then other times i stirghten it but it still gets frizzy easily. I use hair serum and this one spray to control the frizz but hey im always lookin' for something better can you guys suggest anything?
DancinCutie08 answered Monday January 30 2006, 7:14 pm: well 1 it maybe be your straighter. like i used to use a conair and my hair would be super frizzy then i switched to a helen of troy and it solved my problem but not my sisters. what she does is she put its this stuff called soft wax (i looks like mouse) and it helps get rid of the frizz. also try this stuff its called bio silk. its like $12 for a really little bottle but its very good. it gets rid of all those little frizzes on like the top layer of your hair [ DancinCutie08's advice column | Ask DancinCutie08 A Question ]
KiSSxMYxPEARLS answered Monday January 30 2006, 6:46 pm: Don`t brush your hair. Comb it, not brush it. Brushing makes your hair even more frizzier. I have friends that have curly hair & they say not to brush it because then it becomes all .."poofy". Put any type of mousse in your hair because mousse adds volume, and for curly ; you need alot of volume. [ KiSSxMYxPEARLS's advice column | Ask KiSSxMYxPEARLS A Question ]
xsunkiszed3x answered Monday January 30 2006, 6:30 pm: ah i know how this feels because my hair is the exact same way! well after i get out of the shower i usually brush it through and then i add mousse which helps it before you blow dry it or air dry it .. let me know if anything helped!
SocialSuicidex3 answered Monday January 30 2006, 6:02 pm: Yeah my hair is kind of like that
but i tame it
start out by thinning it, you can buy thinning shears to help with this
and use moisterizing shampoos, and I very very much so highly recomend "Aussie 3-minute-miracle Conditioner" It really helps keep your hair less-frizzy and really moist
and if you're going to blow dry your hair, but a product that helps your hair take the heat
there's an aussit product called "Take the heat!"
and when I feel like wearing my curls,
i put in a leave-in-conditioner
TheLoveDoctor answered Monday January 30 2006, 5:53 pm: you should get your hair thinned out. its like a haircut that makes your hair look thinner but still cute. then use de frizz shampoo and stuff like that but straighten it in layers. and use mousse. before you straighten it, mouse it up not ALOT but enough if you know what i mean and straighten by layers. going from the hair towards your neck to the top of your head.
t0xicParadiSe answered Monday January 30 2006, 4:40 pm: I have curly frizzy hair as well. What I do is before I straighten each strand, I spray Thermasilk Detangler Leave In Conditioner. Then straighten the strand. It doesn't come out frizzy at all. Also you can use Thermasilk Detangler Leave In Conditioner to make your hair wavy/curly. Spary it all over your hair and jut scrunch your hair the way you would normally and spary some more of the Thermasilk Detangler Leave In Conditioner.
Vikki27 answered Monday January 30 2006, 4:39 pm: Your hair sounds exactly like my own and I can relate. It's a nightmare to put up with and I have to admit that I went through 16 years of unhappiness with it before finding something that worked.
You haven't indicated which straighteners you use but GHD are the best I found for straightening this particular hair type and decreasing the frizz. They are expensive but they heat up to maximum temperature in seconds and they work like a dream. If you then use some serum afterwards to gloss it down, this should work. The only problem you need to be aware of is the amount of damage straightening hair can cause so you may want to also get some spray or a cream to protect your hair from the heat damage.
The only other thing I can suggest is that rather than battle against your hair, try working with it and taking advantage of it. (I know what you're thinking, I hated that idea at first too).
Due to the amount of damage straightening twice a week for two and a half year caused my hair, I have had to stop straightening it and now have only used them once since October. Try finding some extra strength hold mousse for curly hair. Partially dry your hair so it is not wet but not dripping. Comb it through with a comb (NOT a brush) and then add the mousee liberally. Comb through once more to take all the knots out and then blow dry on a slow blowing setting and a high heat. Always point the nozzle of the hairdryer downwards, never up as this adds volume. Finish with a cold blast all over.
xOgLaM_cHiiCkxO answered Monday January 30 2006, 4:37 pm: lOl my friend has the same problem .. but i think that if you wana make your hair unfrizzed then use condiotener or however you spell it .. like you could buy one of those pantene pro-v or som lyk that .. that really works great !! that would be the best thing i dont know for you because almost every gels make your hair look sO ugly and greasy soo yeah thats why i hate gels !! well hope i helped hun .. and let me know if you have any more questions !! ...
xomegaroni answered Monday January 30 2006, 4:37 pm: scrunch it. don't try straightening it, because it never really works. what you can do is when you get outta the shower, towel dry it & use some hair moose & then juss scrunch it. it works better with curly hair & it won't be all dry & it definately won't frizz. here's a website-
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