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April showers bring may flowers, but they can also bring endless frizzy, poofy hair days for us curly, coily and wavy gals! You don't have to fear the humidity this spring. You can keep your curls and styles defined and let your curls come out to play with no-frizz instead! Take a look at these spring hair care tips for healthy beautiful curls from March to May.


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Thanks guys! I never thought more hold would be the solution to this! :-)
P.S. I have type 4c hair and it doesn't get defined with just gels, but I wet my hair and use Shea Moisture Curl Enhancing Smoothie and then Ampro Pro Styler Olive Oil Gel and then diffuse. I get shiny, no-frizz hair that dries pretty soft and moisturized with no flakes.
@Noni863 this is the second article (http://www.naturallycurly.com/curlreading/frizz-control/curly-hair-care-for-rainy-days)
@Noni863, to cut down on volume in mist and high dew-points, moisturize well of course, then use a gel with really good holding power let your hair air dry just a little and then diffuse or sit under a hood dryer. Check out tip 4 in this article: 5 No-Frizz Tips For Rainy Spring Days and the hard hold gel recommendations in this article: Curly Hair Care For Rainy Days (http://www.naturallycurly.com/curlreading/curl-products/bring-on-the-rain-stylists-reveal-strategies-for-a-frizz-free-spring?page=3)(http://www.naturallycurly.com/curlreading/frizz-control/curly-hair-care-for-rainy-days) Hope that helps!
So, humectants right? Okay, that's definitely on the list. Although I can't enjoy my hair when it's bigger...any ways to cut down on the volume when I encounter mist and higher dew-points?
If you're looking for a frizz killing conditioner Aubrey Organics White Camellia Ultra-Smoothing Conditioner is king! I am protein sensitive but this conditioner does the trick. Also emulsifying a drop of honey with your leave-in as you apply is a great way to cut down on the spring frizzies ;)
Work with the weather! :)

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