Hair troubles 2c

I posted this in 3c on accident and don't know how to delete it. Whoops.

Anyway, I'm growing my hair out for the first time and it is getting to about medium length.. Not long enough to part yet though.

At the end if the day, my hair just gets really frizzy and no longer looks curly.. Help? I use mousse to keep it frizz free, but that only works for a little bit.

I will attach some pictures to slow what it looks like at the end if the day.

Thanks
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You have beautiful hair! Are you sure your not a curly? Maybe you get good responses at the 3c section You could try a hairmist (spray) with water and some conditioner or some gel mixed in.

Or: after washing/rinsing/wetting your hair use a tiny bit of oil as sealant over your wet hair. Be very carefull not to use to much to start with. You can try some olive oil, just press it to your hand palm and flip the bottle. You see an oily shine on your hands now. Rub both hands together and smooth that over your hair. Probably that will be enough. If not: add a bit more next time.
Good luck!
2B/C-3A) fine - low porosity
Routine:
Wash: Daily Fix,SMT, Kesham, Urtekram
RO: Motions CPR Li, Inecto Cocos co, AO GPB, KCTT
acv-rinse, sometimes honey-rinse
LI: coconut oil (winter), CJBC-LI
Styling: AVG, Etos Solid Power Gel, Taft gel, CJPP
, JCCC, BRHG
Plopping~Pixiecurl diffuse~clipping
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You have beautiful hair! Are you sure your not a curly? Maybe you get good responses at the 3c section You could try a hairmist (spray) with water and some conditioner or some gel mixed in.

Or: after washing/rinsing/wetting your hair use a tiny bit of oil as sealant over your wet hair. Be very carefull not to use to much to start with. You can try some olive oil, just press it to your hand palm and flip the bottle. You see an oily shine on your hands now. Rub both hands together and smooth that over your hair. Probably that will be enough. If not: add a bit more next time.
Good luck!
Originally Posted by rapunzel4ever
Thanks!! I will try that
Lots of wavy-haired people prefer gel over mousse. I suppose it depends on the mousse - but yours is definitely not getting the job done.

Gels with medium to strong hold will help define your waves and curls.
When your hair is dry, you can smooth your palms over your hair to break up the crunchy gel, or rub a little conditioner on your palms well (or a drop or 2 of oil) and then smooth your hands over your hair to break up the crunchy gel/"wet look" without causing frizz or losing curl.
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It looks good, I agree looks curly, but yes will probably look wavy as it gets longer. So maybe 2c is right, though most of us would not curl up with hair that short.

I second IAGirl, try gel instead of mousse. But I don't think it actually looks bad in the pictures, it looks like good hair!
2c / C / iii (FIA)
Med-Coarse, LowPorosity, NormalElast (LCLF)

Shoulder-Length now.

Wash: DevaCare Low Poo
Detangle & Rinseout: Walgreens or Sally's Conditioning Balm (always)
Leave-in: DevaCare OneC (budget choice is GFTN)
Style: ReCoil & DevaCare Arc Angel (budget choices are HESMU or Got2BSpikedUp)

Henna!
I tried gel and my hair looked much better. Less wet hair looking and less frizzy
Great!

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2B/C-3A) fine - low porosity
Routine:
Wash: Daily Fix,SMT, Kesham, Urtekram
RO: Motions CPR Li, Inecto Cocos co, AO GPB, KCTT
acv-rinse, sometimes honey-rinse
LI: coconut oil (winter), CJBC-LI
Styling: AVG, Etos Solid Power Gel, Taft gel, CJPP
, JCCC, BRHG
Plopping~Pixiecurl diffuse~clipping
KrullenWijzer.blogspot.nl

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