Anyone here who just can't scrunch?

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I have found through trial and error that any method of scrunching just gives me frizz and i'm done with it now. I might not get the curl my hair has potential for but I'd rather have looser waves and limited frizz. Anyone else have to avoid scrunching?
2(I have no idea what pattern), low porosity, mix of medium and coarse, dense

*Have just discovered the amazingness that is the "Spritz and Condish" routine*

Shampoo: SM Moisture Retention Shampoo
Co-wash: VO5 Vanilla Mint Tea Clarifying Conditioner
RO: GVP CB, Garnier Triple Nutrition
LI : Whatever conditioner I used + EVOO or Argon oil
Stylers: Organix Moroccan Curling Perfection Defining Creme, EcoStyler Gel (krystal)
Hmm...I know if I fuss with my hair too much before it dries, I get big-time frizz. Usually, I scrunch in my product, clip the roots, then leave it alone until it's dried. Sometimes I even have trouble with using a diffuser in terms of frizz-creation.

Once it's dry, I'll scrunch out the crunch and be frizz free.
3a/3b normal porosity & density. Curly Girl since August of 2012
Co-wash: Suave Naturals Coconut
No-Poo: DevaCare
Rinse Out: GVP Conditioning Balm
Leave In: (Still working on it...right now using a small amount of Deva Care "One Condition")
Styling: Curl Keeper, Jessicurl Rockiní Ringlets, DevaCurl Styling Creme, and Arc AnGell
Opposite, actually. I have found over time that the curlier I can get it to look while it's wet, the less frizz will result. I assume this is because it's already in its shape so then is able to dry without trying to shrink up as it dries? But scrunching a lot for me = curlier and less frizzy; avoiding the scrunching = flatter and frizzier.
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!
Do you scrunch with your palms closed? That might help. Otherwise one thing I do is to scrunch with a t-shirt.

I guess it all depends what kind of "frizz" you're referring to... My frizz is typically strands of hair that has separated from clumps. The two things I mentioned above would help with this specific type of frizz.
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Wave Pattern: 2A
Hair Properties: Normal/Low Porosity, Medium Density, Medium Texture w/Fine Straight Underlayer
Co-wash: Suave Naturals, Cure Care
Low-poo: Renpure Brazilian Keratin
Rinse Out & Leave In: Tresemme Naturals
Gel: LA Looks Mega Mega Hold Gel, Garnier Fructis Spray Gel
Do you scrunch with your palms closed? That might help. Otherwise one thing I do is to scrunch with a t-shirt.

I guess it all depends what kind of "frizz" you're referring to... My frizz is typically strands of hair that has separated from clumps. The two things I mentioned above would help with this specific type of frizz.
Originally Posted by HairObsessed
I do find scrunching with a tshirt is a lot better than using my hands.
2(I have no idea what pattern), low porosity, mix of medium and coarse, dense

*Have just discovered the amazingness that is the "Spritz and Condish" routine*

Shampoo: SM Moisture Retention Shampoo
Co-wash: VO5 Vanilla Mint Tea Clarifying Conditioner
RO: GVP CB, Garnier Triple Nutrition
LI : Whatever conditioner I used + EVOO or Argon oil
Stylers: Organix Moroccan Curling Perfection Defining Creme, EcoStyler Gel (krystal)
Do you scrunch with your palms closed? That might help. Otherwise one thing I do is to scrunch with a t-shirt.

I guess it all depends what kind of "frizz" you're referring to... My frizz is typically strands of hair that has separated from clumps. The two things I mentioned above would help with this specific type of frizz.
Originally Posted by HairObsessed
I do find scrunching with a tshirt is a lot better than using my hands.
Originally Posted by txwvy32
I actually tried that method this morning. Seems to be a good idea.

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