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Old 11-04-2012, 07:09 PM   #4
Roswenthe
 
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Originally Posted by gardencurls View Post
Also, maybe just use leave-in conditioner but don't add any creams, mousses, or gels. I think most stylers can "encourage" curl (at least they seem to with my hair), so maybe just conditioner will leave your hair free to be wavy.
That's actually what it does with Hair One. It does have a cone in it, which is why I wash it with a low poo every now and again. But it's made my hair a lot less prone to frizz.

I was reading about that Pillow Soft Curls. I know I've seen it at Target. I'm not sure I want to add another cone, which it said that it also had.

I don't really have an objection to being curly in itself, I'm just tired of trying to make the straight pieces match the curlier ones. I think it might be easier to just let the curlier ones soften a little, and blend into the straighter ones. My hair is shoulder-length, so not that long, and I think if I let it grow a bit, it'd develop into big ringlets.
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