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Old 07-07-2013, 11:26 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by Jessiebanana View Post
Originally Posted by curlicarly View Post
I have very very thick 3b/c hair that's *really* made of s-shaped curly wave things. It seems to be a normal volume immediately after conditioning, and even after air drying. After several hours though, my hair puffs up considerably. There's lots of air between the strands. It's so annoying. Is there anything I can do to decrease the levels of bulk besides allowing my hair to dry in a bun or braids? (That causes the dry time to be 2-3 days for me.) Thanks!
Most people with tightly curly hair need cream or gel styling product to keep down the fluff.
And/or leave in conditioner.

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