Moisturized but frizzy hair?

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Well, it's been about a year since I had a relaxer and about 6 months since the BC. Anywho, my hair is well moisturized, but it's also very very very frizzy. My friend recommended that I should do a mayo treatment, any other suggestions? Here is my hair now

note: I had to lighten pictures with variations in photoshop since my hair is jetblack and it's hard to see my curls in photos. So the pictures/hair may look a bit white





I was thinking maybe my hair is supposed to be frizzy? It's springy, never breaks, I never see any strands on my sink and my ends look fine. Opinions?
Frizzy? Where?

It looks fine.. defined, coily, and cute.
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Frizzy? Where?

It looks fine.. defined, coily, and cute.
Originally Posted by BekkaPoo
Oh, so I am crazy. I knew it was one or the other. Maybe I am too hard on my hair... lol

Thank you!
I don't think it's frizzy either. Your coils are beautiful by the way.
Your hair is beautiful.
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Frizzy? Where?

It looks fine.. defined, coily, and cute.
Originally Posted by BekkaPoo
Oh, so I am crazy. I knew it was one or the other. Maybe I am too hard on my hair... lol

Thank you!
Originally Posted by helloyellowbird
Yes I think that's it, and IMO you have nothing to fret about. There's nothing "wrong" in the sense that it doesn't appear to be unhealthy, AND it's super defined too.. Was that your hair with or without products in it?
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Uhhh....girl you don't have frizz!! Your curls look super healthy and defined. It's gorgeous!
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Frizzy? Where?

It looks fine.. defined, coily, and cute.
Originally Posted by BekkaPoo
Oh, so I am crazy. I knew it was one or the other. Maybe I am too hard on my hair... lol

Thank you!
Originally Posted by helloyellowbird
Yes I think that's it, and IMO you have nothing to fret about. There's nothing "wrong" in the sense that it doesn't appear to be unhealthy, AND it's super defined too.. Was that your hair with or without products in it?
Originally Posted by BekkaPoo
I just put a bit conditioner in and twirled my hair in sections around my finger. It kind of looks like twists I think XD It took me 2hrs to do this though D:

Oh, so I am crazy. I knew it was one or the other. Maybe I am too hard on my hair... lol

Thank you!
Originally Posted by helloyellowbird
Yes I think that's it, and IMO you have nothing to fret about. There's nothing "wrong" in the sense that it doesn't appear to be unhealthy, AND it's super defined too.. Was that your hair with or without products in it?
Originally Posted by BekkaPoo
I just put a bit conditioner in and twirled my hair in sections around my finger. It kind of looks like twists I think XD It took me 2hrs to do this though D:
Originally Posted by helloyellowbird
Oh okay, thanks for the clarification.

Just for the record, frizz is when your curls are separated (like when you pick/comb them out dry), which is why I was wondering why you thought you had frizz. You have mega definition, in other words, not a lick of frizz.
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Yep. No frizz. Looks really nice! Really nice.
I don't see the frizzies! Your hair is beautiful!!!
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where's the frizz?
i don't see it. your hair is like mine - every strand doesn't go into a coil. that's ok. maybe even better- it gives a fuller look.

you could do twists i guess to get it all into a twist.
Pretty! Look at that shine!!
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If you mean that your hair is frizzing by the end of the day, try sealing with a bit of oil. Some people use castor oil, but I find that its much too heavy for my hair. I use hemp seed oil.
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well like everyone else i dont see any frizz but products with glycerin help me a lot or a good dc.....if u are in the mood for a hair spa henna or amla works good 2...
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