Frizz be gone!!

Ladies,

What do you do to control frizz? I wake up in the morning and my hair is a huge frizz ball, unless I cowash, apply gel and pin curl. What are you doing at night to prevent the frizz? Please share. Are you twisting? And if so, with what?? The gel still makes my hair frizzy.
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I finally broke down and bought KCCC & KCKT. For the first time EVER I got 2nd day hair and probably could have gone another 3rd or 4th with no frizz. Just put on a satin bonnet at night.

Before the KC products, I would put my hair in a french braid and put a little oil or butter on the ends. I also sleep on a satin pillowcase ($5 at Bed Bath and Beyond).
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Ladies,

What do you do to control frizz? I wake up in the morning and my hair is a huge frizz ball, unless I cowash, apply gel and pin curl. What are you doing at night to prevent the frizz? Please share. Are you twisting? And if so, with what?? The gel still makes my hair frizzy.
Originally Posted by cclark1
My hair is still so short, so perhaps things will be different when it gets longer, but I find the best way to avoid frizz is to avoid combing it or brushing it too much. What I do is brush it with my denman only when it's soaking wet from the shower. After I brush it I run the water though it again and then no more combing or brushing until completely dry. I find that the more I leave my hair alone the more the curls stick around. I also found that when I have build up from products it seems to frizz more, even when I'm avoiding brushing it, so that's when I clarify. If I wake in the morning and it's flat on one side I use my spray bottle to dampen it and then lightly finger comb it to put it back in place. Again - this may only be working because my hair is still so short. I'm sure others will be along soon with more advice for longer hair.
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I always have frizz and have just accepted that it will be there. Even when I use KCCC, it's there. Usually just wetting my hair a bit (not totally soaking it) when it I wake up will calm down the frizz. The twisting at night doesn't work for me , mostly because I think my hair is just too short.

And I agree with onyx, I don't brush or comb my hair (unless I'm detangling) that is guaranteed frizz.

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Sealing ends nightly w/ qhemet's helps w/ frizz (hair drinks it upward and maintains moisture) , also pinning hair up at night and 2 sprays of Set it Free in am make a difference. I also use a gel when I wet set it.
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Henna alleviated the frizz for the areas of my hair with a looser curl pattern.

Brushing with a paddle brush (only when wet, loaded with deep conditioner) gives me great clump formation, and little to no frizz.

Using Curl Junkie deep conditioner works well for me, too.

I've noticed when twisting my hair just to condition, detangle, etc. I like the way it looks--so I'll be trying twists and/or knots to set it soon. I'll let you know how that goes when I try it.

Hope you find what works best for you!

best,
blyss

Last edited by blyss_curls; 09-03-2008 at 05:11 PM.

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