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Old 05-29-2006, 04:45 PM   #1
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Well i dont no what to do with my dry really fizzy hair anymore i want to go to a shoppers or something and get some amazing PRODUCTS without spending loads of money to help my hair get less frizzy(when i come out of the shower its frizzy) and less dry looking its disgusting and i want nice curls all around without being flat at the top and more full in the front PLEASE GIVE ME SOME IDEAS


and what can i keep in my purse when im out to put in it when it starts becoming DRY ?
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Old 05-29-2006, 05:01 PM   #2
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ANYONE???
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Old 05-30-2006, 07:14 PM   #3
 
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Woah, large text there. First off...

Are you CG?
Do proteins effect you?
Do you have any alergies to anything?

This should help narrow down what types of products would be best to reccomend. You suggested drgustores as the place to buy them too, and since that's where I'm currently buying my stuff, I may be able to help. After you post a little about your hair, then I could reccomend something.
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Old 05-31-2006, 08:22 PM   #4
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I dont no how to label myself under the caterogies the people here use mines about mid shoulder length very dry and dyed red and very frizzy ..tight curls at bottom more wavy/loose on top..flat at top.

ANYTHING?

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Woah, large text there. First off...

Are you CG?
Do proteins effect you?
Do you have any alergies to anything?

This should help narrow down what types of products would be best to reccomend. You suggested drgustores as the place to buy them too, and since that's where I'm currently buying my stuff, I may be able to help. After you post a little about your hair, then I could reccomend something.
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Old 06-01-2006, 04:25 PM   #5
 
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I'm currently using Down Under Naturals Conditioner (Moisture Care, I believe). I find it good enough for me, but it may not work that great for you.

If you want moisture, I suggest doing a DT or something. I like Aussie's 3 Minute Miracle with Honey. The Original Formula.

If you want hold in a gel, I've heard that the Dep Sport (Blue) is great for hold. Never actually used it though.

If your not CG, a shine spray or serum may help for frizz. Life Brand has a honey and nut one (has cones) that I've tried. I loved the smell, and the frizz taming was ok. I suffer from slight frizz, regardless of what I use.
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Old 06-12-2006, 12:02 AM   #6
 
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i've found that the cheapest way to go for conditioners is cheap VO5 brand conditioners mixed with a dab of honey. also, if you have a Dollar General near you, there is this stuff called Africa's Best Herbal Oil (which i am a BIG fan of, by the way) that can be used as a deep treatment if you leave it on for like 10 minutes and then rinse it out with conditioner. i'm big on cheap products
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