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mama2jmb 01-27-2012 12:50 PM

Hair won't hold curl?
 
Can anybody think of why my mix of 3a hair would stop holding it's curl? My hair is suddenly fluffy and dull and won't hold a curl no matter how much product I use! I am getting very frustrated! The only thing I have changed in the past 2 weeks is I finally got SSCEJ again. :dontknow:
I am desperate for any help you can give me!

redmum 01-27-2012 01:04 PM

Hi,

I have 3a hair that has been very fluffy and undefined recently, seemed really dry and driving me crazy. Last night I used curl junkie repair me and wow what's difference today, curls all back and bouncy and less frizzy. Really needed protein.
That's just my hair, but I understand the frustration and hope you find a solution.

CurlyFireHorse 01-27-2012 02:06 PM

When mine does that it usually means I need a protein treatment.

Wavy7s 01-27-2012 05:48 PM

I'll second the protein. When my hair gets "fluffy", it's a sure sign that I need a PT. I love IAgirls PT! It's easy to make, works like a charm, and is inexpensive to make.

mama2jmb 01-27-2012 08:22 PM

Thanks ladies ~ I will try a protein treatment and see what happens! :)

caramix3a 01-27-2012 11:11 PM

Hair won't hold curl?
 
Protein can help, but don't overdo it - otherwise the hair will become dry, exacerbating the problem. Sometimes all the hair needs is a deep moisturizing treatment. With my hair(2c-3a mix)my hair cutter advised me to do three times as many deep moisturizing treatments as protein treatments over all. That means that I only do a protein treatment once a month, usually before I color.


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