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youssef 11-10-2012 01:21 AM

New Here,Need some help please.
 
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I'm a teenage male,and i wanted some help or advice on how to get this hair,that i've been dieing for,for ages.Would really appreciate your help.So here's my current hair.(What type of hair is it).I'm the one with the ipod.Now the picture next to it is the hairstyle i really want.(The curly one obviously).Can someone please temme what i need to do or use to my hair,to make it become like that.Any specific product,whatever.(If your not able to see my hair properly,its more like and afro curly hair.)

Thanks:love5:

ElizabethFaith 11-11-2012 08:09 PM

Hi! :) I think your hair has the potential! It just needs more moisture! Try using conditioner to detangle and moisturize your hair, and then rake in a styler (gel or a curl cream, but I think gel would be better!) As for products, I use Tresemme Naturals Conditioner, and any silicone free, alcohol free gel that I may have on hand. But what works for me may not work for you. I hope I helped some. If you have any other questions, just post here!

tariwate 11-12-2012 12:40 PM

Youssef, moisture is definately the thing. For styling you might want to try Shea Moisture's Curling Soufflé. Rake a small amount of it to soaking wet hair after washing and run a wide tooth comb, Denman or Tangle Tweezer through. This would clump your curls. Then scrunch the excess water out with a t-shirt. CJ's CC cream and Aloe Fix gel might also work. :)

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BlackAngelPlayah 11-12-2012 12:53 PM

You have awesome hair!! From here, I'd say 3c. And these ladies are absolutely correct! Moisture is a MUST for curly hair- no matter the "type". :)

Oats22 11-12-2012 01:10 PM

You've been given some great advice! Also, maybe try a shampoo that's not so harsh? A sulfate free shampoo isn't as drying on your curls. Some people even wash their hair with conditioner, but it isn't for everyone.

Also, after you wash/condition and add product to your hair, it's a good idea not to touch it until fully dry. That'll keep it from getting frizzy.


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