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bosanbo 03-25-2013 04:17 PM

Favorite CG-Friendly "Messy Hair" Products?
 
So, I love my smooth, defined curls. But I also like to have those kinda rocker-girl messy hair days, where things are a bit chunky and roughed up. The problem is, so many of the "messy hair" products I have found are just loaded with non-CG-friendly goo.

Any recommendations? Fine, low-porosity hair over here, but recommend whatever you like in case it works for someone besides me.

curleeangel 03-25-2013 07:03 PM

I'm FINALLY able to get second day hair since growing out my pixie. It's about midway between ears and neck now, but I'm finding if I scrunch in some leave in and let it air dry the weight pulls the curl into looser rock star waves!

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Jas76 03-25-2013 07:54 PM

LOOB!!!!! I sometimes mix a little oil with it, but it's great for when I want to pull my curls down to waves.

bosanbo 03-26-2013 03:58 PM

LOOB has dimethicone, though... any -cone free, totally CG-friendly ones?

CurleeAngel, I rarely get second-day hair. Mine is chin length and fine, and it gets so greasy looking at the roots... body chemistry? I'm greasy in general. Do you scrunch the leave-in into dry hair? Do you ever have grease problems, or is that my personal battle to fight? :tongue3:

curleeangel 03-26-2013 04:49 PM

I'm afraid I only get greasy if I use too much oil. I have only started getting second day hair in the last couple of weeks. I spray leave in into dry hair and scrunch. Not enough to wet it just to reactivate the curl.

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