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Old 08-30-2013, 10:20 PM   #1
 
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Default Weighing down my hair

Hey guys. So as I've posted before, my hair is curling up much more than usual. I was wondering if anyone could suggest styling products that would weigh my hair down and stretch out the curls. I am going product shopping in the morning, so please help me out!! Thanks!!
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anyone??
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Old 09-02-2013, 09:18 PM   #3
 
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Jane cater has a curl cream that is supposed to do that, but I didn't like it because my hair is REALLY wiry in the front. That curl cream make my hair spaz out & I look like Einstein. But it is really moisturizing & I liked that. But didn't like the way it made my hair look in the front. But it may work for you. Give it a try. You can get Jane Carter at Walmart.
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I think some say KCCC elongates their curls.
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Hey guys. So as I've posted before, my hair is curling up much more than usual. I was wondering if anyone could suggest styling products that would weigh my hair down and stretch out the curls. I am going product shopping in the morning, so please help me out!! Thanks!!
Maybe just embrace your new curl pattern instead of fighting it? Hair does change over the lifespan due to hormones, health issues or whatever.
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Are there any non chemical relaxers I can buy?
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Are there any non chemical relaxers I can buy?
Relaxers work by breaking the protein bonds in the hair, you need harsh chemicals to achieve that.
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