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Old 05-22-2008, 05:09 PM   #21
 
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What will be the instructions in Frizzy Girl?

Throw away your conditioners! Clean hair is the new hair.

Ready for a change? Consider bleach!

Dry brushing: it's the new flatiron
You could put After and Before pics.
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What will be the instructions in Frizzy Girl?

Throw away your conditioners! Clean hair is the new hair.

Ready for a change? Consider bleach!

Dry brushing: it's the new flatiron
And you could hold monthly club meetings. In a Steam Room.
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Old 05-23-2008, 05:52 AM   #23
 
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What will be the instructions in Frizzy Girl?

Throw away your conditioners! Clean hair is the new hair.

Ready for a change? Consider bleach!

Dry brushing: it's the new flatiron
And you could hold monthly club meetings. In a Steam Room.
Omygoodness, this thread makes me laugh...

All this time we have been fighting the wrong enemy.
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Old 05-23-2008, 10:40 AM   #24
 
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That's right, FRIZZ is not the enemy. It's your friend.
It makes you unique. Who wants smoothe hair? Smoothe? There's no texture in smoothe. But frizzy...it's wild and fancy free. It says "To heck with this smoothe non-sense, I am wild, I am fun, I am ME."

Some instructions would be: use a sulfate shampoo...cleanliness is next to Godliness;
brush your hair right side up and upside down;
Blowdry your hair without a diffuser;
And if your hair seems limp, the upside down brushing can be used almost anytime, anywhere...very convenient.
Don't pin up your hair...let it loose and free.
Continuously run your fingers through your hair.
With the constant brushing and running fingers through hair, who needs conditioner? It'll get detangled that way...and really, who needs detangled hair? Nothing says "wild and crazy" like frizzy, tangled hair.
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Old 05-23-2008, 10:42 AM   #25
 
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No, but seriously, what's wrong with a little frizz?
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Boomy (if I may call you that ), we've been having fun with this thread, but I seriously DO agree with you. What is so bad about frizz, really?! In the great scheme of hair things, frizz is a minor player, IMO.

My hair is healthy, shiny, full of body and curly. If it is kinda frizzy sometimes, so what? Big effing deal.

As several posters have mentioned on this board through the years, one of the good things about curly hair is you never quite know what you'll end up with each day. Every day is a new hair adventure. Never boring!
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Old 05-24-2008, 12:00 AM   #27
 
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Honestly most of the curly movie stars and celebs that I see have some frizz going on. And if they don't you can tell it's because they had their curls demoed and then rebuilt with irons and rollers.

Half the straight haired ones have it too actually, but they always might be secret curlies.
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Old 05-24-2008, 07:08 AM   #28
 
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Boomy (if I may call you that ), we've been having fun with this thread, but I seriously DO agree with you. What is so bad about frizz, really?! In the great scheme of hair things, frizz is a minor player, IMO.

My hair is healthy, shiny, full of body and curly. If it is kinda frizzy sometimes, so what? Big effing deal.

As several posters have mentioned on this board through the years, one of the good things about curly hair is you never quite know what you'll end up with each day. Every day is a new hair adventure. Never boring!
Now yer actually making me THINK....

The fact of the matter is, my biggest beef with my hair is its BULK. SO yer kinda right on this... but I wouldn't call it frizz, its more that that fuzzy haze that can look good on otherwise healthy, well defined curls. Frizz vs. fuzz? We shall call it "fruzz" and , yes, lets embrace it.

All in favor, say "fruzz".
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Old 05-24-2008, 03:14 PM   #29
 
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you say to-may-to, I say to-mah-to...you say fruzz, I say frizz.
I have a feeling today is going to be a frizzy (or shall I say fruzzy?) day, and I'm okay with it. If my husband and friends have a problem with it, then that's what it is...it's their problem. Not mine.
I've noticed I'm a bigger critic than pretty much everyone else, so I have a feeling it'll be nobody's problem :-)
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Old 05-24-2008, 03:27 PM   #30
 
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Yesterday I was told I have frizzy hair, not curly. This is exactly what I needed.

Fruzz... is... beautiful.... guhg...

You guys are to funny.
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Old 05-24-2008, 07:19 PM   #31
 
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OMG you're in my head! I was just thinking the same thing this morning! I'm all for some frizz in the curly mix. I hate heads where every curl is smooth or they're too gelled.
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Old 05-24-2008, 07:28 PM   #32
 
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Have y'all read the Christo’s Celebrity Corner? It's like a "how to" oh how to get frizz. Poor girl, she doesn't have natural frizz so she has to make it with Curlisto products.



How to get the look: To style, prep the hair with Curlisto Repair Styling Creme. Then mix Curlisto Structura Lotion and Curlisto Control I gel and finger comb through the hair. Diffuse until dry and then blow out small pieces with a medium-size bristle brush. Finish with some Curlisto Matte Stay for that messy, bed-head look.
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Old 05-24-2008, 07:36 PM   #33
 
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If you want that messy, just-got-out-of-bed look, here's a tip: go to bed. Wake up. Ta-da.
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I know right! I had no idea I was so fashionable in the morning.
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I'm all for some frizz in the curly mix. I hate heads where every curl is smooth or they're too gelled.
ITA

I'll join the new movement



I love volume, so I have to live with a little frizz to get it. Sometimes there is more than a little, but so be it. I'll still take some frizz than the greasy 'well defined' curls that stick to my head.
Wild frizzy curls ...... here's to ya

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I'm thinkin' you're going to have to change your user name to be inducted into the club.
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I'm thinkin' you're going to have to change your user name to be inducted into the club.
I was thinking the same thing as I typed it
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Very entertaining topic!! : )

I've never understood what was wrong with frizz. As long as it's not caused by dryness or split ends or just unhealthy hair, I don't see a thing wrong with frizzy hair.
My hair gets big and wild and frizzy and happy when it's really humid. And when my hair's happy, I'm happy!!
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Old 05-29-2008, 01:12 PM   #39
 
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Yay! Seems like I have a lot of members joining my cult...er, I mean club.
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I wanna be brainwashed to love my fruzz!
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