DEFINE: I would say for you to buy LOREAL PARIS EVER CURL, the whole line is amazing adds definition to your curls, gives shines, and has no sulfates.
FRIZZ: What you can do is buy a paddle brush, it elimnates frizz and gives your curls a smooth look. Also you can buy an anti-frizz serum, that will add shine and keep the frizz away.
BY: jaseislondm ( 3b ) | 7.16.14
I have 3a/3b hair. Was told by one hair dresser years ago, that I had a lot of hair, but it was fine. Then told it was coarse. To define my curls, I always use ReCoil. The key to not getting crunchy hair (hate that) and softer hair (love that)--is using a smaller amount. I apply a small amount (you have to experiment) to the palm of my hand--then I spread it between both hands & apply to hair. This is the only product that really truly defines my curls. Just don't use too much or it's grossly crunchy looking and feeling. In the higher humidity I also add a little oil to soften & take away the frizz. I used Macadamia Oil--it works the best on my frizz, but didn't like the Dimes... & other chemicals in it that most oils have. I have Redken Diamond Shatterproof now. Not crazy about the applicator dropper, and it doesn't work as well as the Macadamia one. I may buy that one again because I don't use the oils that much anyway. Oils help the frizz though.
BY: crickett ( 3a ) | 7.10.14
The best way to choose ingredients/products is by hair properties and not curl type (it's transient depending on product, technique, dewpoint, etc.) Here's a link to help you with yours
http://livecurlylivefree.com/curly-hair-basics/ Once you determine your properties, go on curl talk and look for others with similar hair. See what they use and do. It's the best way to start.
BY: kathymack ( 3a ) | 7.8.14
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