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#1 need-skinnnny

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Posted 24 May 2013 - 08:51 AM

My hair is so frizzy and i would love to wear it down but i have to tie it up everyday because its so frizzy :( is there anything i can do ? I usued to tie it up when i went to sleep and it helped but i would have this huge dint in it

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SW - 43kg(94)

HW - 60(132)

SW - 57kg(126)

 

CW - 55kg(121)
GW1 - 56kg(123)
GW2 - 53kg(117)
GW3 - 50kg(112)
GW4 - 49kg(108)
GW5 - 47.6kg(105)
GW6 - 46.7kg(103)
UGW - 45kg(99)

 

Want to lose most of the weight in 7 weeks

 

 


#2 ccmso12

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Posted 24 May 2013 - 09:03 AM

I stopped using shampoos (sle/sls containing ) and conditioners that contain cones -- look up the no poo method!.. My halo friz is gone, and weird enough my hair that was straight with 2-3 bump waves causing me to always wear it up has turned into the loveliest curls I get compliments on all the time.

I also love the Lush shampoo bars and conditioners for my girls (online store)
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#3 aoma

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Posted 24 May 2013 - 12:24 PM

i apply argon/moroccan oil once or twice a day and it helps


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#4 choosingcelery

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Posted 24 May 2013 - 12:48 PM

I recommend argan oil shampoo, the dove oil conditioner/shampoo, the Aussie deep conditioner, and Frederik Fekkai glossing cream and glossing serum. Also you can use an avocado or olive oil mask for your hair. This solved my problems with a bad perm!

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#5 Lu.

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Posted 24 May 2013 - 01:19 PM

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Ah, love, I have terribly curly/wavy/frizzy hair myself and still haven't really found anything that would do the trick..

Sorry for being so not helpful, just wanted to make you smile!! :P


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#6 need-skinnnny

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Posted 24 May 2013 - 03:28 PM

Hahah it did make me smile :) thankyou everyone i will be sure to try out those methods c:
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Height- 5'2

 

SW - 43kg(94)

HW - 60(132)

SW - 57kg(126)

 

CW - 55kg(121)
GW1 - 56kg(123)
GW2 - 53kg(117)
GW3 - 50kg(112)
GW4 - 49kg(108)
GW5 - 47.6kg(105)
GW6 - 46.7kg(103)
UGW - 45kg(99)

 

Want to lose most of the weight in 7 weeks

 

 


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Posted 24 May 2013 - 07:54 PM

argan/moroccan oil might help.  or u can try a little coconut oil.  get the unrefined, cooking grade oil that is solid at room temp.  warm a tiny bit in your hands to liquify and see if that makes a diff.



#8 need-skinnnny

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Posted 24 May 2013 - 07:57 PM

Okay , thanks c:


Height- 5'2

 

SW - 43kg(94)

HW - 60(132)

SW - 57kg(126)

 

CW - 55kg(121)
GW1 - 56kg(123)
GW2 - 53kg(117)
GW3 - 50kg(112)
GW4 - 49kg(108)
GW5 - 47.6kg(105)
GW6 - 46.7kg(103)
UGW - 45kg(99)

 

Want to lose most of the weight in 7 weeks

 

 


#9 Dark Pale

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Posted 24 May 2013 - 11:09 PM

use mousse and anti-frizz serums
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Posted 31 May 2013 - 06:51 PM

This hair care routine has taken care of all my frizz:

After you shampoo and condition apply a leave in conditioner and comb it through your hair. 

Then take an oil of your choice (I'm using The Body Shop's coconut hair oil right now) and apply it sparingly to your hair focusing on your ends and frizz prone areas. 

Comb through your hair again after you've put on the oil, apply any styling products you usually use, and let your hair air dry.

 

If possible try to use a deep conditioning mask weekly!



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Posted 31 May 2013 - 08:33 PM

Brush your hair with a boar bristle brush

Don't use shampoos/conditioners with cone products

Detangle hair by starting from the bottom

Use a suitable oil of your choice to put on the ends of your hair

For a good sheen, eat walnuts

Do a scalp massage



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Posted 01 June 2013 - 03:46 AM

Try coconut oil. I heard it helps. Conditioning also helps my haid.

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#13 Jaane

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Posted 01 June 2013 - 03:46 AM

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#14 Weatherly

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Posted 01 June 2013 - 05:04 AM

thermasilk mousse is really good. put it on when your hair is wet. And then when it is dry -nothing beats a flat iron.




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