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Best product to use on hair after straightening?

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    What's the best product (e.g. serum)to put on hair after straightening/blow drying to make it look less dry and damaged? I use a protective spray before and intensive care shampoo, but it still looks a bit damaged so I want something to use after straightening to make it look better

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    (Original post by SmileyGurl13)
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    What type of hair have you got? Are you white or black?
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    John frieda frizz-ease is the best.


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    (Original post by katyness)
    What type of hair have you got? Are you white or black?
    my hair's dark blonde, I'm white.
    I don't know how to describe it, it's quite frizzy/dry but gets greasy quickly!
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    (Original post by SmileyGurl13)
    my hair's dark blonde, I'm white.
    I don't know how to describe it, it's quite frizzy/dry but gets greasy quickly!
    try argan oil, or if u prefer Moroccan oil. tho it's cheaper and better to get argan, cos branding makes moroccan oil pricey.

    you'll love the results and it whoops butt where products by ppl like john frieda are concerned (no offence to the person that made the suggestion ) like u would not believe.

    i spk as a woman with long, thick, an curly hair that has a propensity to frizz.
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    (Original post by ashtoreth)
    try argan oil, or if u prefer Moroccan oil. tho it's cheaper and better to get argan, cos branding makes moroccan oil pricey.

    you'll love the results and it whoops butt where products by ppl like john frieda are concerned (no offence to the person that made the suggestion ) like u would not believe.

    i spk as a woman with long, thick, an curly hair that has a propensity to frizz.
    How do you use argan oil? Like before styling, or after?

    Does it make your hair greasy?
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    (Original post by SmileyGurl13)
    How do you use argan oil? Like before styling, or after?

    Does it make your hair greasy?
    after you've finished styling...just a small blob (pea sized) should do it, tho i use a bit more, cos i got a lotta hair...experiment if and when u first geddit.

    then just rub palms together and smooth gently over your hair...and the ends...
    and nope, not greasy at all. it's that light, u don't feel it on your hair and as an added plus, it's totally natural.

    here's the product. read the reviews. i use it one way, but there are all sorts of ways to use it...before washing...when damp etc.

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Argan-Oil-Or...3584709&sr=8-1

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