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Hey so I have naturally very frizzy hair and I find that using shampoos and conditioners from tresemme makes it even worse. Does anyone recommend any shampoos/conditioners that don't bring out the frizzy volume in your hair and tames in more? Thanks.
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Heads and shoulders...

...knees and toes, knees and toes.
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Lol, thanks for the reply but head and shoulders drys out my scalp
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Heads and shoulders...

...knees and toes, knees and toes.
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Lol, thanks for the reply but head and shoulders drys out my scalp
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do you mean afro or straight textured frizzy? aunt jackies if afro. elvive oils one( I can't remember what its called but its gold and pink) if straight
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No its not afro hair its just heavily volumised which makes it puff out and seem really frizzy
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do you mean afro or straight textured frizzy? aunt jackies if afro. elvive oils one( I can't remember what its called but its gold and pink) if straight
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yeh I find a moisturising one as it will weigh your hair down more, elvive is a good brand for straight hair but they do a lot of different types for different uses. hair is more time frizzy because its dry. if you wanna go the extra mile don't use products with any parabens, sulphates or mineral oils
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No its not afro hair its just heavily volumised which makes it puff out and seem really frizzy
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shea moisture? although it's more popular with afro-type hair. curly hair is curly, right?
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afro curly hair has a different structure to straight curly hair so products designed for afro hair might be too heavy and just make it greasy. shea moisture is also very expensive so if it doesn't work for you then thats money down the drain but theres no harm in trying
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shea moisture? although it's more popular with afro-type hair. curly hair is curly, right?
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Thank you so much!
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yeh I find a moisturising one as it will weigh your hair down more, elvive is a good brand for straight hair but they do a lot of different types for different uses. hair is more time frizzy because its dry. if you wanna go the extra mile don't use products with any parabens, sulphates or mineral oils
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shea moisture? although it's more popular with afro-type hair. curly hair is curly, right?
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