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I literally constantly straighten it every other day to tame my hair. Do you know any products to tame the frizz/flyaways because straightening it is damaging my hair? thanks. My hairs naturally curly/wavy but I don't leave it natural.
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John Freda is the only one that works on my hair
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Cantu 🥵🥵🥵🥵
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I use Pantene Pro-V hair strength serum, it makes your hair smell amazing and it doesn’t make it greasy, but still calms down frizz quite a bit. Also have you tried leave in conditioners? My hairs quite curly but I find that when I use them it’s a lot less frizzy
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(Original post by myraxo)
I use Pantene Pro-V hair strength serum, it makes your hair smell amazing and it doesn’t make it greasy, but still calms down frizz quite a bit. Also have you tried leave in conditioners? My hairs quite curly but I find that when I use them it’s a lot less frizzy
No but I might start doing that. I do use a loreal regular conditioner specific for long hair.
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My hair is wavy and frizzy and hella thick. I use the Aussie shampoo and deep treatment (the scentsational line for both) instead of the conditioner. I wrap my hair up in a cotton t-shirt when I come out of the shower and spray it with the Aussie conditioning spray before combing it out while it’s still wet. I then apply heat protectant by Trésemme if I’m gonna blow dry it. If not, once it’s almost completely dry, I use Lush’s R&B hair moisturiser. A lot of products there but it works for me.
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