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    I have naturally curly hair (which used to be naturally straight when I was younger wtf?!) BUT it is extremely frizzy kind of like the picture in the link except it's black.

    http://images.google.co.uk/imgres?im...a%3DN%26um%3D1

    I don't mind it being nice curly or straight but I am not the sort of person to spend ages on hair. Straightening it takes too long.

    What should I do to make it nice and curly not frizzy?
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    The link doesn't show a pic of frizzy hair btw.

    There are loads of anti-frizz products you can use. I usually leave conditioner in for longer and comb it through, then wash it out which helps.
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    Condition your hair and leave it in for longer.

    You could wrap it in a towel whilst it has the conditioner in it and that way you could go and do something else while you wait. I believe ten minutes is the suggested time.

    Edit - Or what sigstuff said ^^
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    (Original post by sigstuff)
    The link doesn't show a pic of frizzy hair btw.

    There are loads of anti-frizz products you can use. I usually leave conditioner in for longer and comb it through, then wash it out which helps.
    That's odd...changed it now, it's a picture on TSR!
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    (Original post by ithinkitslametodance)
    Condition your hair and leave it in for longer.

    You could wrap it in a towel whilst it has the conditioner in it and that way you could go and do something else while you wait. I believe ten minutes is the suggested time.

    Edit - Or what sigstuff said ^^
    I leave both conditioners in for a few mintues...I've been using the shampoo, conditioner and intensive mask thing.
    http://www.pantene.co.uk/hairstyle/s...leek/index.php
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    get a frizz tamer mousse or a serum and comb through when it's damp or dry, depending on what works best for you
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    also should I use a hairdryer? because everytime I do it becomes worse so I just let it dry naturally
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    (Original post by aimz08)
    also should I use a hairdryer? because everytime I do it becomes worse so I just let it dry naturally
    I don't use a hairdryer, because like you said, it makes it worse, unless you put straightening balm or serum on it while it's wet then you could blow dry it. I know you said you don't want to spend a lot of time straightening your hair but it does smooth it out and take away the frizz.
 
 
 
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