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Postby PurePurple » Thu Oct 11, 2007 5:17 pm

Hey all, I have naturally straight hair and I'm sick of it being straight!
A magazine suggested on working with your "natural curls" and using a serum when it's dry or a mousse on it when it's wet.
Just wondering what serum's or mousse i should get, because i can see my hair going frizzy :o!

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Postby Bel Bel » Fri Oct 12, 2007 11:00 am

John Frieda serums are great for frizz. Put on when stikll damp after washing

John Frieda Perfect Curls is good for creating curls
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Postby Weasley » Mon Oct 15, 2007 12:56 pm

I'm completely the opposite! I'd kill for naturally straight hair! Mine has a natural kink in it so it's not curly, just wierd! I guess you always want what you haven't got!
I use John Frieda Curl Activator when I want to enhance my kink and it does work well! Also if you want curls, when your hair is damp, spray the curl activator on and twist strands of your hair and clip to your head. Alternatively, you could use narrow rollers which also work well. For not so curly, spray the spray on when you hair is damp and keep scrunching it in your hands as you dry it! Use heat with it as that makes the curls better!
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Postby all_apologies » Mon Oct 15, 2007 9:46 pm

The serums won't help you much on their own (seeing as you don't have natural curls to enhance) so I think you'd probably be better styling it with heat rather than leaving it to dry naturally with a curl definer.
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Re: Hairstyles!

Postby retrochav » Mon Oct 22, 2007 11:56 pm

I would suggest putting your hair up and investing in a good wig - you can enjoy all the styles with none of the harsh chemical effects of perming or heating.

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