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glitter695
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SIGH!!

My hair gets kind of frizzy in humid weather. Mostly in the summer, not winter. Not like puffball kind of frizzy, but where my little ends kind of come out, you know what Im saying? Its really annoying.

So I was just wondering what I can do to calm those little friendly frazzed frizzys.

Dont think I havent used tons of products. I have used non frizz this and non frizz that, nothing seems to work. Does anything seem to work for you?

Is it frizzyness or frizziness? Is that even a word?

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[This message has been edited by glitter695 (edited 05-02-2001).]


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I use this product by Philosophy called "curly head" - basically a shine serum to smooth my hair. If you just want a style-and-go look and don't blow your hair out every day, try Kiehl's Creme with Silk Groom - it's amazing. It's a type of creme that's really a leave in conditioner that's incredibly well known for protecting your hair and smoothing it without feeling sticky. I live in Florida where it's super-humid and love this stuff.
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Shave it!

Works for me...

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My hair does that too. I just let it do it's thing. I'm too lazy to calm it down, I can't even stand blowdrying it for 10 minutes!

But, once I went to get my hair cut and the woman said to reduce frizz, when you do the final rinse, rinse it in cold water, not hot. Give it a try. Good luck with the frizziness!

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Shave it!!! OH WOW. I always complain to my mom when I have a bad hair day that "Im going to shave my damn head!" I would totally regret that thou.

Thanks guys/giriles. I'll try those products Starry Night!

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I really like Bumble + Bumble's grooming creme. It adds shine, and is just moisturizing enough without being greasy!

You can get this product at scarlettcos.com -


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I keep hearing about this stuff by John Frieda called Frizz-Ease. Supposedly it's really good at getting rid of that friz!
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Cut it and gel it!

That's what I did, couldn't be easier.

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