Lisa says: "My long hair was a big part of my identity. Losing it has pushed me to take more risks."
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Very helpful, I too have very curly/frizzy hair - got so tired of being called Ike turner - I found a conditioning mouse to be very helpful - after washing my hair - I apply it when my hair is wet and allow it to dry before I touch it.
It worked out better for her than for me when I bought Frizz-Eeze at the drug store. It absolutely made my hair frizzy! Worse than before.
love the look and the advice i will take because i am dealing with some real fine fly away.
Try Avon's Advanced Technique Lotus Shield. It works really well for 1/3 of the price of the K brand. Also, blow drying, even a diffuser is still heat and that is damaging.
I agree also with the first comment. I have really long, curly hair and would NEVER cut it that short. As a matter of fact, I think shorter, curly hair tends to frizz more with the need for more products. Personally, longer layers (keeping them trimmed every 6-8wks) with a good moisturizing shampoo and conditioner and leave-in conditioner does the trick!
I have the same hair and hate to think I have to cut my hair off in order to have tame hair. With all the products out there claim to tame the frizz, why couldn't she just use some of them? Don't they work? This cut is good on her, but wouldn't work on everyone.
I agree with the first comment. There's a lot of upkeep for that look. I would have liked to see a more realistic approach for busy women with that kind of hair.
As someone with this type hair, I can tell you there is no way this lady was able to keep up this hairstyle . . . Show us a picture of her now - to prove me wrong!
I'd like more of this type of information
very interesting and helpful
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