I have VERY thick, straight but frizzy hair. Having spent years straightening it smooth, having a baby who won't let me put her down, ever, has seen an end to that, so I need something quick and low-maintainance...
I used to just scrunch it when wet and it would dry naturally into quite nice curls. But I clearly don't rember quite how as tried it this morning (using frizz-ease serum) and definitely not worked - it's one massive thick blob of frizz.
So what else should I try? Mousse? Any recommendations much appreciated - I've had enough of just scraping it back into frizzy ponytail everyday now.
Oooh, thank you, thank you ladies! Umberto Gianni rings a bell from when I used to do this - pink tub? Will def try the boots stuff as well, and yes I brushed it within an inch of its life when wet... Shall avoid that tomorrow and see how it goes... Maybe we'll be getting somewhere by the weekend... Eeek! x
I use the Umberto Gianni shampoo and conditioner for curly hair and its great. As for product I use Paul Mitchell round trip best thing ever as is weighless on my fine hair. A little goes a long way so works out quite cheap in the end!
i mix them between the palms of my hands before scrunching. too much crunch means i've used too much of the umberto gianini stuff, too greasy means i've used too much boots curl creme, just right gives shiny curls that hold their shape.
Reporting back: IT WORKS!!! My hair is curly once more, you wise, wise women were right! Only thing is now I need one of you to come over and do some portion control for me - I'm consistently getting crunch. Every time I think to myself 'now remember last time, you used too much...' yet just don't seem to be able to hold back; the fear of too little (and the BIG hair it will leave) overpowers!
That Boots pink curl cream is great, and also insanely cheap. My current favourite combo is a smallish application of the pink cream, then Frizz-Ease mousse (I find the trick with this is not to use too much, and also not to blow dry after applying).
I have the same hair and will be trying this thanks for the thread I also buy a very cheap coconut oil spray from boots and squirt a bit on my finished hair and it makes it all shiny with a tiny bit, but not fixed iykwim.