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Help me with the FRIZZ!!!

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berri Sat 06-Aug-11 19:58:30

Am in USA at the moment and there is very high humidity - my hair is going mental and it looks like I have a halo of frizz the entire time.

BTW have been using Moroccan Oil for about 2 months but haven't found it makes much of a difference to my hair so might just stop....

Please recommend any hair products you've found make a difference!!

Naetha Mon 08-Aug-11 14:45:34

I really struggle with high humidity frizz, but I get my hair permanently straightened 2-3 times a year.

I use a product called Glatt by Schwarzkopf which basically "perms" it straight. It's never poker straight by any means, but it takes a lot of the kink out of it, and makes it wavy rather than frizzy. I've also found my hair condition has improved massively since I started having this done - I have long hair for the first time in my life because it doesn't break all the time.

Shanghaidiva Fri 12-Aug-11 09:26:11

I feel your help pain. I live in Asia and do not have the correct hair to live here. Am sat at the computer sporting a rather natty 1970's afro!! Anti frizz shampoo and smoothing gloop (probably just grease in a bottle) help somewhat, but can still give exact details of the humidity we are experiencing by looking at the state of my hair!

Maiavan Fri 12-Aug-11 09:30:24

There is that new thing called Brazillian Blow Dry. I had it done yesterday so cant wash my hair till tomorrow (it has to be left on for 2 days). It apparently last for 4-6 months. I will let you know tomorrow if the frizz is gone smile

laptopwieldingharpy Sat 13-Aug-11 02:28:08

Am 10 weeks into my brazillian blow out and have to say am so happy with this.
You have to blow dry your hair for best results though. If i let it dry naturally it goes limp ( but frizz free anyway)
Just a quick 2 minutes no brushing or styling necessary. It just seems that a quick blast of heat thickens and hair shaft.
I used to rebond in singapore, but got tired of the super straight look. The brazillian definitely keeps the volume on but takes the frizz away.

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