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Frizzy hair-help!!!!

(12 Posts)
CrAzYmUmOf2 Tue 13-Mar-18 12:34:27

My daughter seems to have the worst hair ever, it is so frizzy and her scalp is so dry. She is 15 and I have tried John Freida, Aussie oil, tresseme and none seem to be helping.
She has curly hair and even when I straighten it the top just goes frizzy.

Any suggestions of what to use would be great.
Even shampoos but those for a dry scalp or any conditioners?

Thanks x

sportyfool Tue 13-Mar-18 12:36:55

Does she use styling products? Have you tried the curly girl method ? I have curly hair and if I straighten it I use a spray serum to smooth down the cuticles after wards .

Aridane Tue 13-Mar-18 12:39:33

Brazilian/ keratin low dry?

Aridane Tue 13-Mar-18 12:39:46

Blow dry even

Twilight456 Tue 13-Mar-18 12:42:33

Maria Nila is a great shampoo and conditioner range from sallys trade shop, there may be one near you or can order online soon. The one called true soft is lovely. If her scalp is dry could you use some scalp treatments on it? Sounds like her hair needs a lot more moisture.

CatherineMaitland Tue 13-Mar-18 14:36:08

Do you brush it?

Mercurial123 Tue 13-Mar-18 15:08:01

I hope you don't tell her that you think her hair is the worst hair ever...... Try sulphate free shampoo and coconut oil left on overnight to add moisture.

yummyeclair Tue 13-Mar-18 15:28:44

Try Asia's Moroccan hair oil after each wash. Also get her to drink 6 glasses of water a day !

CrAzYmUmOf2 Tue 13-Mar-18 15:29:41

Hi
Thanks for the replies.
No I don't tell her it's the worst ever.
I think a mixture of hormones don't do it justice. Her hair used to be beautiful till she hit puberty.
I try and brush it and I give it a good wash once a week. To try and stop the build up.
I will have a look at some of the things you have all said.
Thanks muchly

PragmaticWench Tue 13-Mar-18 16:14:56

I wouldn't brush curly hair at all, only if you're straightening it.

yummyeclair Tue 13-Mar-18 16:42:37

That was meant to say Asda's Morrocan hair oil as it is cheaper than most of others and still good quality.

CatherineMaitland Tue 13-Mar-18 17:38:37

Oh yes - I have very curly and frizzy hair and I never brush it - comb only when wet, brushing breaks the curl and creates more frizz.

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