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I need a heat protection product that will help curl not straighten...

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Fluffycloudland77 · 28/04/2012 16:32

I looked on boots and now my brain aches.

I like higher end stuff really.

So whats good? I do my hair like Kate Middleton now, I've been using irons since 2003.

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Fluffycloudland77 · 28/04/2012 19:48


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lucidlady · 28/04/2012 19:51

Have you thought about the Kerastase range? If I were you I'd go into a hairdresser and get product recommendations based on your hair type.

HexagonalQueenOfTheSummer · 28/04/2012 19:57

My hairdresser told me that the Frizzease sprays are good for defining curls

Fluffycloudland77 · 28/04/2012 20:13

My hairdresser only uses volumising stuff, no idea why.

I have kerastase shampoo etc now but didn't realise they did styling stuff too, I was using 3 day straight before but I haven't looked at the rest of the range much.

Ok, keep em coming.

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heroutdoors · 28/04/2012 21:11

.. You have hair like K.M.?
Envy Envy Envy

Fluffycloudland77 · 28/04/2012 21:49

It's not as long as hers yet because I had a bob 18 months ago and I've been growing it ever since. I go to a much better hair dresser now.

I had the right cut anway but I was using irons on it not curling it.

It won't look any good tomorrow so I'll have to wash and style, I haven't done it before so there will be a pmt fuelled strop.

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crazyaccountant · 28/04/2012 22:26

This is what you need
I use it whenever I am curling my hair with tongs/curling wand, spray on dry hair then curl, finish with kerastase hairspray or loreal infinium
Tried so many combinations of products and this always works!

Fluffycloudland77 · 29/04/2012 09:42

Thanks crazy, that looks like the products for me.

All the bendyness in the hair has gone this morning so I will be washing and trying to style it soon.

DH is wisely going out. He knows whats coming.

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EnjoyResponsibly · 29/04/2012 11:30
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