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Hi guys :)

I'm on the look out for some new products to try on my wild mane of hair haha. 

I have shoulder length, curly hair that tends to frizz up as soon as I've jumped out of the shower! :( In the past, I've been a big fan of the John Freida products, but I feel as if my hair is becoming used to it now. 

A recurring recommendation appears to be these Shu Uemura Products from Paul Edmonds' online store -  was wondering if anyone had any experience with them though? 

Any tips welcome! Thanks in advance :) 

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Them i never tried. A friend of mine  was using GREYMY balm. Me, I use other their products cause I have straight hair...other problem))) But friend of mine told me that she really liked their balm. It is in violet pack, smoothing balm called i guess

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I recommend using a hydrating shampoo and conditioner. I personally have started using Living Proof Restore shampoo and conditioner and really love it. I helps hydrate my hair without leaving it with that oily feel. This helps the frizz factor. I also use Captain Blankenship Mermaid Sea Salt Spray to smooth out my hair and prevent frizz. 

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