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HI... I have tried almost every brand at walmart for curly/frizzy hair. I'm not really like any of them at the moment but my favorite would probably be herbal essences. I used to love Garnier sleek and shine til they reformulated. Do ya'll have any good ideas for a shampoo, conditioner, and styling products that aren't super expensive? I think the only thing I haven't tried from walmart is Sauve Professionals... I was thinking about trying their Healthy Curls shampoo and conditioner but I hate the styling products for it. My hair is shoulder length, brown (if that matters) curly, frizzy, poofy, and way out of control. Any help would be appreciated.

 
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i'm pretty much a john frieda devotee! his products work great for me and i'm both curly and frizzy! lol~ i'm currently using:

secret weapon - shine and managability - $7

silicone gel - controls frizz - $5

(you can get both a cvs or riteaid) along with a moisturizer from dark and lovely.

i'm not big on shampoo these days, but for conditioner i use herbal essences rose hips and jojoba for dry, damaged hair, pantene prov for woc, and queen helene cholestrol conditioner once a week to deep condition.

 
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I have very thick, tight, curly hair, not too frizz prone if I moisturize it regularly, but always very full, VERY big hair! lol
My favorite drugstore finds are these:

Neutrogena Triple Moisture Smooth Shine Anti-Frizz Cream

Dove Curl & Sculpt Defining Mousse

Suave Professionals Freeze Hold Finishing Spray

John Frieda brilliant brunette Light Reflecting Moisturizing Conditioner

Pantene Pro-V Treatment Intensive Curl Hydrating Mask

 
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the only thing ive noticed that has helped any, is avdea's curly hair line.

its a little pricey, but worth the money.

plus it smells awsome.

 
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Originally Posted by Retro-Violet /img/forum/go_quote.gif the only thing ive noticed that has helped any, is avdea's curly hair line.its a little pricey, but worth the money.

plus it smells awsome.

I agree that this is a great line too. Their thicker styling agent in the line is like a balm in a squat navy blue sueeze bottle (but be careful, squeeze a little too much, and you've wasted it!) and is absolutely wonderful for unruly wild, thick curls, and I use it. However, it is pricey (18 dollars an item!) and definitely NOT in the drugstore range...
 
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Aveda is fantastic.! Trevor Sorbie has worked well for me as well.

 
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i wish i could curl my hair, but that would be impossible, it's really really straight

 
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products from frizoff.com are great, Justine uses these products especialy the curl keeper.

 
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