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i wear a curly/kinky afro and by the end of the day it starts to look alittle frizzy. someone mentioned that a leave-in conditioner would control the frizz alittle better. any one have any suggestions?

 
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I use Aussie 3 Minute Miracle conditioner in my hair, rinse out, then follow with Aussie Leave In Conditioner and that controls my frizz really well!

 
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I would say Jannet can help you with this situation. sorry i can't help


 
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Ya Janelle rocks when it comes to hair stuff (make up stuff too of course!).. Hopefully she'll have some suggestions for you monniej

 
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**taking a bow** LOL You guys are too much!


Well, as far as a leave-in conditioner, there are a few good ones....

Matrix Biolage Fortifying leave-in treatment

SAMY Salon Leave in Treatment

TIGI Bed Head Ego Boost or the Catwalk Fast Fixx

Nexxus Headress

If you want smoothing creams:

StraightSexyHair Power Straight

Herbal Essences Smoothing Cream

John Frieda Wind Down

Garnier Fructis Surf Hair Texturizing Putty

Matrix Curl.Life contouring Milk or Contouring Cream

There are others... but I like these best -


 
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Originally Posted by NYAngel98 **taking a bow** LOL You guys are too much!

Well, as far as a leave-in conditioner, there are a few good ones....

Matrix Biolage Fortifying leave-in treatment

SAMY Salon Leave in Treatment

TIGI Bed Head Ego Boost or the Catwalk Fast Fixx

Nexxus Headress

If you want smoothing creams:

StraightSexyHair Power Straight

Herbal Essences Smoothing Cream

John Frieda Wind Down

Garnier Fructis Surf Hair Texturizing Putty

Matrix Curl.Life contouring Milk or Contouring Cream

There are others... but I like these best -


Ojion.....wonderful stuff! You can buy it on QVC! I bought it for my Daughter...(who is a woman of color!) and she loves it!!! She relaxes her hair...(I did it when she was little)...and Ojion leaves it soft and not frizzy!

 
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Originally Posted by Pinkymarz Ojion.....wonderful stuff! You can buy it on QVC! I bought it for my Daughter...(who is a woman of color!) and she loves it!!! She relaxes her hair...(I did it when she was little)...and Ojion leaves it soft and not frizzy! Here it is! Ojon...item number A03788
 
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thank you so much ladies. i'm making my lists as we speak!

 
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I have used Infusium 23 on and off thru the years. It's good stuff and cheap. I wanna try the Ojon treatment soooo bad, sounds like it *might* be worth the pricetag!

 
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K-pax makes a foaming leave in conditioner that smells yummy almost like being at the beach. Works really good with curly hair to tame frizzies. I have naturally thick, curly, highlighted hair. It works great when I dont want to wash and to undo the creases and frizz the next morning when I wake up.

 
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Monnie - I'm in the process of letting my relaxer grow out and I've found that my hair really reacts to Pantenes Hydrating Curls as both a regular condition and a leave-in. When I do my wash n go, I'll apply a little bit to my hair right before I let it dry, and by the time it's done i have curls with no frizz (unless I keep messing with it).


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Originally Posted by monniej i wear a curly/kinky afro and by the end of the day it starts to look alittle frizzy. someone mentioned that a leave-in conditioner would control the frizz alittle better. any one have any suggestions?
 
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K pax and Integrity by Joico. Infusium is affordable and good.

 
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I just use pure coconut oil(not the kind for hair, the real stuff) or Hot Six Oil(my son loves this one cuz he says it smells like gummy bears)

 
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Janelle posted great hair stuff.

I hope you'll find the product you are looking for.

Originally Posted by envymi I just use pure coconut oil(not the kind for hair, the real stuff) or Hot Six Oil(my son loves this one cuz he says it smells like gummy bears) I remember, my granny used to put that stuff on my hair when I was a little girl, it made my hair so black, thick and shiny.
 
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I love oils for everything! I use Natural 7 Oil when my hair is really fried.

 
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do you ever have problems with skin breakouts because of the oil? i've tried a few and the always seem to affect my acne prone skin.

Originally Posted by envymi I just use pure coconut oil(not the kind for hair, the real stuff) or Hot Six Oil(my son loves this one cuz he says it smells like gummy bears)
 
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I'm 1/2 black and 1/2 Indian so I have that weird long kinky curly hair thing going on. The best conditioner I've found would definately be coconut oil, olive oil, and for my everyday use I use Paul Mitchell The Conditioner. My hair feels so soft and looks so much better when I use these products.

 
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do you experience any breakouts. i've tried so hair oils (not coconut or olive) and they left my skin in shambles. what is your skin type?

Originally Posted by blaquepooky I'm 1/2 black and 1/2 Indian so I have that weird long kinky curly hair thing going on. The best conditioner I've found would definately be coconut oil, olive oil, and for my everyday use I use Paul Mitchell The Conditioner. My hair feels so soft and looks so much better when I use these products.
 
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I don't think I broke out...and I am definetly acne-prone. Maybe it's because I keep the oil away from my scalp and hairline, and just concentrate it on the lengths. I think olive oil is ideal if you're prone to breakouts...


 

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