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Sunday, 29 August 2010
10:38:48 PM (GMT)
OK. I have super thick, super curly (I'm talking corkscrew!), super frizzy hair. I'm serious, it is the worst hair you could find when it's not tamed down. And I want to get a new haircut, just to have something different, so that it's not just 2 inches past the shoulder and straight all around. I want to keep it long, and I DO NOT want bangs. So, does anyone know any good hairstyles for super thick curly frizzy hair? I already know about layers and thinning. But I'm not sure if they're good or not. Also, if you know a way to tame SUPER FRIZZY CURLY HAIR, then tell me! I repeat: I HAVE VERY THICK, VERY VERY CURLY, VERY VERY VERY FRIZZY HAIR!!!
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‹∞ Directioner ∞› says:   29 August 2010   413267  
To tame your hair, never brush it unless its completely wet. Do not
brush it if its dry or damp. It will just make your hair frizzier and
you already don't want that.

Layers never worked for me and I have like the same hair has you. So I
wouldn't try it if I was you.

Other than that, I get mine done, by a girl who specializes in curly
hair. My hair has been more tamed than it has ever been before. I have
no idea what she does, but she does it well.
‹RushingStars★› says:   29 August 2010   137661  
Thanks. Yeah, I read about the brush thing, so I guess I should try

Maybe, next time, you could ask her? :D 
‹∞ Directioner ∞› says:   29 August 2010   211561  
Totally. Since I need a hair cut anyways. I should get my mom to make
that appointment actually. 
‹RushingStars★› says:   29 August 2010   632295  
Haha, nice. Thank you! 
‹∞ Directioner ∞› says:   30 August 2010   422657  
Oh, and another way to tame your curls is find a good shampoo. I have
been on a hunt for this since 6th grade. Finally, at the end of 6th
grade I found the perfect shampoo for me. 

Herbal Essences "Hello Hydration".

It works wonders for me. I buy it at Target, but I'm pretty sure you
can buy it at other stores, too.
‹RushingStars★› says:   30 August 2010   203852  
I read about that in an article today. I'll look for it soon!

OK, now it's my turn to give you a tip. (But after my hair drys, it
gets frizzy so you might not want to try it.......) After I get out of
the shower and towel dry my hair and brush it, I put some hair gel in
my hand and some conditioner. (NOT shampoo, and NOT
conditoner-and-shampoo-in-one.) Then I finger comb it through one side
of my part. Then I do the same thing for the other side of my hair,
and style it. Usually I pull back some of it. My hair will usually
look really good untill it completely drys, because then it gets too
big and frizzy.

WOW that was a long comment. XD 
harrypotterloverforever11 says:   30 August 2010   341887  
Well why dont you do it either layers or shorter in the front and
longer in the back or the other way around???
harrypotterloverforever11 says:   30 August 2010   148678  
Oh and the thing you put above my other one you dont finger comb your
hair it will get fizzier!!! :O
‹tealeaaf™› says:   30 August 2010   846092  

You will need to get frizz tamers.
I recommend using Garnier Fructis sleek and shine leave in.
You may need to use a heavy conditioners for your hair. 
‹RushingStars★› says:   30 August 2010   346993  
Really so how else will I put product in my hair??
Thank you! 
‹goodfornothing› says:   31 August 2010   884844  
when you go to the salon, ask your stylist for the best cut to
accentuate your hair texture, and what ways to manage its bad points,
the stylist would know much better than us.
‹RushingStars★› says:   1 September 2010   569585  
Yeah, I was thinking of that. Thanks! 
‹∞ Directioner ∞› says:   4 September 2010   438800  
Not always true. Most stylists cut hair like its straight. Straight
hair has to be cut differently than curly. 
‹goodfornothing› says:   7 September 2010   661673  
SO, repeat, ASK your stylist for the best cut to accentuate YOUR hair
if you just walk in and let them cut it then they'll probably cut it
however they want.
BUT, it's YOUR hair. YOU can ask them to cut it in a style that suits
its CURLINESS. YOU are the only one that gets to decide. however, THEY
know hair better than you do, because it's their JOB. 
‹∞ Directioner ∞› says:   8 September 2010   841678  
I've been down that road. They just nodded and was like we could do
this and then my hair turned up like crap. 

That's why you need to find someone who specializes in curly hair.
Trust me. I know my hair, because its been mine for fourteen years.

And I'm guessing you don't have curly hair or you would understand
what I'm saying. That also takes affect, because people with straight
hair doesn't realize how lucky and easy their hair is. 
‹goodfornothing› says :   8 September 2010   601047  
honey, honey, honey. my hair's such a mess i straightened it for
finally, i went to the salon and said "please cut it in a way that
enhances it's curliness so i don't have to spend so much time
struggling with it in the morning".
and now i have relatively okay curly hair.
so, yeah, i have curly hair, and trust me, i've known my hair for
sixteen years so i know a little bit about it. 


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