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I have naturally curly hair and it can get pretty darn frizzy on hot days, my hairstylist recommended I buy this product. Is it good???

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ok i might be a bit biased now since my bro was COO (europe) but i am not when it comes to FRIZZEASE :

it really is meant for frizzy hair and releases the frizz you got once you apply it (after washing hair while its still wet).
my mum has got the entire range and her hair is like a poodle normally
but beware of humidity. thats the one time where nothing would help FRIZZ.

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my hair is moody and is sometimes product-resistant, but frizz ease is, by all its virtue, an okay product.

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I use the Frizz Ease Secret Weapon and it seems to work well...the only downfall is that I live in a humid place so I can only control the frizz so much!I've also tried the Frizz Ease Hair Serum but found that it did nothing for my hair except make it look greasy!

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Originally posted by pinkcouture@Dec 1st, 2003 - 5:47 pm
I've also tried the Frizz Ease Hair Serum but found that it did nothing for my hair except make it look greasy!
I had the same problem when I had longer hair. It seemed no matter what amount I put on, I didn't get the results I wanted

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OH NO! I just bought the Frizz Ease Hair Serum! Arghghhghhg
I hope by some miracle it works on me.....

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Originally posted by juniperbug@Dec 2nd, 2003 - 2:00 pm
OH NO! I just bought the Frizz Ease Hair Serum! Arghghhghhg
I hope by some miracle it works on me.....
the trick is to apply little and ONLY on wet hair. not on the roots

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I used this stuff when I lived in Texas and I found it worked a lot better than it does in Montreal. (Totally different climates...its too humid in Montreal)

What you have to do is apply a dime size amount to your palms and rub it into your damp hair, starting from the tip of your hair and working up to your roots. If you start from the top, you just end up looking like a grease ball.

I just started using L'oreals ANTI FRIZZ and it works wonders for my head. I hate frizzy hair!

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Oh phew, thanks I will try that. *fingers crossed*

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I have thick wavy hair and I swear by Frizz Ease but the blue bottle extra strength.
It is amazing. I apply it when hair is wet then I blow dry or leave my hair wavy. I get tons of compliments. Try the extra strength

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I have naturally curly hair, i tried that stuff it didnt work i use some other spray stuff now that works really well

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Frizzease is FANTASTIC for natural curly hair. I would recommend it any day. Use it after washing your hair. I tend to use it when im blow drying my hair bone straight. Hair feels like silk!


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it doesnt work for me..... well it doesnt beat keihls creme with silk groom now THAT beats frizz rder: for me at least you may want to consider that product as well

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Originally posted by StellaStarr@Dec 6th, 2003 - 11:30 pm
I have naturally curly hair, i tried that stuff it didnt work i use some other spray stuff now that works really well
thanks for all the suggestions, I find that when I go to sleep with a leave in conditioner and my hair slightly damp, then the next day my curls are perfect and hair is not frizzy.
But when I blow dry it or wash it and leave it to dry normally, then it somehow gets frizzy?
Crazy. Is anyone else's hair like that?
I tried the frizzease and it doesn't seem to work for me
Anyway what is this spray product you use?

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Its by REDKEN its called fresh curls in a blue spray bottle works pretty well for me....i should try that with the leave in conditionar

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