Good leave in or product to prevent frizziness?

Good leave in or product to prevent frizziness?

Postby nellababii » Sun Jan 23, 2011 11:09 pm

Good leave in or product to prevent frizziness?
I have some hair that is allegedly indian remy but it's my first purchase so I can't really vouch for the quality, I like the way it dries wavy when I wash it but it doesn't dry smoothly, it dries with parts of it kind of unkempt with the rest and I guess "frizzy". Is there some kind of product I can put in it while it's wet so that it will air dry smoothly and in place?
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Re: Good leave in or product to prevent frizziness?

Postby Kiwi2g2 » Sun Jan 23, 2011 11:10 pm

Paul Mitchell serum, Frizzease serum in the purple bottle, or Sabino Moisture Block. The best thing is that when drying, don't touch it. Touching it makes it frizzy and poofy.
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Re: Good leave in or product to prevent frizziness?

Postby Luvmyson2008 » Sun Jan 23, 2011 11:11 pm

My hair always ends up being frizzy because I end up touching it too lol but what works for me is Sabino, I love that stuff
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Re: Good leave in or product to prevent frizziness?

Postby Kenudle » Sun Jan 23, 2011 11:12 pm

Dove Replenishing Mist
Infusium 23 mixed with water 50/50 or 40/60, be careful with Infusium leave in, although it works great, it will stain light colored clothes.
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Re: Good leave in or product to prevent frizziness?

Postby StylistAdvocate » Sun Jan 23, 2011 11:13 pm

I have found a new love for taming my frizz on my virgin hair. I use silk elements megasilk leave in moisturizing creme and I also use a dominican leave in conditioner called Lacio Lacio. I use Lacio Lacio on my real hair its lightweight and leaves your hair silky,extremely soft with no frizz.
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