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Recommend for curly, wavy hair...

Posted by barnmom (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 7, 09 at 9:50

My daughter has abundant but fine curly hair. Blond. We try different hair products all the time with moderate success. Expensive, inexpensive, makes no difference. A while back I bought John Freida Curl Around™ Style-Starting Daily Shampoo and companion conditioner at Target. Not expensive. She loves the stuff. Even I can see the difference in her hair. It really looks great, soft, curly not frizzy, full and shiny.

Thought I'd pass it on. We hope they never stop making it!


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Eileen, How beautiful-- the hair too.

I finally product by Suave specifically for curls only to have it discontinued.


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I just tried it and it didn"t work for me (although my hair is coarse, not fine). My favorite conditioner is still Pantene, which I also use to shave my legs. It's very emollient and leaves my skin soft.


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Beautiful hair! We are a family of curls too. We love Neutrogena Triple moisture for our curly hair, but I will try this for my 9 year old! Thanks for the rec!


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She also uses Silk Drops.


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I'll add that to the list. I have the same curl pattern as your daughter, but I am a tad blonder. My daughter 9 year old is a little bit looser curl but very blonde, almost white! :) Beautiful daughter btw. :)


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She has my hair! Only mine was that long about 10 years ago! she looks beautiful. I love silk drops and Frederic Fekkai Luscious curls products, I live in a high humidity area and could not live without them.


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Wow, what a gorgeous daughter & head of hair!

Is she a member of naturallycurly.com? If so, I wonder if she's shared her tips & put her picture on their CurlPix page. :-?


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Have you all read the book Curly Girl? I have coarse, wavy hair that tends to be frizzy as heck. The book had tips on getting hair to curl rather than wave that worked really well. I also like the Deva line of products, though they're a ridiculous price. They don't build up in the hair.


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