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Fine/Wavy/Comb hair- Hair styling suggestions
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Hello all :smileyhappy: I just recently grew my hair out from the lovely "A-line/wedge" cut that everyone has been sporting these last couple of years :smileyhappy: I loved the style, but decided to try and embrace my hair as it was, and grow it out long. I had envious of looking like a ginger Kardashian with lovely flowing locks.

 

Anyway, my pipe dream never came to light and instead I am stuck with lovely combo hair. 

My hair is mid-shoulder length, ginger/blonde in color.

I have very fine roots/hair that stays fine and flat (aka "greasy" after a few hours) at the roots, until it grows slightly long, turning into super waves/curls that are still somewhat fine, but more prone to frizzing (aka not pretty in Houston). 

 

The upside is I have "built in" beach hair, the done side is that I have no idea how to style it without using the blow dryeror looking like a rock star that just rolled out of bed.

 

Any advice is greatly appreciated! I'd love to hear what works for you to help maintain your natural texture but still beautiful!

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hi atru!

i also have curly/wavy hair and a horrible frizz halo o.O

To do my hair, I wash it with CHI infra shampoo and CHI infra moisture therapy which keeps my hair soft and hydrated and definately helps with the frizz!

After that, i spray my hair with a leave in conditioner (CHI curl preserve system), but if you have fine hair i wouldnt recommend this cuz it may look greasy.

Then i apply ouidad heat and humidity climate control gel and let my hair set for about 5 minutes.

Next I put TRESemme curl care flawless curls extra hold mousse and i braid my hair in a tight braid and let it set for as long as you'd like. I usually braid my hair while damp before i go to sleep and when i wake up in the morning, take out the braid, and WHALAAAA!!! perfect waves(:

If you are fine with the waves in your hair then you dont have to braid it but the braid definately gives the waves a little extra oomph!

Hope this helped you!(:

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