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jojobe
frizz at crown when I blow dry...HELP

I need some help..

I have fine naturally wavy hair, that I usually let airdry and the frizz stays to the bottom which is easily managed for me, however, I do like to try to blow dry it somedays, but when I do it goes FRIZZ CRAZY at the crown and my hair looks AWFUL I then have to use a thermal spray and straightner and even then it's only manageable. I have tried all the anti frizz products from Living proof, which made my hair feel like straw ( literally) Ouidad....too heavy and the smell was horrible, Fekki which I won't even justify wit what that did, Phyto ....Alterna Bamboo gave me okay results till I blow dried, Wen, great again till I blow dried, but I really like how much thicker this makes my hair shaft, so It has to stay. I have tried blow out creams, oils and everything else I can pretty much think of and I am at my wits end. I was thinking maybe I could try a Keratin product, but they are so expensive and I thought they were for people with more coarse hair.

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babybear04
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Have you tried Moroccan oil or argan oil?  I use it and don't go one wash without it.  A pea-sized amount is all you need, and it doesn't weigh down your hair or make it oily.

champagneblonde
I tried it and it's wonderful! My hair was like straw from the salt-water and heat and I had it all cut off (really, really, short).
I looked in the mirror and nearly cried. My daughter suggested light moraoccan argan oil and my hair was transformed.
My hair looks perky, soft and shiny. Love it!
jojobe
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Yes I have tried straight and it was too heavy so I tried Organix light and it works pretty good too I don't like the rest of their shampoos/ conditioners though because they all have alcohol in them which dries out hair more. Why they continue to put this in our products, I will never know.
babybear04
Hmm okay, well maybe your hair is super damaged which is causing the frizz? Perhaps you can do some sort of hydrating/repairing mask? Also, find a shampoo/condition that is sulfate free so it won't strip your hair of natural oils!
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