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#1 drom

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Posted 07 December 2004 - 08:01 PM

Hi Girls,

We are getting married overseas in October 2005 and it will be extremely humid over there at this time of year (around the 90% mark).

Can anyone recommend some seriously good hair products that will stop my hair from frizzing out my head on my wedding day?

I have shoulder length naturally curly hair and would love to wear it straight but am wondering if I am fighting a loosing battle and should go with the curls etc.

Any recommendations for curling or straightening products?

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Posted 08 December 2004 - 11:42 AM

Frizz E@se serum is good ( so i've heard) or any other heat activated straightener.
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Posted 08 December 2004 - 12:15 PM

I use Andrew Collinge products. His No Kinks Hair Straightener is a good start. And I have some of his hair straightener stuf a for after drying

If you get your hair dresser to use a ceramic hair straightener you should be right -they are fantastic!
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Posted 08 December 2004 - 03:44 PM

I use Fl@t out and it works really well.
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Posted 08 December 2004 - 08:05 PM

OMG I can SOOOOO feel your pain!!!!!!

I live in the tropics and have naturally curly hair and fighting frizz is my life!!!

The absolute best stuff I've ever used is the Frizz-E@se serum, I think it's by John Fr!eda or something similar. The whole range is awesome but alas expensive so I only use it for special occasions.

For everyday I actually use Oil of Ol@y 15+ moisturiser. I swear by it for keeping your curls defined and not frizzy, I just rub some in my hands and then through my hair, it's pretty long so I usually use about two handfulls sometimes three if my hair has been really frizzy.

Absolutely go for the Frizz E@se, the serum comes in two or three different strengths now (it used to only come in one).

Fighting frizz forever!

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Posted 09 December 2004 - 05:44 PM

Thanks Girls!

It looks like Frizz E it is!!! I'll pick some up next week and try it out.

Shaz.... How I feel for you, living in the tropics and having to fight the frizz every day! Seems like Melbourne does have its good points (no humidity!).

The last time we went overseas to where we are getting married and I washed my hair and tried to straighten it. Well after 1 hour under the hair dryer it ended up sticking out like a pyramid! Spent another 30 mins with the hair straightener and handfuls of product. Then another go over with the hair dryer and a final touch up with the straightening iron. All in all about 2.5 hours! Lasted 30 minutes after I went outside..........


What I would do for straight hair!

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Posted 09 December 2004 - 07:43 PM

I have two suggestions for you- Frizz Ease (not just the serum but the actual shampoo as well- wonderful!!)

And a product called Revitafoam. It is made by Mayo International and Jon Le Court stores sell it.

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Posted 10 December 2004 - 03:28 AM

I'll be making sure I get some of that stuff then!!!

Just thought I'd share a 'lovely' frizzy hair moment with you all.....if you click on this link you'll see what I mean PLUS you'll also see my big barra!! wink.gif Just showing off now!

Meet the frizz!

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Posted 10 December 2004 - 07:49 AM

Or, and just playing devil's advocate here, you could go with some gorgeous, loose romantic curls. That would look so pretty. Also, the last thing you want to faff about with is your hair. Especially if you're going away so you might not get to have that many trials with your hairdresser, or you have to do it yourself.

I use KMS Daily Fixx Therapy Reconstructor. I use it as a conditioner in the shower, plus as a styling product. I take most of the moisture out of my hair with a microfibre towel (Manic*re do them), then put some in (sometimes I dilute it with some KMS Daily Fixx spray leave-in conditioner). I then get sections of my hair and twist them so they form gorgeous curls. Then I apply a little bit of KMS Curl Up control creme (rub it in your hands, warm it up and put it through the individual curls - you can also put some in at the beginning). You can dry your hair with a diffuser (don't touch the hair - just hold the diffuser-hair dryer over your head). When it's dry, I swear by some John Frieda Secret Weapon flawless finishing creme. He also makes a gorgeous one for blondes and brunettes with a hint of colour.
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Posted 18 December 2004 - 12:13 AM

QUOTE (Puggle @ Dec 10 2004, 07:19 AM)
When it's dry, I swear by some John Frieda Secret Weapon flawless finishing creme.

Oh yeah! I forgot about that stuff, it's great if you've been out all day and you need to de-frizz but haven't got time to jump in the shower and do it all over again!

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Posted 06 January 2005 - 11:22 AM

Nice Fish!


I have very curly/ frizzy hair. I find putting a big dollop of regular conditioner in my hair after towel drying works really well to control my frizz. Of course I still need to add all the other anti frizz stuff in too, but it adds heaps of "moisture" to my hair. I find my curls a nicer for putting it in.
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Posted 06 January 2005 - 01:59 PM

Just wanted to add that I like to use the Frizz Ease serum everyday (my hair is not only curly and frizzy, but also - joy - thin!) but was finding it a bit expensive, but I recently found a great alternative brand that does one, "Bumble & Bumble"

It costs $40 compared to F.E.'s $30, but has double the amount. Also it comes with a much easier top - that eye-dropper thing is annoying!!

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