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05-25-2019 11:07 AM - edited 05-25-2019 11:08 AM
@JeanLouiseFinch @Witchy Woman I found a video of them using it on curly hair.... both with a diffuser and air drying. They have other products as well. Very tempting. I'll probably wait a bit, though. I'm making a move from a humid climate to a dry one. I'm going to wait until I get there to try to figure out what skin and hair products will work. But this line of products is now on my radar. Thank you!
05-25-2019 11:11 AM
What's the natural texture of your hair? Is it very curly? Wavy? That's where you begin, you choose products that work with your hair type. You find a good hairstylist, one who understands how to assess and care for hair and can recommend the appropriate products.
05-25-2019 11:15 AM
Another vote for Color Wow Dreamcoat. Use it just like @JeanLouiseFinch said. I have curly/wavy hair and where before I would either have to curl it or flat iron it depending on the look I want; I can now blow it dry with a brush and leave it as is if I feel like it, which I could never do before. Told my SIL who has very curly hair about it and she likes it too. I don't have to saturate. I just use it on sections like the instructions say.
05-25-2019 12:07 PM
I have tried almost every product suggested here. Nothing worked for me. I get a keratin straightening which lasts about 4 months. It is expensive (where I go), but in the end I probably save money because I stopped trying all these products. All I do is wash my hair with a sulfate free and sodium chloride free shampoo and I am done. My hair is very shiny and very manageable.
05-26-2019 07:43 AM
Have you noticed any damage from the Keratin treatment?
I've had my hair smoothed for several years, and I don't see any damage. However, I thought I'd give it a break for the summer, but I find myself longing for that easy care I got with the smoothing treatment!
I've giving the Color Wow product a go and hoping it works enough to keep the frizz at bay.
05-26-2019 07:47 AM
My hair is fine, mostly straight, and somewhat fragile. I never had frizz or even a bit of wave until after menopause. I don't blow dry unless I'm going somewhere soon after washing. But I do touch up the bottom 2 inches with a flat iron if needed - I keep the temperature very low.
I had a 20% off coupon at Ulta so bought Redken Naturals Soft shampoo. I've been using the Frizz Dismiss conditioner and the new version of Redken Frizz Dismiss that has a mild conditioner, frizz protection, and heat protection. I also use a heavy duty conditioner I use once a week.
I'll try the Living Proof, as suggested, as soon as I use up the Redken, which will be soon.
05-26-2019 09:19 AM
@Witchy Woman - I have gotten Keratin treatments for years during the summer months and never had a problem with breakage or anything else.
My hair is quite long now and the treatments are $$ where I go, so I have let my hair dry natural - wavy, curls and all, lol.
05-26-2019 01:08 PM
@Witchy WomanI have been doing the keratin straightening for many years. I only do it once a year. My hair is extremely shiny and easy to care for for about 4 months. No change in my hair, no damage. I tried the WOW the second it came out. I thought it would be the answer to my problems. It did nothing, except take out some body in my hair.
05-26-2019 06:14 PM
Shea Moisture coconut and hibiscus moisture spray.
I’ve tried everything and this works the best. Spray on wet hair and let curls dry naturally. I
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