Do you guys have any recoommendation for a person with thine, oily straight hair. I am getting alot of split ends lately. SOmething to either make my hair look more healthier or even better if i can get some volume.
As a hair stylist i would recomend Paul mitchell super skinny serum, only if you have medium to course hair. if you like to keep the curls use paul mitchel's round trip, you can even combind them both, they run about $10 to $15. best wishes
current weight: 259.6
Fitness Minutes: (270) Posts: 62 3/5/11 11:19 A
There are a couple of things I know of that you could try. One is use Coconut Oil, once a week. This can be purchased at your local grocery store. The smaller container will be sufficiant as a little goes a long way. Once a week treat your hair to a coconut oil treatment. After washing, rub a very small amount of the coconut oil in your hands (about the size of a pea), no need to heat is as it will liquify in your hands as you rub. Then finger it through your hair. Leave on for the day, then wash it out the next morning. Another idea is to use Morracan Oil, this can be purchased at Sally Beauty Supply (if you don't have one near you, you can shop online). This is about $7.00. You can use this daily, after you blow dry, finger a very small amount through your hair, style as usual. These both help me alot. winders
Edited by: WINDERS61 at: 3/4/2011 (10:51)
current weight: 173.0
Fitness Minutes: (270) Posts: 62 3/2/11 2:15 P
My auburn hair has always been unruly so for the last few years despite my own preferences I have been cutting my hair shorter to try and manage it. I love having long spiral curls that my hair does naturally, but I hate the frizz and the crazy mess I get. I want to grow out my hair again, so I went to a beauty shop and asked them what I could do to manage it. They reccommended various expensive products and treatments. I'm a college student and at the end of the month I am lucky to have 10 dollars to my name. Is there anything I can do? Maybe there is an at-home remedy?
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