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    Default Any hairdressers on? Frizz factor!

    I have thick, curly/wavy hair that gets quite frizzy. What's a good hair serum to use, that won't just make it look greasy?

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    I'm going to say Moroccan oil but subbing to see what a hairdresser says

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    I'm not a hairdresser but I have the same hair (more curly than wavy though) and deal with huge frizz issues, and use Moroccan oil and it's amazing!

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    Loreal mythical oil, argan oil are quote good. Personally I am not a big fan of morocan oil at all. Also make sure you arent using to much as this will lead to oilyness.
    Also what method are you using it in e.g blow drying it in, putting in damp hair, applying to naturally dried hair etc

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    Subbing really hating my hair at the moment

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    I got mine from the chemist but you can get it from some hairdressers too, and I imagine you could get it from hair house warehouse too. I towel dry my hair then add a blob of the oil a bit smaller than a 5c coin, and my hair is quite long, down to the bottom of my shoulder blades. I rub it through the ends first then just a tiny bit through the roots. However my hair is dyed blonde so is probably more dry than normal hair why is why it doesn't get oily easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VanityFey View Post
    Loreal mythical oil, argan oil are quote good. Personally I am not a big fan of morocan oil at all. Also make sure you arent using to much as this will lead to oilyness.
    Also what method are you using it in e.g blow drying it in, putting in damp hair, applying to naturally dried hair etc



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    Looking for something to apply to damp or dry hair. I usually like to let my hair dry naturally. Love my curls/waves but not the frizz!


 

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