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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    Curly haired girls are hot.

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    Curly hair is sexy

    Big curly hair is even sexier

    Big curly brunette or black hair is the sexiest

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonJT View Post
    Curly hair is sexy

    Big curly hair is even sexier

    Big curly brunette or black hair is the sexiest
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    for realz.

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    With my curly hair...I just use Fantasia's Frizz Buster Serum after I wash. I wait til it dries off a bit and put about a dimes-size worth (sometimes more) of it into my palm and distribute through my hair. Then I use my hair diffuser to give it a nice soft and bouncy look.
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    i have wavy hair that's gotten curlier as I get older. When i let my hair dry naturally I use bumble and bumbles curl conscience cream and spray a little surf spray after. I blow the front out a little so i have a looser look and let the back dry on it's own.

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    Reviving this thread to ask a hair product question:

    I've heard that curly hair prefers product that's sulfate-free? Have you guys tried that? Any preferred shampoos/etc? I ask because I've heard sulfates dry out curly hair and I'm still fighting the frizz battle. (Especially now that I'm in a humid climate again... Ugh!)

    If it helps, my hair is type 3A, like Shakira's:

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    I use EDEN BodyWorks Coconut Shea Cleansing Cowash (who names these products?). It's good, not too expensive, and available at Sally's. Not sure if this would be too heavy for your hair--I've got 3C hair.

    I've heard good things about Aubrey Organics GPB Shampoo Lavender and Ylang-ylang but never used it myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Reviving this thread to ask a hair product question:

    I've heard that curly hair prefers product that's sulfate-free? Have you guys tried that? Any preferred shampoos/etc? I ask because I've heard sulfates dry out curly hair and I'm still fighting the frizz battle. (Especially now that I'm in a humid climate again... Ugh!)

    If it helps, my hair is type 3A, like Shakira's:

    I like sulfate free shampoo. Makes my coarse hair feel a lot softer. On the other hand, it also makes it look dull and oily and limp after a while. So I do a reset with regular shampoo and I'm good to go again.

    Honestly though, my hair stays frizzy no matter what I do to it so I've given up caring. A lot of people tell me I have nice hair regardless so whatev.

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    I have curly hair to love it but hard to maintain.Some stuff for unfrizzy Get a haircut,Quit using shampoo ,get a light conditioner that doesn't damage your hair....etc these are all the tips from Curly hair hand Book i Feel it is useful just try.

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