Aug 21, 2012
Aug 24, 2012
Hairspray maybe? But if you're sweating it up you're gonna get frizzy hair & fly aways no matter what.
Aug 28, 2012
Your hair is beautiful. Regardless of what you put in your hair its gonna frizz and if you're sweating do you really want a bunch of hair products making its way down to your face thus leading to break-outs? Girl, just have fun and don't worry about a little frizzy hair. When I go dancing, which is super rare, I leave outta there looking like Chaka Khan on a bad hair day. At the club the last thing I want to be doing is primping in the mirror worried about my hair. HAVE FUN!!! :)
Try Rock Your Hair.
I'd say some type of oil in the ends, macadamia is my favourite! To keep it moisturized.. Since hair frizzed from loss of moisture.. & a humidity proof hairspray, I think John Frieda has an entire line?
Aug 30, 2012
thanks! ill try the John Frieda hairspray =)
Aug 31, 2012
Definitely try the Ouidad line it's all about curls and have products for protecting against humidity
Sep 03, 2012
U can't really do anything with humidity. There are many good products but they won't help much. Just try to do such hairstyle where humidity doesn't matter.
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