Jul 04, 2012
Paul Mitchell Round Trip is great for trying to define soft curly hair. If you wanna try making your already existing beachy waves more piecy try using Sea Salt spray. Its a bit drying, but it gives a gorgeous effect to the hair
Jun 27, 2012
I picked up the garnier fructis curl cream, and its amazing! Thanks again for the suggestions!! (:
walmart also has something called beach babe? I think theres a salt spray just for wavey hair to get those beachy curls without frizing
Yes I agree the fructis style wave curl moose works great for my hair, and my hair is pretty curly. And the anti frizz serum from fructis is great as well but it kinda flattens my hair out and i like volume. But the garnier fructis line pretty much any of the gels and puttys work great for curly hair. I like using the shampoo & conditioner as well. :)
I really really like Miss Jessie's curly pudding. I bought it on a hunch after I was looking for something like the best product I've ever used in my hair which I bought in the Czech Republic. The curly pudding has a nice consistency, less thick and sticky than gel. It works really great on wet hair and keeps curls intact. I love that I end up with less fly aways when I use it. The only problem is the price-it's really expensive in my opinion, but still a great product.
Btw, you can get them both at walmart!
I have hair EXACTLY like yours, Ive found that fructis style curl construct mousse makes my hair less poofy if it put it in right after i get out the shower. Ive also tried john frieda
friz-ease (dosnt really matter which one, but i prefer the cream and spray) works really well!(: Hope this helped!
Jun 26, 2012
Hi guys, I need some new products for my curly hair. It's not super curly, more a beachy curly if that makes sense. I just want some products that can define them and make my hair less poofy and frizzy! Oh and stuff i can find at the drugstore (: Thanks !
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