Post # 1
my hair is super thick and frizzy/ curly. I’ve tried soooo many shampoos and conditioners to try to tame the beast but none have really done the job, except one my hairdresser used that was sulfate free and very expensive. Basically i have to find an inexpensive sulfate free shampoo and conditioner to tame the fro and hopefully stop shedding so much. Anyone have any suggestions?
Post # 2
Devacurl is one of the lines I use and it works well.
Post # 3
I’ve recently switched to suave professional keratin infusion…changed my hair for the better. No more frizz, no more knots…nice and silky smooth – FOR DAYS. Costs about $3 at cvs, but they often run a bogo or 2/ $5…something like that.
Post # 4
You need more moisture. It’s frizzy because it’s dry.
Have you tried mixed chicks? It works well on my hair. Deva curl was a nightmare on my hair so I can’t recommend it. It changed my hair color and took the curl out of my hair then my scalp started burning. Their no poo doesn’t clean my hair.
also try a deep conditioning. I mix Shea butter, coconut oil, honey, olive oil, bassu oil, and some conditioner and heat it up to combine and let it cool. Then I smear it all over my hair, wrap my head in cling wrap and let it sit for a few hours. Then wash and condition. I do this about once a month.
Post # 5
I posted this in another thread – I have very thick, coarse, naturally curly hair, so this works great for me…for someone with more “normal” hair, it may make their hair greasy…
I take a tablespoon or two of unrefined coconut oil and work it through my hair…put a plastic shower cap over it and either wrap it in a towel to trap heat in, or apply heat with a hairdryer…
rinse it out, shampoo 2-3 times, condition, rinse and style as usual
Post # 6
I have super frizzy thick hair and love love Pureology. It tames and makes my hair soo much better
Post # 7
- Wedding: September 2014 - Merritt Winery
Curly girl here! Cantu and Shea Moisture products are pretty reasonable. Both brands can be found in Walmart or drug stores. Loreal sulfate free line isn’t bad either. Do you use a brush on your hair? If you do, stop! Also, do not touch your hair while it’s in the drying process. Put your products in then do not touch until it’s 100% dry.
Post # 8
I use Redken Curvaceous, which my stylist also uses. Is that the one you find too expensive? I buy it in the 1 litre size when they’re having a sale and it’s not too bad. I don’t need much per shampooing, so it lasts me like, six months.
Post # 9
Co-wash with Trader Joes tea tree conditioner. Sulphate free for $2.99 per bottle. Then a leave in conditioner.
Post # 10
I used to use organix brand from the drugstore. I found myself using the conditionar more frequently than the shampoo. I made the switch to just organic bar soap and my hair has never been better. All the shampoos and conditioners used to make my scalp scab and flake because I was senestive to something in their formulas. All the stuff is basically bad for your hair because it’s all detergents. It’s literally like using laundry detergent unfortunatly. Good luck finding something that works for you!
Post # 11
Darling Husband has the same sort of hair and it’s all about adding moisture! He uses nourishing shampoos, conditions and sometimes uses a mask and then puts jojoba oil through his hair. It’s so shiny and soft now! There’s barely any frizz going on either.