(Closed) Hair-pro bees. I need your help!

posted 7 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
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659 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

use s factor smoothing lusterizer to tame the friz and any tigi hair wax for the ones that stand up!!! there’s 2 kinds… one that is shiny… and another that is matte. either works to your preference. the dry wax can give your hair a textured look without looking greasy.

Post # 4
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659 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

i am obsessed with s factor. it smells so good n works so well. the only down is the price… but little goes a long way.

Post # 5
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963 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2011

I have the same type of hair and don’t ever let them near you with those thinning shears again.  I swear I don’t understand those things.  I’ve had my stylist start in on my with those things (after 3 years of going to her) and I almost wacked her away with my shoe! 

Get something that will add a bit of weight to your hair.  The hair wax might be too much for your fine hair.  I use silk therapy but there are other “shine serums” that will work.  I’d also use a light gel.  I like curl junkie products.

Post # 6
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305 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2010 - Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort, St. Thomas

If she used the thinning shears close to your scalp (which you are NEVER supposed to do to longer hair) then, yes, that could have absolutely caused the flyaways. And since the cut was done 9 months before you noticed 3in flyaways, then I’m guessing that’s what happened, in which case I’m SO sorry she did that to your hair!!

I would try using gel on wet hair and hairspray on dry hair as needed until the flyaways grow out long enough to lay down on their own.

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