(Closed) Hair products you must have?

posted 7 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

My hair is so fine it won’t hold curl hardly at all.  The stylist who did my wedding hair uses (and gave me a sample of) Goldwell Wild Sprayer.  It’s a hair spray for “wild” styles, so it holds really well.  It’s a 5 on their scale of 1 to 5 for hold.  But the nice thing is it’s light and not super stiff.  It has worked well for me, but I know it’s a little pricier than what you’d get in the stores (I think you have to find a specialty store like Ulta, or in salons).

Post # 4
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Worker bee

My hair can be frustrating like that, too. I like No Frizz by Living Proof. It’s kind of expensive, but the more you use it it actually starts working better and better by coating your hair and taming it. It was developed by MIT scientists a year or two ago. They have formulas that help manage curly hair, straight hair, thick hair, fine hair… you name it, they have it. You can get it at Sephora. Make sure you watch the videos on the Living Proof website so you’re using it to its maximum potential!

My favorite hairspray is L’Oreal Elnett. It has a powdery, old fashioned sort of scent. It’s not sticky, has fantastic hold, brushes out easily (if you want it to), and is available nearly everywhere from the grocery story to Target! 

 

Post # 5
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Helper bee

I used Paul Mitchell Freeze n Shine to keep my hair curly and I use a Redken straigtening balm when I want it straight.

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