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Topic: Taming the winter hair frizzies.  (Read 579 times)
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cinnamon teal
« on: December 02, 2006 12:54:12 AM »

Hey everyone,

I know there are a lot of threads on this board about taming frizzy hair, but I recently moved to a place where it gets a bit chilly in the winters Tongue.  I have wavy/curly hair and I'm ok at taming the frizzies if I take a shower in the morning and then just let it air dry, but that's not really an option here.  I was wondering, how do you keep your hair in check while battling the cold, dry air of winter?  And can any of you recommend a good diffuser?

I have really long hair (almost to my butt) right now but I'm seriously considering chopping it short so I don't have to deal with it Tongue.
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ninosgirl
« Reply #1 on: December 03, 2006 03:50:11 PM »

my hair is not that long but past shoulder length. i use infusium23 when my hair is still wet. i also use a hair serum. that also helps. then i let my hair air dry till almost dry. after that just blow dry and style. i think your hair is just not use to the winter because summer is when my hair is at its worst. the more humid the day, the more often it just goes in a ponytail.
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