anonymous asked in Beauty & StyleHair · 1 decade ago

What is the best product to tame big, wild, curly hair?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    If you want straight hair like you see on TV try using a ceramic plate hair straightener, I have the same kind of hair and each time I do it, I look like I have the perfect hair, just remember put it on the highest heat and do your hair in sections, and do every last strand, it will take about 45 min, but it's ok we girls already have a reputation for taking a while to get ready...lol

  • 1 decade ago

    Redken's Smooth Down line!! All of the products in the lone are made for out of control hair. Macadamia oil moisturizes, candellia wax tames and smooths the cuticle(its shampoo soluble so it does not build up) cationic refiners to provide long-lasting, humidity-resistant, frizz-free finish. There is a Shampoo, conditioner, Butter Treat- deep condition treatment that can be left in if needed, a detangling cream and a smoothing balm. go to www.redken.com and you can do a short quiz and it will recommend the products based on what your hair type is and the lifestyle you have and what you do to your hair print it out. Then go to the salon locator and find a salon in your area that you can get the products at.

    Source(s): Stylist!
  • Kat
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    Hands down, Kerastase Oleo-Relax serum. This is a very expensive product, but it is the best in the market. I get it from ebay and it is much cheaper there. You use this on your wet hair and some on your dry hair. You will not believe your hair. It would look gorgeous. As far as shampoos and conditioners, try those that are intended to make your hair straight. These take a lot of frizz out. That said, I recommend Garnier Fructis Sleek and Shine shampoo and conditioner. They do a better job than bigger brands.

  • 1 decade ago

    I really like a few products, and use each at different times, depending on what I want my hair to do. To straighten it (regardless of whether I'm going to blow-dry it) I like Aveda's "Hang Straight" Leave-in Cream; likewise, to keep it curly, I like Aveda's "Be Curly." Both of these products smooth the hair cuticle and leave body without much excess volume. I also really like Frederic Fekkai's line of smoothing products, available at Sephora and a few department stores. The "glossing creme" works regardless of how I'm going to style my hair, and doesn't leave it greasy. It's also a great detangler for when you've just washed your hair. All three of these products should be used in addition to your regular conditioner.

    An alternate (and less expensive) option, to be used in place of your regular conditioner, is Neutrogena's leave-in conditioner from its Repair line (orange bottles). Like Fekkai's creme, this conditioner works as a detangler, but also has UV shields and smoothing power that tames your hair without leaving it oily.

    I've had terrible luck with "Frizz-ease" and I don't recommend it to anyone, regardless of how dry or frizzy your hair might be. The "mirror-like shine" it advertises can be achieved by dousing your hair in olive oil :)

    Hope that helped; good luck!

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  • 1 decade ago

    A Gillette mach 3 razor.

  • 1 decade ago

    Aussie Sprunch Spray (and a diffuser)

  • 1 decade ago

    if your talking shampoo and conditioner Sunsilk really works they have different types for different types of hair

    Source(s): myself
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Nair.

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