What kind of hair productsdo you use?

LoveX LoveX
What kind of hair products do you use? And what kind of hair do you have (as far as strait, curly, wave etc)?

I have naturally VERY strait hair, but recently got a spiral perm, that is hanging in there a little. I had to get the perm done twice, the first one went completely strait, and this one is more strait than what I wanted it sadly. But anyways, what sort of product do you use on a daily basis in your hair?
05/03/2013
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KinkyKatieJames KinkyKatieJames
I'm pretty simple. Of course, I use shampoo and conditioner. I let the conditioner set in my hair for a bit to keep it hydrated.

I often style my hair more straight, but sometimes I let it go natural (curly). Lately my curls have been looking really great on their own, but sometimes I use a little bit of mousse if they are wild.
05/03/2013
SourAppleMartini SourAppleMartini
I also keep it simple. My hair is thick, wavy and extremely long. I wash it with mild sls free shampoo and use Matrix Moisture conditioner afterwards. It is the only conditioner that keeps me tangle free but does not cost a fortune. I only use a drier and straightener on special occasions because I don't want to damage my hair, so I don't need any extra hair treatment.
05/04/2013
kendra30752 kendra30752
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Originally posted by LoveX
What kind of hair products do you use? And what kind of hair do you have (as far as strait, curly, wave etc)?

I have naturally VERY strait hair, but recently got a spiral perm, that is hanging in there a little. I had to get the perm done ... More
Besides shampoo? Just a flat iron and some powder that changes the charge of hair -- to make it want to separate rather than stick together. Basically, it's just a super volumizing powder because my hair has seriously an un-real problem with being flat. I can tease the hell out of my hair, hairspray it and it will still fall flat & I could still run my finger through it! Even with the powder, which can actually make all of my hair stand straight up (from root to tip) in the air, still won't hold the crap off my scalp. It will, but I have to mess with it every 5 minutes!

Anyways, I have only recently started using the powder. Before, my only product was shampoo and conditioner of course, the occasional hair mask for healthier hair & very rarely a blow dryer. I have airy, poofy hair until it's flat ironed. It used to be super curly though.

Pretty much, the only thing I use is that powder sometimes. Besides the flat iron and shampoo/conditioner, of course.
05/04/2013
sunflower sunflower
Curly hair. A 3a on the Curly Hair Scale. I use Aussie Aussome Volume mousse every day. It truly is "aussome". Mousse is the best thing for curly hair. I also blowdry for volume and use some cheap hairspray, I'd have to go look at the brand.

My former roommate is black and had a lot of hair stuff. She gave me One 'N Only Argan Oil styling cream. I don't use it every day, but it is AWESOME. It seriously smells amazing. To the point where I would use it as lotion. And makes my hair amazingly soft and tames frizz. It's paraben free apparently but it does have artificial dye and I'm trying to remove that from my life. Literally buy this and smell it. It's great.
05/04/2013
chicmichiw chicmichiw
I have long, wavy hair. It tends to get dry and brittle. I like to use leave-in conditioners two days or so after my last wash on the tips, then leave it up for another day or two. I'm looking into hair oils, since I've heard super things about them!
05/04/2013
TJax TJax
My woman and I have almost the exact same kind of hair (except that now I keep mine short). Frizzy, wavy, and if left to its own accord... big. I don't use anything in it except shampoo and conditioner. She uses all sorts of different conditioners, hairspray, mouse, etc. She has to because she uses a hair dryer and it amplifies the frizziness.
05/04/2013
Mrs.Hellzapoppin Mrs.Hellzapoppin
I use what the salon I work in carries which is KMS, Moroccan oil, and Kevin Murphy products. I have short coarse wavy hair that always needs lots of moisture.

Is your hair not damaged from a dual perm? That's a big no-no in the salon.
05/04/2013
HoneyBear69 HoneyBear69
pantene for curly
05/04/2013
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