How do I tame my wavey, curly hair without it looking weighed down?
I've tried gel, hairspray and leave-in conditioners. Help!
Why tame it? Go with it, and embrace it. I too have wavy and curly hair. I use to spend hours blow drying it. Now, I gently twist it into banana curls, let it dry and the finger comb it out. The "twisting" action tames mine enough so the curls look nice. My hair is very long, with no bangs. Most of the time I tie it up or back, so only the ends are showing. Have a great hair day!
Thanks clover. I meant to put in "frizzy", but didn't proof read before posting. I find that if I don't put in a hair product my hair gets frizzy and if I do it looks oily. I prefer my waves to the straight look.
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