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#11 YoursTruly

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    Posted 03 November 2008 - 03:41 PM

    I am sorry. I misspelled the name...It is CURATIV Ego, and the french line is Alter Ego Hair products. Salerm is correctly spelled. Best of Luck.

    #12 roo66

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      Posted 03 November 2008 - 05:03 PM

      I need to buy good products for my hair i have it coloured and highlighted every six weeks(base)and then the next six weeks the highlites my hair is very grey so i have to keep it up.I have found in the past fructus to be not very good at all.I like to use john frieda although i am using the tresseme for blond as it was cheaper and im happy with it.I dont use a brush when im drying it i blast it with the hair drier and then use paste etc to define.I quite often wash it in the shower in the evening and leave the conditioner on it i leave it to dry whilst im sleeping and shower in the morning and wash it out and style.my diet isnt that good i dont drink enough water or eat that well im over weight by a good bit but i do have good hair shame about the face and body lolx

      #13 Virg

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        Posted 03 November 2008 - 08:58 PM

        I used to have HORRIBLE hair, but I found great products, got a great cut, and found a few tricks.

        1) ONLY wash your hair when the roots get oily, for curly hair, that is around 2 times a week, MAX. When my hair gets oily, I put it in a ponytail and tough it out for one more day.

        2) Invest is a good leave-in conditioner. KPAX by Joyco is FABULOUS!

        3) Avoid highlights, if you must color, go to your stylist, get an even colour and ask for for a toner boost if you want more dimension.

        4) avoid any hair products with alcohol. If you use moose, check, most have it. Switch to pomades or creams. I use biosilk (a CHI product) which is like an oil for your hair, only use a dollop when your hair is wet, focus on ends.

        5) cod liver oil is good, Salmon oil is better (according to my stylist), you can buy either in pill form, start with taking 6 a day, 2 per meal, before the meal...lol... or you might burp and taste fish

        The changes will take about 6months to a year, but they are worth it!
        Hope this helps!
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        #14 Virg

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          Posted 03 November 2008 - 09:00 PM

          herbal essence deep moisturizing shampoo + conditioner (baby blue bottles) are good, and smell amazing! I alternate that wirh Pantene Pro V.
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          #15 *Casey*

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            Posted 04 November 2008 - 11:38 AM

            I have naturally curly hair too and use the "Curls Rock" product line from TIGI. I swear by it!!!

            #16 *Casey*

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              Posted 04 November 2008 - 11:38 AM

              Oh and my roommate has curly hair too, and she'll ONLY use Bumble and Bumble... I've never used it before, but I've been thinking of trying it.

              #17 Christi

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                Posted 04 November 2008 - 12:54 PM

                my sister in law has naturally curly hair that is dry and she just started using Enjoy sulfate free shampoo/conditioner and loves it.




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