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Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by ars matica, Dec 17, 2004.

  1. ars matica

    ars matica New Member

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    This may sound like a completely oddball post, but I'm looking for solutions to thin my air, or at the very least make it less stiff. When my hair grows it tends to grow straight out before growing downwards, and it requires me to get haircuts every week as to not look awkward. Can anyone recommend a product that will either thin my hair or make it more flexible so I have more control over it???

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    ken Banned by Request

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    Anything that weighs it down will flatten it out a bit: wax, pomade, coconut oil, etc.
     


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    sam Senior Member

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    Don't wash your hair as frequently. Use a good moisturizing conditioner.

    As Ken wrote, use some product. Try a silicone one.

    Maybe your hairdresser can use thinning shears to control the puffiness?
     


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