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How Do i Get This Curly Haired Look?

ttmw

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I have naturally curly hair anyway and not too far of the picture below but mine is a lot more fluffy and out of control when its without ny products on it.

I dont use anything currently on my hair to style and frankly its a mess lol, so i want to get the same type of look as the picture linked below, but i dont have a clue what i should be using on it etc. if anyone can help and give me any advice at all that would be really great.

heres the pic..

http://www.kissuk.com/style/hairstyles/9801/2.jpg
 

why

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You need product...try pomade or texturing cream.
 

ttmw

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Any idea what type of products though, like which promades, theres so many?
 

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I also have naturally "crazy/Dylan" hair. Using leave in conditioner works very well. It stops your hair from frizzing, and gives you a little bit of hold/control without looking like you have product in your hair.
 

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Originally Posted by hamish5178
I also have naturally "crazy/Dylan" hair. Using leave in conditioner works very well. It stops your hair from frizzing, and gives you a little bit of hold/control without looking like you have product in your hair.

Basically same thing I was going to say, The leave-in did way better for me than regular conditioner does.
 

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