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6 smart steps to fighting frizz

Summer brings sunshine and warm breezes and the beach, sure, but it also brings humidity—and that means insta-frizz for a lot of us. Want quick ways to...
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i am mixed. my dad is white and my mom is black. so that leaves me with suuuuper curly hair that is super thick as well. it is just too much for me to handle sometimes! lol. anyways, i need hairstyle ideas because i dont like leaving my hair out. i normally put it in a side braid or a braided bun and i dont like it anymore. i also need product options. the stuff i use doesnt help me much. i dont like frizz and i want my hair to be long, soft and in control. please help me!
p.s. i also think i should use a new hair brush of comb. i use just a normal paddle brush now. should i use something different?


Hey girl!

Running a wide-tooth comb through your hair after you wash it will smooth out some of the frizz. Try different hair oils and creams to see what works for you. You can find inexpensive products at drug stores while you're still experimenting. These two GL posts can also help:


We Tried It: Hair Oil to Squash Frizz: http://www.girlslife.com/post/2011/07/21/We-Tried-It-Hair-oil-to-squash-frizz.aspx?cp=all

How to Fight Frizz: http://www.girlslife.com/post/2011/02/22/How-to-fight-frizz.aspx?cp=all


For mixing up your hair styles, you could tie your hair up in a pony tail (I'd recommend ribbon elastics to hold it up) and wear a headband or hair clips to tame any frizz in the front. For plenty more styling ideas, check out these GL links:


New Braided Hairstyles: http://www.girlslife.com/post/2013/02/28/4-new-braided-hairstyles-to-try-this-weekend.aspx?cp=all

84 Hairstyles to Try:http://www.girlslife.com/topic/hairstyles-to-try.aspx 




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MOd mod
i want a spray or serum that stops frizz but doesn't darken my blonde hair. Do you have any suggestions?


Hey girlie, John Frieda makes a serum specifically for blonde hair so it wouldn't darken your hair.  You could also try Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine Anti-Frizz Serum.

Lauren T.

by colie34720 on 6/16/2013 7:45:42 PM


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My parents are making me get a job next summer, I will be 15. I live in a smallish town, and I don't know what job to get. I really don't want to work at a restaurant 1) cause I will want to eat the food 2) or I will never want to eat there again once I see the food 3) I will smell really gross! I could be a babysitter but there aren't many jobs. I could also be a lifeguard but it seems kind of boring. Any ideas?
(It can't be volunteer cause I need money for college)


Hey girlie, if you were a hostess at a restaurant it might keep you out of the kitchen, making those concerns that you have a non-issue. If there are stores in your town, you could apply for jobs there. Retail positions usually involve a lot of time on your feet, but they're easy if you're familiar with the merchandise. 

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by Abbison28 on 6/16/2013 7:45:20 PM


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