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    Quote Originally Posted by Jillibean
    Then I would suggest the *Infusiam23, leave in conditioner. It leaves your curly hair much softer, without weighing it down.
    Thanks. Can you get that anywhere, or can you only purchase it at salons?
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    Top ten hair products

    Sine I`ve notice a lot of people have questions on hair products, I thought I`d investigate, what`s popular out there.

    TOP ten Shampoos
    1. Head & Shoulders Dandruff Shampoo


    2. Biolage Hydrating Shampoo


    3. KMS Curl Up Shampoo


    4. Physique Volumizing Amplifying Shampoo


    5. Redken All Soft Shampoo


    6. Neutrogena T/Gel Therapeutic Shampoo


    7. Aveda Shampure


    8. Neutrogena Clean Volumizing Shampoo for Fine Thin Hair


    9. Clairol Herbal Essences Anti Dandruff Shampoo


    10. Clairol Renewal 5X Shampoo


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    Top 10 Conditioners.

    1. Physique Spiral Conditioner


    2. Infusium 23 Leave In Treatment


    3. Pantene Pro-V Conditioner for Dry/Damaged Hair


    4. Sebastian Potion 9

    5. Physique Amplifying Conditioner


    6. Thermasilk Heat Activated Conditioner


    7. Physique Deep Hydrating Conditioner


    8. Paul Mitchell The Detangler


    9. Aussie Dew Plex Leave In Conditioner + Styler in One


    10. Aussie 3 Minute Miracle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jewelsy
    Thanks. Can you get that anywhere, or can you only purchase it at salons?

    Well, here in Indiana, we have this store called Meijers, I`ve seen it in. But don`t know about California.

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    Hey, I've been used as an example Am I a teacher's pet now? Btw, it's really nice of you to come and help all the girls out with their questions, Jillibean.
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    There was a shampoo and conditioner I used to use a cuople of years ago. You could only get it at salons, it was really expensive, and I think it was some type of 'smoothing' type. The thing is, I can't remember the ame.

    It seems like it wsa a man's first and last name. Graham? David? Itwasn't anything I'd heard of before (not Paul Mitchell, etc.). Does that 'Graham' name sound familiar?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jewelsy
    Hi Jilly:

    I have long, VERY curly hair (there's a picture of me in the "What do you look like" thread. My problem is that if I don't put any "product" in my hair, it frizzes up. Not just a little frizz either. I have always kept my hair long to weigh it down.

    What products and/or cut do you recommend?

    Jewels: I have the recommendation for you: trade me. I have Homer hair. Three long straight, unruly hairs. So straight I can barely bend them with pliers. What I wouldn't do for long curly hair!

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    yeah, that's me, too, jd. straight as a board.(though i do have more than 3 hairs! ) i always wanted curls and i finally just gave up. granted, years of coloring my hair has at least given it some body and allowed me to style it... though if it's humid out (which it often is in texas) then it just lays very straight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jillibean
    Sine I`ve notice a lot of people have questions on hair products, I thought I`d investigate, what`s popular out there.
    I especially love the Avada products. I use the Confixor, about a dime-size and mix in 2 or 3 drops of the beautifying oil - rub it in wet hair really well - and hair comes out super soft and shiny. It's a bit expensive, but it's worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDHeninger
    Jewels: I have the recommendation for you: trade me. I have Homer hair. Three long straight, unruly hairs. So straight I can barely bend them with pliers. What I wouldn't do for long curly hair!
    JD -- you just made me spray my tea EVERYWHERE . Homer hair -- never herad that one before.

    Hey -- straight hair is in

    AND, JD -- you remember what Paul said the other day when he saw my hair

    Paul: Jewelsy, um, have you taken a shower yet today?
    Jewelsy: No -- why do you ask?
    Paul: Well, your hair looks really ratty.

    In my defense, I was very sick last weekend and skipped the shower and washing of the hair. I looked like Medusa resurrected.
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    Homer hair . Medusa resurrected .

    So, how often are we supposed to wash our hair? I shampoo every day. Am I going to be bald soon?

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