Saturday, 18 September 2010

Its a curl thing

Having curly hair i have tried many a product over the years to try and tame the frizz but not weigh my fine hair down.
i have been using john Frieda dream curls for a while now and it seems to do the trick but at nearly £5 it is a tad expensive but does last me about a month.

I went into my local home bargains store yesterday and came across twisted sista curl activator

for a mere 99p its worth a try,so tried it this morning and it is great,just as good as the john Frieda.
i am going to stick to this product for a while and will let you know how i get on.
are there any other fellow curlies out there,what products do you swear by? please leave a comment :)


Wardrobe Wars said...

We are curly girls too (well Niamh is waves and Fifi is curls). We use different products at different times of the year, depending on weather, what's available and budget at the time. Currently we are using the TIgi curlesque products - always a favourite of ours! Also Fifi is trying out the John Frieda Blondes go blonder range to help prolong the summer sunkissed look.For a cheap product range we swear by pantene prov curl moose (not sticky or crunchy) and the garnier fructis anti-frizz collection. If you want luxury then nothing beats Aveda Be Curly! Do keep us posted on curly tips!
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mixnmatch1 said...

hi,thanks for the info i will try a few that you have mentioned and update you,thanks :)