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Old 02-10-2012, 09:37 PM
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I made a thread on something like this awhile back but I have some questions again.

Well, my hair type is thick (very thick), dry, and sort of curly/wavy. Thing is, when I made a similar thread awhile back, someone recommended me Eufora Hero shampoo. I used it...a couple of times. Thing is, it leaves my hair feeling frizzy and drier. So lately, I've just been using Aussie Moist shampoo and it's been doing okay for me. I notice that if I condition it, it makes my hair feel more coarse and gives me worse dandruff.

Now, thing is, my hair is getting long again () and I want it to be soft, silky, and beautiful. Go ahead and call me metrosexual, it doesn't matter, but I'm willing to do just about anything to make it beautiful and soft.

I don't use a hair dryer, and have recently read that large mouth combs are better for your hair when it's wet over brushes. These are all things I'd like opinions on.

Also, where does everyone stand on the whole "leave-in" conditioner thing? I've been looking to get into something that'll really help me with my hair and am willing to pay a moderate amount of money for it.

Please, give me your best advice! Here's an example:


That's Richard Hammond from Top Gear. Look how soft and (excuse the term) beautiful his hair looks! Yes, I know they have make-up and hair professionals at their disposal at all times, but what can I do that they would?! I think I'm willing to put the time, energy, and dedication to have beautiful/healthy hair!
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Old 02-10-2012, 10:10 PM
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lol!! sorry I don't have anything productive to add, but I would like to know as well because I have super long hair but its not as soft and beautiful like that guy you posted! I would like to know too I do use the moroccan oil intense hydrating mask PICTURE, but it doesn't really seem to work for me. Maybe it'll be a lot better for you? That's the only suggestion I have for you!
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Old 02-12-2012, 12:01 PM
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I know there are some women on here with beautiful, healthy, and soft hair!

The last thread similar to this, I got loads of replies!
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Old 02-12-2012, 07:28 PM
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I think your actual hair composition matters a lot. I have a friend who has very thick, strong hair and her hair could never get silky like that the guy in the photo- no matter how hard she tried. Straightening it seemed to get it to the closest texture.

I'm Asian and my hair was never like that either, because it was too smooth and "elastic" (don't really know how to explain it). However, once I bleached it out/dyed it a couple times, the dye stripped my hair of its elasticity and now its thinner and wispier. Because I took really good care of it while it was bleached, it is still soft and is actually silky like that guy's hair.

My boyfriend, on the other hand, has great hair like that guy naturally and he never does anything to it. He washes with some drugstore shampoo and conditions his hair when he remembers, which is probably close to never
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Old 02-12-2012, 07:45 PM
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Try the Bumble and Bumble leave in Drench conditioner.
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Old 02-12-2012, 09:08 PM
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Try the Bumble and Bumble leave in Drench conditioner.
Okay. I'll have to give their products a try.
I'm sure the North Dakota winter has a lot to do with how my hair is fairing as well. It's typically healthier in the summer and I'm hoping that as it warms up (along with Bumble and Bumble products) it'll just get healthier and happier.
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