LGBT Need a straightener

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  1. Rob Jones

    Rob Jones what up

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    I'm not to fond of the flat iron types, any reccomendations? :hs:
     
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    :mamoru: at "straighteners" in the Closet.
    (I have no idea. My hair likes being curly, and I haven't the time to convince it otherwise.)
     
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    have you tried any kind of straightening shampoo or product? i hear that the straightening or defrizzing or whichever it is from sunsilk works wonders... i believe it's the pink bottle. from what i hear it helps hair straighten even without a flatiron :noes:
     
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    Rob Jones what up

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    shit. in for this. :bowdown:
     
  6. Rob Jones

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    picked up a bottle of this and the conditioner can't wait to try it :x:
     
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    I had mine chemically straightened before I came back up to Wyoming. It helped it a lot with the waveyness but it still has it a little.

    Maybe Ill look for the Sunsilk stuff to get it straighter.
     
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    Rob Jones what up

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    tried it out today, I like it alot. It doesn't work as well as i'd hoped it would but you do notice a difference. I used the straighten up shampoo and conditioner, the bottle says use 24/7 stay straight creme after, I need to pick this up.
     
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    But curls are pretty. :(
     
  11. Rob Jones

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    my hair isn't quite long enough to let it be natural. Looks like ass. :mamoru:
     
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    straightness is overrated
     
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    Ya got that right....


    :wavey:
     
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    i have curly hair and i have tried just about everything and nothing seems to work except chemically straightening it - still need a blowdryer to get it totally straight & flat irons.

    i have the sunsilk shampoo which works a bit to make it sleeker and less frizzy and i also have a flatiron spray which you use before you straighten it. keeps it from getting greasey/drying out and looking dead.
     

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