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Straight Making No Frizz Styling Treatment for Thick to Coarse Hair


Straight Making No Frizz Styling Treatment for Thick to Coarse Hair

What it is:A daily treatment for optimum frizz reduction and conditioning.What it does:Living Proof Straight Making No Frizz Styling Treatment for Thick to Coarse Hair offers the first new anti-frizz technology in over 30 years. No Frizz addresses the two causes of frizz humidity and friction. It provides a superior, extremely thin humidity barrier on hair while reducing surface friction. The result is the most effective, lightweight frizz fighter on the market today. Hair is left smooth and manageable without becoming greasy or heavy.What else you need to know:No Frizz formulas efficiently deliver PolyfluoroEster to the surface of the hair in one even, perfect layer devoid of any extraneous additives. This advanced styling aid works great on color-treated hair and is terrific for taming highly processed hair. No Frizz also repels dirt and oil so you can go longer between shampoos.
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Questions & Answers for Living Proof Straight Making No Frizz Styling Treatment for Thick to Coarse Hair

Question
Do you use this as conditioner after shampoo?
asked 5 years, 5 months ago
Brigitte
(Henderson,NV)
on Straight Making No Frizz Styling Treatment for Thick to Coarse Hair
4 answers
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answer 1
I use it as a leave in conditioner after shampooing and using a rinse out conditioner.
answered 5 years, 4 months ago
ciao
(Palatine IL)
answer 2
No, I wash and condition my hair as usual and then I add about a nickel size amount of frizz to my hair after towel drying. Then style as you would normally do. I have shoulder length hair so add more or less product depending on hair length. I find for me that a little goes along way.
answered 5 years, 4 months ago
DownSouth
(Brent, AL)
answer 3
Yes, Caviar by Alterna- I also use this shampoo and I only wash my hair every four or five days. My hair is very dry.
answered 5 years, 4 months ago
SherP
(Jacksonville, Fl.)
answer 4
no, use this ater hair has been towel dried and be generous with it.
answered 5 years, 4 months ago
freefrom
(Pasadena, CA)
Question
Chemically relaxed Afro-American hair
Can you use this on chemically relaxed afro-american hair ? If so, do I apply it before I sit under the hair dryer to dry my hair in rollers
asked 5 years, 6 months ago
Anonymous
(Pittsburgh, Pa.)
on Straight Making No Frizz Styling Treatment for Thick to Coarse Hair
4 answers
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answer 1
I had worn an afro for 4 years and wanted a change without returning to chemical relaxers. I got a sample of this product form the store and used it later that evening. The results were jaw dropping. My hair was soft and bouncy. I knew after sleeping on my hair that it would frizz up by morning like it had when I used other products. But not so, my hair was still soft and bouncy without frizz for about two weeks. I say only two weeks because I had to wash my hair at some point. Once I got my hair cut just to get rid of my split ends, my hair became more manageable than ever. Wish I had a before and after picture to post. Products are gold!
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
gelliez
(Romulus, MI)
answer 2
I'm Afro-Am with relaxed hair (4a/b) and it works pretty well for me. I tend to apply it before I blow-dry, but every now and then (especially when I'm back at school in Baton Rouge) I smooth it onto my dry hair and run the flat iron through. The results: soft and smooth, but still bouncy.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
Ginger66
(Apex.NC)
answer 3
I have hair that I now color, and it works just fine on that, so I imagine that it would work on chemically treated AA hair. It makes mine soft and manageable.
answered 5 years, 6 months ago
gabriellai
(Philadelphia, PA)
answer 4
Well, I'm Dominican and my hair is chemically processed as well. It worked wonderfully for me. However, I blew it out. The hair feels a bit hard at first, but then it turns silky and soft. I would give it a try. I suppose it would cut your dryer time in half as well!!! good luck!
answered 5 years, 6 months ago
thebeautywizard
(Miami, Florida)
Question
Hair texture
I am African American with a coarse hair texture. Will this product work for me? I do not have a relaxer. I do not have mixed hair which I would not call that coarse but thick and wavy. I have a problem with one side of my hair not straightening even witha flat iron of 430 degrees. Will this product help for that?
asked 5 years, 2 months ago
Goldngrl04
(Long Beach, CA)
on Straight Making No Frizz Styling Treatment for Thick to Coarse Hair
3 answers
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answer 1
Yes, it will work for you. I am African-American with type 4 hair, and my roots are not chemically processed. No Frizz, in conjunction with my flat iron, smooths my hair, leaves it very soft and touchable, and makes my straight styles last for a full week. It really does what it says it will do, and is excellent for black hair.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
serenity
(CA)
answer 2
I do have mixed hair, but yes I do believe that that this product will work for you. Also the kind of flat iron you have does make a difference.
answered 5 years, 2 months ago
Nia08
(West Lafayette, IN)
answer 3
I would try it. I use it with and without using a hairdryer and love how my hair comes out. Granted I am caucausian. But ... Try the $14.00 small version. See if it works...
answered 5 years, 2 months ago
Drag9nWyck
(Huntington Beach, CA)
Question
can you buy this in stores
asked 5 years, 6 months ago
rav4
(wv)
on Straight Making No Frizz Styling Treatment for Thick to Coarse Hair
3 answers
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answer 1
Only Sephora or Online
answered 5 years, 6 months ago
Deb629
(Sanborn,NY)
answer 2
You can buy this in Sephora stores or on-line.
answered 5 years, 6 months ago
gabriellai
(Philadelphia, PA)
answer 3
At Sephora.
answered 5 years, 6 months ago
thebeautywizard
(Miami, Florida)
Question
What kind of results if you used this product on African American hair?
I have locks and I want to cut them out. I've been trying to decide what I can do with my hair without relaxing it.
asked 5 years, 5 months ago
Teach68
(Vauxhall, NJ)
on Straight Making No Frizz Styling Treatment for Thick to Coarse Hair
2 answers
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answer 1
I think this would work well on African American hair. I have hair that is similar in texture, and it works well for me. You have to use ALOT of this stuff, though, and it's expensive. It's worth a try. I really love this stuff!
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
beckyshah
(Washington, DC)
answer 2
This product wasn't strong enough for my very coarse, non-ethnic, living in Florida hair. It did not eliminate the frizz.
answered 5 years, 4 months ago
redzgym
(Winter Garden, FL)
Question
Is PolyfluoroEster like Teflon? How safe is this product?
asked 5 years, 4 months ago
sudix
(Carmel, CA)
on Straight Making No Frizz Styling Treatment for Thick to Coarse Hair
2 answers
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answer 1
No, actually its a molecule that was patented by MIT people, that coats the hair and keeps water from entering the hair shaft causing it to expand, getting frizzy. It's totally safe!! Great for sensitive or brittle hair, good for color treated hair, etc.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
kamilia
(New York, NY)
answer 2
I had the same question, so I sent and e-mail to the company, who then sent this prompt response:

"Kimberly, thanks for the e-mail. We take safety very
seriously at Living Proof. Our technology has been
in use for more than a year without any issues at all.

Let me know if you have any more questions.

Rob
CEO
Living Proof"

You could visit their website and ask for yourself--they respond quickly.
answered 5 years, 4 months ago
Anonymous
(Little Falls, NJ)
Question
is it the conditioner or the treatment you use after
asked 5 years, 3 months ago
arrow
on Straight Making No Frizz Styling Treatment for Thick to Coarse Hair
2 answers
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answer 1
This treatment is used after any conditioner. Work it into towel-dried hair. I use about a quarter-sized amount.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
paisleygirl
(Long Island, NY)
answer 2
The treatment after that you leave in your hair.
answered 5 years, 3 months ago
TMH1
(Fairview, NC)
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Does this product line contain sulfates?
asked 5 years ago
Ang1978
on Straight Making No Frizz Styling Treatment for Thick to Coarse Hair
2 answers
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answer 1
The only product that you would find harsh sulfates in are shampoos.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
amontes20
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 2
No, just one more reason to use this great line!
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
balletgal
(Evanston, IL)
Question
What is the difference between the cream and the treatment?
The Living Proof Staright Making No Frizz Treatment for thick to coarse hair has the same description as the Cream by the same name. What is the difference bewtween the two products?
asked 5 years, 4 months ago
K2YM
(Pittsburgh, PA)
on Straight Making No Frizz Styling Treatment for Thick to Coarse Hair
2 answers
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answer 1
The treatment is for thicker, coarser hair that is harder to manage. I have used both and I think the treatment is best for my "ethnic" type hair.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
beckyshah
(Washington, DC)
answer 2
The difference between the cream and the treatment is that the treatment has extra conditioning properties that are better for thick to coarse hair.
answered 5 years, 4 months ago
Insider3
(Sound Beach, New York)
Question
What is the difference between the treatment, the cream and the plain styling?
asked 4 years, 6 months ago
BiloxiBoo
(Biloxi, MS)
on Straight Making No Frizz Styling Treatment for Thick to Coarse Hair
2 answers
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answer 1
I bought the treatment, which has the consistency of a very light cream. It is not a serum.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
paisleygirl
(Long Island, NY)
answer 2
Living Proof's items are first categorized by "Wave Shaping" and "Straight Making" formulas. The Wave Shaping formulas have holding polymers which help to set curls and waves, and provide slight hold for straight styles as well. If you use hairspray or prefer a bit of hold, this would be a good choice.

The Straight Making formulas do not have hold, but still can be used with straight or curly styles.

The last distinction can be based on your hair type and styling needs. Here is a link to more information:

http://www.sephora.com/browse/brand...

The Cream formula is their most popular category, as it is a mid-weight lotion which tends to be the preference for most hair types, especially if your hair is not very fine or very thick. The Treatment formula is rich, so is best for dry and thick/ coarse hair types or those who would like a very nourishing formula.

The Styling Sprays are best for fine hair, or for those who prefer an easy-to-use spray as opposed to a lotion or cream. This is the least moisturizing formula but is convenient to use.

Finally, if your hair is very dry or damaged and you would prefer the richest formula available, their Leave-In Conditioner has anti-frizz benefits in an emollient-rich formula.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
MakeupMaven
(San Francisco, CA)
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