I don't believe this product should be used to straighten your natural curly hair. However, their are other products that are just as great for straitening your hair; I like to use Ojon, Wen, or any other products that contain natural oils. Having Curly hair automatically means your gonna have dry hair, and because heat tends to damage your already dry hair this can help protect it.
answered 3 months, 3 weeks ago
HI, you could use Ouidad Climate Control Heat & Humidity Gel it won't your make your hair hard but give it that natural curl look, with no frizzies :)
I wouldn't use this foam to try to straighten your hair. but if your hair is wavy-curly you would probably benefit from this in your styling. It might give you a great wavy/curly look
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
I have used this product when I blow dry my hair straight and have liked that extra body. I do however use a serum like Morrocan oil or something similiar so it gives a softness to the hair style.
answered 2 years ago
(Lagrangeville, New York)
I would use curl control by Ouidad. It eliminates frizz and is very smoothing
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
PlayCurl does control frizz. Just make sure that you apply the right amount needed for your hair. For example, I have shoulder length hair and I use 4 full pumps. Also, apply it all over your hair; underneath, on top of your hair, on the sides, all over. It will control frizz. A couple of days ago, I was out by the water/river and there was some high winds and it was HOT!! The wind was blowing my hair ALL over the place. After a couple of hours, I did NOT have a frizzy at all and my hair still looked great. It has been 3 days since the water/river winds and my hair still looks GREAT and has volume, waves/curls and best of all no frizz....
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
I like the volume and curl this gives but I still have to use a serum to keep my fine wavy hair from becoming a puffy ball. (For me, FrizzEase actually works the best of everything I've tried - and I've tried lots in all different price ranges. Though admittedly it does take some practice to find the right amount to use.)
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
(San Francisco, CA)
My hair is naturally curly and fine like yours. And its also the way i like it. This foam actually makes it so. I guess you would want to use another poduct to make it straight. :)
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
(Quebec City, Canada)
I would go with Carol's Daughter hair milk. It provides lots of moisture, your hair won't be crunchy, and it helps define the curl and smooth the frizzies.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
To avoid frizz if you are styling curly, I would recommend not using any hairdryer, even with a diffuser -- I have found this product works best and leaves my hair shiny and not at all frizzy when I leave it alone and let it air dry, I have not tried to use this product to straighten. Mousse in my experience is not the best straightener, gel works better, and is not sticky at all once the hair is dry. When I straighten my hair, I prefer to use a litle gel or "serum" type of product combed through damp hair, then blow dry with a big brush, and then I always use a finishing cream -- no matter what I put on my hair before I blow it out, it always looks puffy at first. I love Frederick Fekkai glossing cream, a little of that smoothed over blow-dried hair makes it look shiny and eliminates the puffy/frizzy problem.
I don't know how well it works as to straigten hair completely. I have used it to untightend my curls which works well. I don't use heating products on my hair so I don't know what the outcome will be. But when I used it my hair became more wavy and it did not frizz.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago