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In every issue, the SBH Hair Advice column answers your biggest hair concerns with the help of today’s top stylists. Here, mane pro Jacqueline Tarrant tackles a popular coif query. Have a hair care question you need answered? Tell us all about it and send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
I have naturally curly hair but it becomes frizzy as it dries. I have tried all types of products to achieve beautiful curls, but all I end up with is some curls and more frizz. What should I be doing to get the results I want? —Shanda
You may get this result because you have several types of textures in different areas of your head. For example, your hair in the front may have looser curls than the hair in the back or the sides. In this case, you may need to apply more product or even combine a different blend of products in curlier or more resistant areas. When you approach your Natural hair from this mindset, you may have better results. Consider applying some moisturizing conditioner to leave in frizzier areas as a moisture filler and then apply your curl-defining products.
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