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    JD

    I ordered that Kate. I like the one I use but it’s starting to feel like I have too much residue left on my hair the next day so it just doesn’t feel right again until i wash it regardless of how little I use.

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    Awesome! I would say it’s the best thing I’ve ever used. I used like a dime size maybe.

    That Briogeo one I had a sample of was too hard to get right. The first time it was way too much and my hair was flat. Then I tried again and it was pretty good, but next time my ends felt dry and not right. I appreciate that it is silicone-free, but I think I need silicone in a blow dry product. The stylist I go to for blowouts, who’s a blowdry magician, always uses some Oribe (I thought they were silicone free but they’re not) or B+B or Shu Uemera product with high-quality silicones.

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    JD

    I always say I need to be just rich enough to never wash my own hair and go to my magical stylist for washes and blow outs whenever it’s time. I know some people actually do this at the Dry Bar places but I can’t justify spending the money on that, especially when I just work from home now and people don’t see me.

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    em

    As the person who started this thread, thought I’d rejoin!
    Unlike most everyone else, the suggested hairbrush did not work well for my fine hair. Thankfully, I was able to give it to a friend of mine with incredible, long, thick and healthy hair and it works wonders for her.

    Since first writing, I started seeing a hairdresser regularly about my problems. Thanks to vitamins, regular trims and avoiding all heat styling for a year, my hair is finally healthy again! I believe a huge part of my issue was stress related weight loss which thankfully is behind me now.

    I’d love a good anti-frizz product.I love the results of Tigi’s “after party” but can’t stand the smell AT ALL, even using the slightest amount. Any suggestions?

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    Kate

    Anti-frizz for air drying?

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    Kate
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    Btw, someone recommended Not Your Mother’s brand dry shampoo, the Plump For Joy volumizing one. I saw it in a small size and tried it today, and yeah! I like it better than probably any other I’ve tried. I washed on Saturday and my hair was getting limp yesterday, but this product REALLY brought it back today. My roots weren’t greasy yet, but it made it feel very fresh and volumized. I’ll have to see how it does on dirty roots.

    Edit: I went out to lunch with my hair mashed down under a hoodie and a big parka hood, and it’s still good! This is an impressive drugstore product.

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