Friday, June 4, 2010

Pretty . Wavy . Hair






I have naturally wavy hair, but it's really difficult to both keep the natural wave and have it be unfrizzy. Any suggestions?

Pics: Fashion Gone Rogue and Souvenirs

7 comments:

Teresa @ good-grace said...

I have an appt for my hair in less than one hour ... can't believe I'm seeing this post! :) I have the exact same problem - and I was going to ask my hair stylist to give me some options for the "natural" curl/wave in my hair - rather than fighting it at all times. (It gets *more* than a little old...) I'm looking forward to your reader's responses here.

(fyi -- LOVing that profane t-shirt in the second image!)

Pretty Little World said...

You'll have to let me know if your stylist has any suggestions also!

I would, as well, like that t-shirt! One of my favorite tees from Urban Outfitters said, "You say tomato, I say f**k you." I never bought it though, as I couldn't think of a single place I'd be able to wear it (no asterisks on the tee!).

KristiMcMurry said...

Way to make me jealous...

I have a little bit of wave, but not enough to be cute. I've used this: http://www.alice.com/products/1261400 in the past, but it's discontinued and it only worked so/so. Something similar might work for you though. I sort of embrace my frizz when I try the wavy look. I might look like an idiot, but I don't mind. haha

drollgirl said...

look at these luscious locks!

i have straight hair, so i don't think i'll be of much help here. wah. i am sorry!

Linda said...

Curl Spray!!! I like the Fekkai one. I put that in, let my hair dry almost completely (naturally), then put it in a high bun, then a few hours later let it down, it helps calm the frizz. Honestly though, there is no way to get the looks above without alot of product and a curling iron.

Heather Taylor said...

I love the hair photos, but mine is straight, so I don't know what to suggest. Good luck finding something great!

The Cottage Cheese said...

I struggle with the same thing - frizz. I don't really have many suggestions, but I did find a leave-in conditioner that really tames my frizz: Pumpkin Potion by Healthy Sexy Hair. The one drawback is that it's hard to find in stores, and I have to order it. Perhaps in the fall, salons and stores will start stocking it again. It smells like pumpkin pie, which is a little weird for spring and summer, but if I comb it through my hair, let it air dry, and brush through, it works pretty well.