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    Posted: Apr 24 2013 at 5:21pm
I ordered some "Brazilian" wavy hair from a pv. The hair was beautiful and luscious when it arrived. But the day that I installed it became very poofy and frizzy. I have deep conditioned twice and cowashed twice within the past two weeks. I have tried every serum that I own to ease the frizziness. Nothing is working. So what products or techniques do you use to combat frizzness?
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Joico products and Sabino .
 
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leave in conditioner and or gel. However, the hair is going to have some frizz.
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Where did you purchase it?
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I have an answer for you Iheartmr.............
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Ok iheartmr, First of I really feel for you. I know you want your hair to look super and you've spent good money to make it so. Manufacturers have to really work hard when it is the kinky or really tight curl human hair wigs. One of several things have happened to you. And no matter how much serum, silicone or oil you put on it---I am willing to bet you will never get it to the original form. First the manufacturer has to put the 1) hairs in cross-wise instead of putting them all the same way, (Part I)
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(Part II)  , then 2) they probably "burned/ironed" the shape into the hair some more. Then 3) they may have mixed different hairs into the wig. These hairs could have been Horse, Dog, Goat or --yes--even Monkey. Once they have completed the process of kinking it, mixing, burning and shaping--this high resin coating should be applied. It actually takes about 5-6 heads of real hair to make a wig.
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It's not fair.  But you can kindasorta understand why they may have resorted to this kinda unexpected tactics. I know I don't want to wear Bambi, Rover or any of my animal kingdom friends. However, other cultures don't see things the way the West does.  So if they skipped or skimped on any step you may have received a poorly developed wig---Brazilian or not. You got the look, but not the reusability you were looking for.  As soon as you started washing or co, the resin is being rinsed, rubbed off. So the wig looked good until you did that right ?
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Originally posted by carmel_kis carmel_kis wrote:


(Part III)
 
<span style='color: black; line-height: 115%; font-family: "Verdana","sans-serif"; font-size: 9pt; mso-fareast-font-family: Calibri; mso-fareast-theme-font: minor-latin; mso-bidi-font-family: "Times New Roman"; mso-bidi-theme-font: minor-bidi; mso-ansi-: EN; mso-fareast-: EN-US; mso-bidi-: AR-SA;' lang="EN">It's not fair.  But you can kindasorta understand why they may have resorted to this kinda unexpected
tactics. I know I don't want to wear Bambi, Rover or any of my animal kingdom friends. However, other cultures don't see things the way the West does.  So if they skipped or skimped on any step you may have received a poorly developed
wig---Brazilian or not. You got the look, but not the reusability you were looking for.  As soon as you started washing or co, the resin is
being rinsed, rubbed off. So the wig looked good until you did that right ?</span>

Thank you for your detailed explanation. The hair was very pretty and soft when I first received it. And you are absolutely right once washed the hair it went downhill. There's stray hairs sticking out everywhere, like static. I don't know if that has anything to do with the cuticles not being aligned or what. And no matter what I do the hair feels dry and looks unkept from the uncontrolable frizz. Do you have any suggestions on how to fix this problem?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote SharonsDaughter Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr 29 2013 at 11:26pm
I think if you have tried everything else I would re texturize the hair with a light relaxer. I had some hair that would not behave and I relaxed it for about 12mins and now its great.
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