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    Posted: Sep 10 2014 at 10:52am
Excessive use of hair products justifies the bad texture and stiffness of your hair. Exposing your hair to chemical sprays on a regular basis has taken away the moisture from your hair. Your routine hair regime is damaging your hair and making them appear brittle and stiff. I advise you give up on all chemical products and try using Aria Gold Argan Oil. It’s a 100% natural and safe product to tame fizzy and stiff hair. It boosts hair growth and adds moisture to rough and dry hair, providing instant smoothness and shine. I’m sure you’ll love the results.

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Hey as you had mentioned here everything and also tried mostly many products, it is quite good to not think much and take a suggestion from hair specialist. 
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i have hair type 3c and i have finally perfected my hair straightening routine.i pre poo with a moisturizing conditioner for approx 2-3 hours i then rinse it out with a shampoo containing sulfates to clarify my hair , but NOT everytime just when i feel like my hair needs it other times i use a sulfate free shampoo i love organix shampoo. i condition with any condtioner i prefer. i have recently started using apple cider vinegar to close my hair cuticles after washing mu hair and it is my favorite thing it leaves my hair suuuper soft(you may want to dilute it) i then towel blot my hair i seperate my hair into 4 2 strand twists to stretch my hair and let it air dry (not completely bc its hard for me to blowdry) i then use a heat protectant and blowdry my hair as normal with heat and then i straighten and i go over my roots 3 or 4 times to ensure they are straight and i only go over the length of my
hair at the most 2 times and i wrap my hair normally
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Definitely not thoughly cleaned.  Start off with a clarifying shampoo and then follow up with a moisturizing one.  DC and use a leave in conditioner prior to blowing dry.  HTH this is what I do with all of my clients.  But if they need more than 2 shampoos thats what they get
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You tried every thing, I suggest you one take suggestion from Hair Experts. They will definitely solve your problem.
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try a rollerset they give hair body.
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What would I do to fix it from being over processed?
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If it isn't clarified properly should I get a clarifying shampoo?
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Too much products which sounds like it or your hair is over processed with those "super" relaxers.
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