Ofcourse I am not a professional on that topic, so I wrote it from my own experiences and from what I learned so far.
One of the wonderful things about blogging is that people comment on your articles, thus sometimes correcting you, adding info or simply disagreeing. When brought in a friendly, positive way, this is usually interesting and educational.
One of the commentors on Sylvia’s blog 40+style warned me for the products I recommended. Especially for the silicones. They can build up on your hair, doing more bad then good.
Two websites on curls that I consider real experts are NaturallyCurly and CurlyNikki.
(Be sure to check them out, if you have curly hair. They have tons of information.)
On CurlyNikki I found a clear and useful article about silicones in hair products. Unfortunately the products I use and advice indeed have the type of silicones that CurlyNikki warns for. The site luckily also tells you how to get rid of silicone-build-up.
I am very happy with my hair, and taking care of it kinda works, by using a variety of products, and by sticking to a number of do’s and dont’s.
|Quite a good hair day;-).|
But I still have not found The Product or The Approach for treating frizzy, curly hair.
|Looks healthy and non-frizzy this way; dream hair. Maybe a bit curlier.|
That’s why I hereby invite all readers to share their tips, experiences and advices in the comments on this post. Your input is highly appreciated!
|Hard to control those locks!|
Viva las curls, frizz be gone!