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    Posted: August 10 2014 at 12:56pm
Hi everyone! I'm new here and I really need some help. I'm a teen, and school is starting next week, and my hair is horrible looking!!

Up until I was in like 6th grade, my hair was really straight and soft, all over. And then in 7th grade to now (sophmore), my hair has become a little wavy, and the front has become SUPER frizzy, and I absolutely hate it. I try to be super natural, I don't use hair straighteners, curlers, or chemicals (dyes), but I sometimes blowdry it with warm/cool air. I switch up my shampoo and conditioner each time I wash it. Also, I don't really like using hairspray.

Does anyone have any homeade sprays or serums or anything that I can make with household ingredients to completely demolish the frizz?

Thanks for any help!
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Try this: http://www.hairboutique.com/blogs_p/index.php/2011/09/12/fine-hair-frizz-issues/
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To fix frizzy hair Use pure coconut oil only. Shampoo it only when needed and then condition it. After shampooing comb with oiled comb.
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