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Spring has arrived! Hooray! I really enjoy the winter but long for warm, sunny days. With curly hair, 03302013 Biotera styling curl creme certified fabulousboth winter and spring pose challenges for taming the frizzes so I’m always looking for new products to try and help control flyaways. Biotera Curl Crème is a great styling cream that really defines my curl and fights the frizz.

Biotera Curl Crème contains bamboo, sunflower and rice extracts that quenches the moisture in the curls leaving them bouncy, soft and manageable. It is thick enough to control the frizz but light enough that it doesn’t weigh down my hair. It has a pleasant cinnamon scent as well that lingers throughout the day.

To use, simply apply generously to damp hair and then style as usual. It can be applied to dry hair as well to add even more definition and shine. At about $8 a bottle, it’s an affordable way to achieve the look you desire.

So tame those frizzes with Biotera Curl Crème but more importantly, take care of yourself.

Amy

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Hey everyone,

This week is all about one of my favorite topics again. No, not presents, it is my hair. As some of you might frizzy blond baby hairknow by now I have nice long, blond and wavy hair. Unfortunately it is also very frizzy. So I was on the lookout for something to eliminate that. I have tried lots of products over the years and especially at this time a year, when the weather is cold and wet, my hair is frizzy and static.

My co-worker suggested I should use the Moroccanoil. And since I had only heard great things about it I went for it. And I have to say it is so simple and I love it.

How to use it?

Well just follow your usual routine when washing your hair and towel dry it. Then spray about 4-5 pumps throughout your hair and style as normal. The first thing you will notice is the fresh smell when you apply it. It also helps to comb through your hair amazingly. And I have to admit it does what it promises, my hair is a lot less frizzy than normal even though it gets put to a tough test with all the snow out there.

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Winter Hair as the weather turns colder... you are inside more... the dry heat is on in your house and work... and car... oh and don't forget most of us are blow drying our hair every time it is washed...  which all just equates to a bombardment of dry heat.   I am sure if you are anything like me and live in a colder climate, your hands are dry, lips are dry and hair has definitely looked better.

There are a few tips to helping your hair from look as dried up as you feel :)

1. Stay hydrated- drink plenty of water even though you are not in the sun all day your body still needs Water!

2. Wash your hair every other day- if you feel like your hair is looking limp... put a little bit  of dry shampoo at the roots ( just a bit)... brush through and go :)

3. Make sure you are protecting your hair before you dry it.  After you get out of the shower, use a leave-in condition.  See my blog about Leave-in Conditioners

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How to keep frizzy hair under control

Hey everyone this is Claudia again. This week is all about hair. I love that topic. In General I am frizzy hair finalpretty happy with my hair. It is very blond and wavy and long. What I don’t like about it is that it is very frizzy. Now that the winter is getting closer and the temperatures are dropping I feel like it’s a real burden on my hair. When I go to the gym and blow dry my hair just a few minutes,

I look like this lady on the left... Primrose frozen hair final

 

Unfortunately with the temperatures being at freezing point or lower I cannot go outside without at least drying my hair a bit or I would probably look like that lady to the right...

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