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From: Rita Leon (184.108.40.206)
Subject: Re: Ideas-get rid of frizz, but keep some curl?
Date: August 6, 2007 at 7:46 pm PST
In Reply to: Ideas-get rid of frizz, but keep some curl? posted by Lynette on June 20, 2007 at 9:35 am:
The answer to your prayers is FrizzCure. I had a FrizzCure treatment at Salon CL in Philadelphia in June. I have very thick, very curly, very frizzy hair - on humid days, I looked like Shirley Temple with an Afro. Actually, the way you descibed your hair sounds VERY familiar!
I can't believe that more people haven't heard of it - just google it and you'll see tons of results.
I am here to tell you that FrizzCure worked for me! It is NOT a straightener or a relaxer, although my curls are a little bit more relaxed than before. It is a cure for frizz, and even folks with straight hair can have frizz. It is permanent, with the obvious exception of new growth. Most folks have it done every 6-12 months or so, on the new growth only. My treatment cost $190. Yes, it's expensive, but well worth it. Once in awhile you see FrizzCure on eBay (it's not available in stores - only to salons). It is a VERY simple, easy process that could be done at home in your sleep, which makes it even worse that you have to pay $100 - $200 for the service at a salon.
It changes the molecular structure of your hair so that it doesn't absorb moisture, and thus, doesn't frizz. Now, I can blow my hair straight, and it stays that way - if my forehead is wet from perspiring, my bangs don't even curl up anymore, and of course, they don't get frizzy either! When I wear my hair curly, there is no frizz.
There used to be a web site frizzcure.com, but now you can go to fabune.com for some info - the Fabune web site says it is under construction. Fabune says that it is now called 'Hydroxyl Reshaping System'. Seems like Fabune acquired FrizzCure. There is a Salon locator on the Fabune web site. Happy to answer any other questions you may have about my experience with Frizz Cure!
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