Attention Girls: I'm having a HAIR DISASTER!

<p>Ok seriously, I'm having a LOT of trouble with my hair, and I'm freaking out because I have no idea what to do. I'd call my stylist and ask her, but she's in Mexico until the 3rd.</p>

<p>Here's my problem:</p>

<p>About a year ago, I was using Loreal Paris shampoo and it was working alright, however it was making my hair snarly and frizzy about 4 hours after application. This was bothering me, so in January of 2008, I switched to Suave Professional Slick, which had a great scent that gave me a headache, however left my hair very smooth and shiny. The scent was getting to me, so I switched back to Loreal Paris (which was designed for brunettes) in February. My hair was still coming off as snarly during March and April, so my stylist recommended "Cheer with Apricot Twist," which was one of her special products. I went with that for about a month, and the scent was AMAZING. However, it was making my hair too shiny and easilly reflected off of in the sunlight. I tried getting my hair darkened, because I liked the scent so much and didn't want to quit using the shampoo, but it only made it worse.
In July of 2008, I found a product called "Remedee'," and I've been applying it since, with the generic suave shine conditioner.. It has little or no scent, and its worked fine. However, in the last month, it's been blending my blonde and gold highlights into the base color of my hair, and that is super irritating because then I have to get my highlights readjusted or re-applied.
So now I'm screwed.
I need a hair product that has the sweet apricot (or fruit of the like) scent of "Cheer," that still leaves the hair smooth and does not interfere with color treatments.
I went to Walmart, and found nothing that looks as if it would do the trick.</p>

<p>Does anyone have any suggestions? I'd kind of love you forever, because this is urgent.</p>


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A place to talk with fellow girls and friends. Female discussionboard and girl chat.


<p>I'm actually already a member of that site. All of the girls on there are rich conceited prisses who criticize everything you say. I have a really bad reputation on that site because I speak my mind, so all the girls on it hate me.</p>

<p>But thanks.</p>

<p>I just laughed my ass off for five minutes when I read the thread:
"How do I improve my sandwiches?
My boyfriend beats me when I don't make them right :("</p>

<p>You're cute:) I wonder if any guy would actually respond to this.</p>

<p>My hair is a haystack. And to keep it fashionable I call it the- just-out-of-bed-look.</p>

<p>Yeah, sorry, I have no solution to your dilemma.
Opps,I realize I came off as a jerk. Oh well.</p>

<p>Uh idk. I just use Pantene Shampoo and Conditioner (or whatever my parents buy from Costco). And then airdry/blowdry my hair. </p>

<p>Done. o_O</p>

<p>I can just imagine the topics on that</p>

<p>I'm more surprised that a forum called "Girls Only" isn't 90% male trolls.</p>

<p>HAHAHA. ok sorry.
Try Bumble and Bumble in seaweed. It has a light sent, and it works great.</p>

<p>I blowdry my hair and then straighten it because my hair is super frizzy if I dont. If I dont want it straight, I blow dry it and then put it in loose curls or something. Or at least go over it once with a flat iron (doesnt take long) and put it in a ponytail.
Gets rid of the frizziness and makes it not as poofy. Works for me at least?</p>

<p>I dont really care what hair products I use but i like Head and Shoulders--Smooth and Silky (I think? it's the pink one lol) and Pantene..and the Herbal Essence Straight and Slick one or somethign like that?? It smells goood.</p>

<p>And I also use a whole bunch of conditioner haha. Makes my hair really soft and easy to manage and not so "snarly"</p>

<p>alright this is what u do... switch to Loreal (I use it) and I know the after shower frizzy hair but if u have a straightner use it!!! the frizzy hair is gone after n at the same time your highlights stay the way they are. By the way how many guys have actually responded to this post??? jus wondering</p>

<p>Herbal Essences does smell good.. Garnier does too.
Dove is really nice for smooth hair though.</p>

<p>Jason Super Shine Apricot Shampoo and Conditioner- They are all natural and have a natural apricot smell
Chi has a serum called silk infusion that leaves anyone's hair extremely silky without weighing it down. but it costs some if u get it from salons</p>

<p>I use Garnier with a leave-in conditioner :)</p>

<p>you should use head and shoulders. Its really great.
Also consider putting axle grease to really shine your hair and make it lustorous.</p>

<p>the green herbal essence smells good.</p>

<p>omg i use redkin! SoOoO much better</p>