Me, I have naturally curly/wavy/frizzy hair. I've learned to embrace it, not that I love it. I suppose tolerate would be the correct word. I've learned that if I put enough product, as stylists refer to the stuff-you-put-in-your-hair-to-get-it-to-do-what-you-want, in my hair then follow up with a straightening flat iron it will stay straight until the first hint of humidity comes along. Which in this part of Texas would be the moment I step out the door. There was a 'smoothing gel' that I'd used for the past three or four years that worked wonderfully. Used being the operative word here because when I went to buy some more of this wonderfully working product I discovered that Biolage no longer makes it.
Great. Just great.
Now I have to try a whole bunch of different stuff in an effort to make may hair do what it's not meant to do. Ugh. I guess I could just let it go. Let it do it's own wild and wooly thing, which on occasion I do, especially in the summer when the humidity is über crazy around here. That gets old though, same hair day in and day out.
I want perfect hair. Kinda like Rapunzel in Tangled. So very versatile her hair was. Pew Buddy has a Rapunzel doll that does what I'm looking for.
Long and perfectly smooth.
Hair that shines and lights up on demand.
Hair that stays in place no matter what.
And when I get tire of it, I can take it off and still look adorable.
Is this too much to ask?
I'm open to suggestions.