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Thread: Is there any non-damaging way to use heat?

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    Default Re: Is there any non-damaging way to use heat?

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    You might be able to do something with a thing like this, but I don't know if it's something that can give the type of curls you are looking for?
    http://www.savvycurls.com/
    WHERE HAS THIS BEEN ALL MY LIFE? Has anyone tried this? I have 2c/3a, but I'd like beachy waves sometimes... that looks perfect!

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    Default Re: Is there any non-damaging way to use heat?

    Why not use a roller-brush thingie. Hot air brush, rather. Babyliss do one. It looks like this. It's what we used on my chin length hair.

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    Default Re: Is there any non-damaging way to use heat?

    I would use a heat protection spray. Tresseme makes a good one.
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