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can this be done if one has curly hair?
i have curly hair and im afraid that spraying with water will make it curly again
Hi Kathy! If you apply a good curl cream to the hair the day before, the water will activate the properties in the cream. If not, instead of water – you might want to try using a Curl Spray. The Kenra Curl Spray is great. It leaves hair defined and frizz-free. Hope this helps! Happy Friday.