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    I would suggest whaisng your hair with shampoo and/or conditioner before you enter the more humid climates. Sometimes I do wonder (hence no hair expert) if some of the product buildup including our natural hair oils contribute to the smell of our hair or the lack of keeping it washed and conditioned often. Georgia is as humid and hot during the summer season. While I was there, if I stayed in the heat too often. My hair would feel wet but I did not notice any smell. I only noticed the smell from the flat iron due to wearing my hair straight.Perhaps use fragrant yet natural, organic shampoos and conditioners to help with the scent of your hair. I know some natural hair beauties will tie down their hair in the heat with a beautiful scarf. Then you may need ways to stay cool like using an umbrella if you’re walking outdoors to protect you from the unbearable sun. See I am doing wash n gos currently. I would be dang shocked if my hair start smelling from doing this daily regimen.


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    What type of gel would you suggest? I’ve tried Eco Styler Olive Oil and KCCC which I still get shagknrie but not frizziness. Personally I don’t like gel but if I have to use it would be KCCC. I have not found one that I really love to try often. And it’s said once hair is wet/damped, apply what products you need for the hair but don’t fuss with it. Added fuss (like pulling, fluffing) = frizzball head. Let it airdry naturally. I had to learn this over the past year because I used to touch and pull on my hair. But for the longest I would wear braidouts. Washed in the evening and braid hair, dry in the morning and undo the braids. Tip: Make sure any braids or two strand twists are completely dry before taking them down.


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    Great blog here! Also your site loads up fast! What host are you using? Can I get your affiliate link to your host? I wish my website loaded up as quickly as yours lol


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