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Glori B.Golden Valley, AZ51 Year Old Virgin Of Hair Blowers And Curling Irons Seeking Instructions From Pros.I am 51, have naturally curly hair and frizz. I have never (yes I live under a rock!), used a curling iron. My hair has that just got out of bed look. I am very, very interested in the Conair Infiniti curling iron. I also use a really good product of Moroccon oil. Would I be able to have long cascading, beautiful, shiny curls with this product, using the Argon oil in conjunction with the curling iron?? Does it help get rid of the frizz. I recently stopped using store bought color, and go to a fabulous salon in Kingman, AZ. Their color comes from France, and, now, a month later, still no grey creeping in at my hair line on the side of my face. All the other curling irons I have looked at, in shops are sooo expensive. Is this one fated to be mine?? Also, I live in a very arid area and quite hot, too!! Will this product help the Argon oil in, and condition my hair, or will it dry it out and cause frizzieness? I am a true Virgin of blow dryers and curlers, but I want to tame and accentuate my very naturally curly hair, and have it kind of like the Carrie Bradshaw look of Sex and the City. All you fabulous women out there please, I'm open to advice and instructions. I want change!! I'm 51 and want to get out of the "Devil may care" what my hair looks like!!! I'm still a free spirit at heart, but to get great hair is not "free", I found out it takes a lot of work!!3 out of 6 shoppers thought this post was helpful.
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