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My Jewish heritage has furnished myself with many presents — an understanding for Woody Allen movies, a comfort with questioning authority, and a killer matzo-ball soup dish (psst, the secret components are celeriac and schmaltz). But there is however a tradeoff for these blessings that weighs greatly to my head, and I’m maybe not talking about my mother’s skill for guilt. It’s my hair.
Its strands are intermittently curly — think a notably less cool type of Patti Smith, with the rebellious nature and not one of poetry. The one thing stone about my hair’s natural texture is its self-destructive inclinations. It vines itself to the particular snarls you must tear out of your brush.
To fix my issue, we systematically tested fifteen curly-hair styling services and products in hopes of finding the one that would unify amounts of amount — you can forget triangle-shaped head — defrizz throughout, and define each curl. I considered fragrance, easier application, evenness of distribution, and shine. While most items had some good effect on my mop, there were definite standouts that i'll be adding to my repertoire. Discover why the viscosity of this styling item is important, plus a reminder that products shouldn't be evaluated by their particular packaging, in slideshow below. Like a great chocolate babka for dessert, I saved a for final.BEGIN SLIDESHOW