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I use Dr. Bronners soap (diluted) and conditioning rinse on my hair about once a week. Other than that I just rinse really well with hot followed by cold water. My hair is full of staic and it drives me bananas!!<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/angry.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="angry"> I have to wear it up almost all the time because I can't stand it flying around all over.<br><br>
I would like to find something as natural as possible to control the frizzies.<br><br>
oh and FYI my hair is Straight and Wavyish in the back.
 

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I've always found Dr. B's to be a little harsh for my hair (but you can't beat the price!) so that might be part of the problem.<br><br>
A simple static solution is to try rubbing a couple of drops of olive or jojoba oil (made even more lovely if you have scented a batch with essential oil before hand) between your hands and running your fingers through your hair...not enough to make your hair oily, just a touch. Wearing your hair up (and a bit on the damp side) helps too. When I have the cashola I like to use Aubrey Organics' Primrose Tangle-Go on my dry hair for static, and Aubrey Blue Chamomile shampoo to combat the dryness.<br><br>
ETA: I have long straight hair.
 
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