8 Best Summer Hair Care Products -- and the 4 Worst
See which warm-weather hairstyling goodies are humidity-busting, beach-y wave-inducing winners and which ones should be thrown into the pool
Why: One reader says, "this product definitely did not work for me. I have curly/wavy hair and this product made my curls sticky, limp and just not pretty at all. When I washed this product out of my hair, my hair felt brittle and dry." Another reader says, "it didn't work for me. My hair is straight and fairly silky and this product didn't give it the texture that I was hoping for. I tried it both damp and dry, scrunching all over and nothing held." She adds, "I have naturally wavy hair and do love the way it looks after a day at the beach. I had hoped this would help me get the same results on non-beach work days, however, it didn't live up to my expectations."
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