If you are not on Biotin, then I highly recommend it. I have been on it for around 3 years and it has helped my hair and nails tremendously. But the key is to use a high dose (about 5mgs or 5000 mcg) and stick with it. I also have long thick hair, though I just recently had it cut a bit shorter. Since starting on 6mp it started getting frizzy too and you're right, it can be hard to tame. So what I do is I use Fruictese (sp?) frizz serum or cream after my conditioners. It helps alot to tame the frizzies. Also, when my hair was long (to my waist), I would go to the ethnic section of my pharmacy and get Olive Oil spray. I would spray it on my hair when it was wet and it would make it look healthy and shiney.
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