I pack a richer conditioner
White Rain(if i can find it) hairspray- nothing holds up better to
sea conditions than this stuff. It works better than the high priced
salon hairsprays for hold and humidity.
I have been a shapoo/ condition junkie forever..but I think I will stop now..
I found, in Walgreens, a shampoo and conditioning balm called Bio Infusion, The balm jar is over 16 oz, and the shampoos is a liter pump. These are professional quality and I am hooked..Pricey, for me anyway, they were specially priced that week for $10.00 each, but surely will last a long time and come along on my NY eve cruise..
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I have very short hair, so I probably won't change anything, since humidity shouldn't bother the hair do. I do use hair wax, but it's ineffective when my hair gets too long. I'm scheduling a haircut right before the cruise!
For the Cruise of the Century, I presume humidity will be a problem for makeup. I'll use less in the daytime.
Nope. I use the ship shampoo/conditioner, and I style my short hair with a little gel and my fingers, and voila! It's done. If all else fails, I put on a baseball cap! Got better things to do with my time on a cruise!
I also use the ship's shampoo/conditioner but I also bring a styling gel so my hair will not frizz on those hot and humid days while I am in the caribbean. From what I have read, most shampoos and conditioner's contain the same basic ingredients. I would rather spend money on a good haircut.
If your hair is dry and curly, get a good conditioner and good hairspray. I'm going to try the white rain that someone suggested here. Maybe even a hair smoother to keep the frizzies down! But then I guess it depends how much time you're going to spend in the sea air at night. Daytime, I could care less because of the excursions.