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Controlled Chaos instructions

With this Controlled Chaos I hope to help you on your way to “the best curls ever”!

If you still can't figure it out or if you have any questions, send me a Whats app via the button on this website. I would like to help you!

The cleanser:

First rinse your hair well! wash your hair 2x with the cleanser, spread an amount on your palms, massage the cleanser on the scalp. With the rinsing of the cleanser there is sufficient through the length and points.


The most important thing to control fluff! Always apply the moisturizer to soaking wet hair. If you have long hair, divide your hair into two parts. You fix the top part on your head with a clamp. Work from the points up, not on the scalp! Distribution of the products is very important there! and remember: where there is no product, fluff is created faster! Combs (wide toothed or with your fingers), Your hair is still soaking wet! After this, do not rinse your hair, leave the moisturizer in your hair. Depending on your curls, thick, thin, dry, you pepper the amount. This is a matter of experimentation. If you use the product for more than 6 weeks, then finish! try to get the same results with less!

The curl cream:

Hang down and take a € 1 curl cream (for you
maybe 50 cents or € 2, you should try that out because this is different for everyone).
Knead the curl cream into your hair and spread it / comb and knead the moisture out.
You are still hanging down. Then you take a hydrophilic cloth (or an old cotton T-shirt) and carefully squeeze the moisture from your hair. You turn your curls around your finger, press them, and put them at an angle.
Cold setting, (half heat setting) with diffuser (depending on how porous your hair is). Slow drying is usually best for your curls. Air drying is another option.
In our webshop we sell a hair dryer or a universal diffuser.  professional hair dryer keune

NO MORE DURING YOUR CURLS WHILE DRYING !! You then pass the process and fixation
If you can already see that a tuft of fluff dries up while drying, take your nebulizer and spray it on your curls.
Only when your curls are 90% dry can you get your curls. Preferably only when they are completely dry
If you want volume, put your hands in your hair up to your scalp and shake your hair or get it
one by one apart from your scalp.
For more volume, use a small backcombing brush with which you only backcomb the roots, spray
put some dry lacquer on it and let it dry for a while.
In the evening, for example, you sleep with a pineapple on your head or a low bun on your neck.
If you experience some fluff in the morning, grab the nebulizer (with our self-made product, for example) and treat the fluffy tufts. No more sitting! Let it dry with the diffuser or in the air, done! You can also squeeze in a little curl cream. This quickly becomes a routine.

Wash your hair in the evening,

Go to bed with a t-shirt or a large hydrophilic cloth. This is only recommended if you have a mega bunch of curls.

Do your hair feel greasy or limp,

then you have used too much product. If your hair is still fluffy, then have
you use too little moisturizer.
The longer you use the products, you will notice that your hair becomes healthier and you less
of the products. The moisturizer you need after more use, really only minimal.

Healthy food,

Healthy food also contributes to getting the best out of your hair, here are the top 10: top 10 nutrition for healthy hair

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Beautiful hair with the right nutrition

Beautiful hair with the right nutrition

Beautiful curls without fluff!
Beautiful hair, with the right nutrition.
Good hair products will help you a long way.
But to get beautiful hair, you can also watch what you eat!
By eating the right things you feed your hair from the inside out, you are one step ahead!
Nutrition with the right protein and irons play a major role in this.


  • Contains a lot of omega-3 fatty acids.
  • Vitamin B12 and iron.
  • Vegetarians could use flax seeds (vegetable omega-3 fatty acids).
  • The fatty acids support the health of the scalp.

Green Vegetable

  • Broccoli and spinach for example
  • Are a good source of vitamins A and C.
  • Your body needs it to produce sebum.
  • This oil-like substance is the natural conditioner of your hair!
  • And they are full of iron and calcium.


  • Lentils and kidney beans packed with protein!
  • Promotes growth, contains iron, zinc and biotin. (Too short a biotin causes brittle hair)


  • Walnuts are high in omega-3 fatty acids.
  • Cashews, pecans, almonds contain a lot of zinc. (A zinc deficiency causes lifeless hair)

Whole grain

  • Opt for whole wheat bread and cereal.
  • This way you get enough zinc, iron and vitamin b.


  • Chicken and Turkey is packed with iron and protein,
  • If you are short of this, your hair can lose its color.


  • Eggs are full of proteins!
  • Biotin and Vitamin B-12.

Low-fat dairy products

  • Full of calcium,
  • In addition, they contain two sources of protein.

Eat a varied diet. If you eat enough of these nutrients, there is a good basis for healthy hair!
In addition, the right products tailored to your hair with good advice ensure a beautiful bunch of hair, without fluff.

Why a good product with lots of nutrition is important for your hair you can read here:

CG friendly?
I am in favor of CG. friendly products! Yet not all silicones are bad by definition! There are water-soluble silicones that do a fantastic job where needed! Do not make silicone samples!

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Why Frizzy Hair? what helps?

Why frizzy hair?

Why frizzy hair comes in the first place?

Well, put simply, frizz means it tries to curl. Have you ever heard someone say they have straight hair, but it's frizzy hair? Sorry, but that means it's not really straight. If you have curls, have you ever straightened them and gone out in moisture or a rainstorm? What is happening? Yes, frizz! So first of all, if you frizz hair, you have to accept that you have at least some form of natural wave or bend in your hair. When it creases, it reacts to the moisture in the air and tries to do what it wants: curls!

So what can be done to prevent this?

Is there a way to help frizzy hair? This is the best way to protect curly hair from frizz. First, stop using sulfate shampoos on your hair. If you want to know exactly what sulfates do, you can read our blog post here. Sulphates sprinkle way too much moisture from the hair, so naturally the hair wants to absorb moisture from the environment! Sounds logical, doesn't it?
Curls also need moisture to bloom. If you want smooth, defined, frizz-free curls (who doesn't?), It's a rule that you should moisturize them. And that doesn't mean you can just use an old daily conditioner that you pick up at the drugstore. (Sorry!)

There is a reason why some products cost more

- because they have better ingredients! It's like food for your hair: if you want your curls to look healthy and frizz-free, you need to feed them what they need. Wet them well, leave some conditioner in, and style with a moisturizing product such as Controlled Chaos Curl Cream. That may sound like a humectant, but trust us - your curls will thank you!
When your curls are properly moistened, they will be the best version of their curly selves and will not attempt to draw water from the atmosphere. So think of hydration as a kind of nutrition for your hair and preventative frizz protection. Because if your hair is already hydrated, it doesn't scream for more!
So, yes, frizz-free curls are attainable Haarmode Monique and Controlled Chaos can help you reach them. Hydrated hair is frizz-free hair. Time to defeat the enemy once and for all.


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Curly hair and silicone bad? or necessary?

Curly hair and silicone bad? or necessary!

Silicones…. may or may not????

You have heard some general statements in recent years about silicones in hair products that are devil, especially for curly hair. Many curl experts say "avoid them at all costs!" While others say, "They are good, what's the problem?" And if you google it, it will bring up articles and opinions covering all areas of the spectrum. Then you get frustrated, roll your eyes and surf to the latest cat video on YouTube, right? But deep down you really want to know the facts. You are determined and today is the day you go out to investigate. However?


Silicones are used in hair products because they actually have many benefits. They provide smoothness (for easier detangling of the hair). Spread and create a protective layer that retains moisture in the hair. Make products easier to apply evenly. Help control frizz and add shine, seal hair, help protect hair color from fading and make styling easier. As you can see, they are not only processed as a filler. They serve a purpose!

Why are we talking about using or avoiding silicone?

If, like many curlies, you use any form of sulfate-free shampoo. Your products may not remove all silicones unless those silicones have been modified to be water soluble. (PEG-modified silicones are all water soluble.) Some of the more commonly used silicones (such as dimethicone and cyclomethicone) are not. However, there are many cleaning agents that contain gentle surfactants. (like cocamidopropyl betaine or coco betaine, which are derived from coconut oil) that remove silicones, so don't believe it when someone says, “Sulfates are the only thing that removes silicone! is not true!


So they got a bad name. Many people learn that silicone builds up even after a few uses and that they build up so much over time that they eventually block moisture from being absorbed by the hair, and hair will become brittle and lifeless. In reality, they don't build endlessly and probably wouldn't even build up enough to reach the moisture protection point. So use your judgment… if a product works for your curls, go with it! The odds are just as good that you could use a silicone-free product that won't work for your curls at all. Works both ways!


Like everything else, there is no black and white when it comes to silicone. All cones are not created equal, just as no two people have the same hair. What works for your hair may not work for your friend's hair or your sister's hair. The fact is that while some ingredients of the product should be avoided, silicone is not necessarily one of them. In fact it contains Controlled Chaos Curl Crème amodimethicone, a silicone that, when used with water, releases its hold on the hair, so it rinses out completely! So you see that it is not just all-or-nothing when it comes to the "cones". So do not immediately rule out a product and do not be afraid of them! it is never permanent! So go ahead and try the product! You will be amazed.