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Yodel Toast

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February 19 2013 3:25 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
What do you guys use? I use this organic Shea Moisture stuff for black hair because it smells good and I like it better than other stuff I've used. I still have a lot of issues with detangling though and would really like to find a great conditioner. My hair is really thick and curly and I only wash it twice a week, tops.




Anyone ever try that Alterna Caviar Seasilk Shampoo and Conditioner? I've heard great things, but the person who told me has straight hair, so I don't know how bad hers gets tangled. Mine is a fucking mess.

Also, anyone ever try than Wen stuff?
Jess.
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February 19 2013 3:38 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
I really don't use anything special.

Current shampoo/conditioner:



For straightening:


For frizz:


Split ends:

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Higgs boson
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February 19 2013 3:46 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Baking soda and water. Sometimes vinegar....
Tim E. Husk
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February 19 2013 3:55 PM   QuickQuote Quote  


or a hat, or nothing.
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February 19 2013 4:24 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Higgs boson
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February 19 2013 4:24 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by: Yodel Toast


Also, anyone ever try than Wen stuff?



Wen is nice, cancelled it though after a month because it honestly didn't do shit other than make my hair look super oily, but first day washes were great.
Yodel Toast
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February 19 2013 4:30 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by: Higgs boson

Originally posted by: Yodel Toast


Also, anyone ever try than Wen stuff?



Wen is nice, cancelled it though after a month because it honestly didn't do shit other than make my hair look super oily, but first day washes were great.



I'm weary of anything that is a shampoo/conditioner combination. I worry that it wouldn't have enough slip to it so that I could get a comb through it afterward.
Yodel Toast
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February 19 2013 4:32 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Jess does that stuff really work on split ends? Would you say it's better than Infusium 23?
Jess.
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February 19 2013 5:46 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
I think it works pretty well, plus Target has it in the back as a two-for-one deal. I don't get my hair cut as often as I should (this weekend will be the first time in probably five months) and my ends are doing well considering. I haven't used Infusium in years so I can't really compare the two. I just can't justify spending a ton of money on hair products when I'm ruining it by straightening it daily anyway.
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February 19 2013 5:56 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Hey steph, my friend Stef (lol no really) has extremely curly hair, like it will dread if she isnt careful, and she has been using this leave-in that has been making her hair feel amazing. I felt it after several days of not washing and ot was great, not greasy and super soft and touchable.
It's by a company called Mixed Chicks haha.. stupid phone wont let me post a pic.
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November 30 2013 1:18 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
I am a hair stylist. I recommend to use vinegar sometimes and oil regularly to nourish your hair. Any shampoo and conditioner will do well if it suits your hair. These oil and vinegar will also help you to have healthy hair to resist in hair trends of hair color, hair extensions.
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November 30 2013 7:35 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by: fronicaduc

I am a hair stylist. I recommend to use vinegar sometimes and oil regularly to nourish your hair. Any shampoo and conditioner will do well if it suits your hair. These oil and vinegar will also help you to have healthy hair to resist in hair trends of hair color, hair extensions.


does it contain the mother?
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December 13 2013 4:45 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
Would like to suggest mizani natural hair products ...I thoroughly enjoyed it's results..They are mind blasting!!!!
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December 13 2013 3:56 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
I use whatever my wife buys
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July 13 2015 9:45 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
I bought Soap Shea Moisture African Black Soap, though online and offline, you can see a variety of its variants. It has been laying a couple of months in my closet, and then i decided finally to open it. My first thought was - what a magical aroma. Soap amazing smells something sweet and tasty (and I want to bite off a bit). Maybe bananas, nuts and flowers. The smell is quite persistent - now I have the whole bath smell them, while it is very pleasant, non-irritating and natural. And also that smell makes some magic effect on my mind working, really i've complete writing an article on click here for link in just one hour. That was my experience.
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