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Pantene's got a new line specifically designed for those of us with some spring in our strands! Pantene Curly Hair Series tackles the issues curlies face so we can embrace our natural hair texture and curl pattern. From cleansing to styling and even deep treatments, the products in this line work together to give you repaired, moisturized, frizz-free curls every time.

If you love the wash n' go look, the Curly Hair Series can help!

To start off, cleanse the hair with the Dry to Moisturized Shampoo. It gently removes previous product build up without stripping the hair. Moisturizing ingredients work to reduce the friction and rough feeling we often get after using other shampoos. Properly cleansed hair will be more responsive to conditioner and styling products.

Next, apply the Dry to Moisturized Conditioner. It's got moisturizing slip, perfect for detangling curly hair. It coats the hair to protect it from damage and drying out.

As a special treat, Pantene Curly Hair Series also has a Deep Moisture Treatment. Work it into the hair from tip to root, and remember to focus on your ends or other damaged sections of your curls. Take this time to detangle with a wide-toothed comb. The Deep Moisture Treatment only needs to sit on the hair for 5 minutes! Rinse with lukewarm or cool water to close the cuticle and increase the shine. Over time, the treatment will add the manageability and definition of your curls!

To style in your natural curl pattern, divide your hair into easy to manage sections. Usually, a combination of products get the desired defined look. Pantene Curly Hair Series Anti-Frizz Straightening Creme and Curl Defining Mousse work together to get smooth and defined shiny curls. Combine a squirt of both products into your palms, emulsify, and run through each section of wet hair from root to tip. The Anti-Frizz Straightening Creme works as a serum—even though you're not flat ironing your hair, it will smooth down the cuticles and prevent flyaways. The Curl Defining Mousse provides the hold that'll keep your curls in tact all day.

After applying to each section, use a diffuser attachment to dry the hair without blowing a gust of air and disturbing the curl formation.

The result: shiny, defined and moisturized curls from Pantene!

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Pantene Pro V Curly Hair Series Dry to Moisturized Shampoo and Conditioner is WONDERFUL! I really like how my hair felt moisturized. The shampoo is a great moisturizing shampoo and the conditioner has GREAT slip!
I love what lauraaah says, because I have a friend who's currently in hair school, and she said the exact same thing about pantene! lol Even the super moisturizing formulas make my hair feel like dry straw. Also, every time you turn around they're pulling one specialize formula they make and replacing it with something else. So even if it *does* work for you, you have to buy 20 bottles or the product will be gone next time you go to buy it. Makes you wonder, doesn't it? :-/
I'm disappointed that pantene pro-v is being highlighted on naturallycurly.com. When I was in hair school, we called pantene (and similarly constructed products) the Evil P's because they are basically water, detergents (like the stuff you clean and sanitize greasy dishes with, not your body or scalp!), and other chemicals. They also don't improve your hair whatsoever. They make it worse then make it appear smoother so it masks the damage. /Huff.
Actually I checked out the mousse the other day, looks pretty CG to me! Besides, I'm a wavy that can tolerate sulfates so it's not so bad.
Sorry Pro-V, your product, the deep treatment conditioner went into the round can when I went CG. Do you wonder why? I don't, look at your ingredients....Ingredients Water, Stearyl Alcohol, Bis-Aminopropyl Dimethicone, Behentrimonium Chloride, Cetyl Alcohol, Fragrance, Benzyl Alcohol, Disodium EDTA, Panthenol, Panthenyl Ethyl Ether, Sodium Hydroxide, Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Methylisothiazolinone
This Pantene sounds HORRIBLE. I don't know why this is posted here. Pantene is filled with horrible chemicals that are horrible for the hair. Don't waste your time on this crap.
haha Just signed Gaby and Racerwife's comments. I always look at NC's ads, and wonder if they realize that most of their users don't consider these Non CG products... **ugh cough keratin treatment cough cough**
Ditto what GabyRM915 said! Not to mention the fact that it doesn't work AT ALL on my hair (used it when the line changed earlier in 2010). I USED to be a devoted Pantene fan until the "new and improved" (if you can call it that) line came out. Gross. ...And now I won't even consider Pantene for the simple reason it isn't CG friendly. ...Where is that "dislike" button, anyway?
I like the fact that pantene is paying attention to us curly girls, but I'm confused as to why they haven't researched what is good and bad for our hair! I checked curlmart and their shampoo is PACKED with sulfates! Also, the conditioner has sodium hydroxide in it, which for me is a huge no-no (it's in relaxers). These products are not even CG friendly :(

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