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Join Date: Jul 2009
Tuesday, September 15, 2009 at 11:47AM
You can try Suave Naturals Coconut conditioner. Its readily available and I don't think it will be too much for your fine hair. If it is any other Suave Naturals line would do. I thought the coconut would be good because it has protein in it which is good for fine hair.
To get more product suggestions, we would have to know the porosity level of your hair and if your hair is dry and frizzy. You can do the following test.
1. Your hair soaks up water easily. Your hair dries quickly. Your hair absorbs the hair dye quicker than the time indicated on the box. When you run your finger along a strand of hair from end to root, it is bumpy. = porous hair
2. Your hair takes a long time to soak up water, long time to dry, takes longer time to dye. When you run your finger up the strand it is silky smooth. = low porosity.
3. Anything else is probably normal porosity.
3a/b, very dry, fine/med-coarse, high porosity
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