Leave-in "grabbing" your hair OR leave-ins that DON'T have slip
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Join Date: Mar 2009
Saturday, January 16, 2010 at 11:36AM
Thanks, I also didn't know what 'grabby' stands for.
I also think it's link to the porosity.
I've porous hair and I love conditioner with a lot of slip, like
. I directly fall in love with it because of the incredible slip it has.
For me, slip is more important with LI then with rinse out co. So when a rinse out co is light enough and has a lot of slip, I use it as a leave-in. It's the case with Yes to Tomatoes and Cucumber conditioners.
My hair tangle a lot and as soon as I apply LI that doesn't have enough slip, I feel like my hair want to tangle and it's more complicated to put my styler because I usually finger comb while applying it to distribute it better.
3B-A, colored, med texture-density, High porosity
AOHRS - CJHBDF - Mixed Chicks
: Eluence volume,YTT-YTC poo,
Suave Tropical - V05 Strawberries (water wash the rest)
Mop Top, Toe Shea, AOHRS, AOGBP
, Darcy Peach Kernel, Aloeba,YTT/YTC co,Christine Grant LI
, CJ CCC, DMMC, Mixed Chiks, BB Jellie Creme, HESMU, Mop Top gel, HPO curling pudding
(updated in June 2010)