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Old 06-23-2011, 05:46 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by Marci Pie View Post
When I use the Denman I make sure the conditioner is in first and I start at the bottom and work my way up.

This week I have been experimenting with using a fine tooth comb.

I put all my products in and section my hair. Then I take a very small row and comb thru. Then I repeat until all of my hair as been combed thru. Then I use a t-shirt and scrunch. This gets the curls to form.

Then you would air dry or diffuse, then SOTC.

I have had 2 people stop me this week and want to touch my hair. The curls have been defined and very moisturized.
I may have to try that. Of course, it will take me forever to comb through all my hair, lol.
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