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Old 06-24-2011, 12:10 PM   #6
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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.
Does this method give you clumping? I'm careful with the use of my Denman, since I'm not a huge fan of too much clumping. If this gives less, it would be awesome.


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