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Old 07-09-2011, 05:53 PM   #11
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Mega silk...no 'cones and smells great . Next time I want to try grapeseed or argan oil.
Thats the exact same one I use. No problem w/my curls reverting after I straighten either!

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Grapeseed oil from whole foods. Withstands heat up to 475 degrees
When I was researching oils that was one of the things I liked about grapeseed oil. I use it daily in my spritz as well as add it to my conditioners for detangling to add more slip, however I've been afraid to use it as a heat protectant...thought I might burn my hair off! LOL. How exactly do you apply yours and do you use it for blowdrying, flat iron,etc?
I apply the grapeseed oil while I'm detangling & sectioning for blowdrying. You only need to use a dime size amount per section, or else you hair will be overly saturated when your done blow drying! :-)
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