question for you ladies who conditioner only style: do you use a lighter or heavier condish for every day use?
Originally Posted by Fmasuhr
i don't always do conditioner only styling, but i do it often. my hair is very dry, so mostly i use a deep conditioner as leave in. i rotate with cj hibiscus and banana deep fix, spiral solutions deeply decadent, cj beauticurls leave in. i do use other conditioners, but not for a conditioner only day.

and, since spiral solutions deeply decadent is great in my hair but is a rich conditioner, i sometimes use another conditioner that is a little lighter as a leave in, blot excess water, then add spiral solutions dd as a curl cream. ssdd works great this way! and sometimes i use cj curl rehab as leave in or on top as curl cream.

everyone's hair is different. i have seen hair that is very curly and fine that looks great with only cj beauticurls leave in.

you have to experiment and see what your hair likes. if you need more during the day, you can spread some conditioner on your hands, the run a little water over your hands, then run it onto hair --that very little water helps to emulsify the conditioner and prevent the frizzies. or, you can target one or two curls/sections of hair that seem dry, and add a little conditioner down the length without risking frizzies.
Originally Posted by rbb

thank for that, i started using the rainforest moisture from the body shop, n thats really good, i just use it as a leave in and as a dt. its rather heavy but it seems to shape my curls really nicely. i tend to mix it with a bit of oil in my palms, i dont seem to get the fizzy's when i do that.
i ordered, (i think it was) shea moisture condish, and see how that goes, im not quiet sure if its heavy or not. have to see.
though i wouldnt mind it being a lighter one just so i can try it and see if its better.

my hair: 3c, high porosity, high density and coarse hair (i think i finally figured that all out)
my hair loves conditioner only styling!
my hair goal length is bra strap length when curly.

I also blog about my hair journey, please feel free to read and comment/ask questions http://www.naturallycurly.com/blogs/...air-blogs/2494