Favoirite Conditioner for Washing?

Hi. For those of you who do CO washes, have you found a conditioner that really cleans well for you? One that doesn't weigh down the hair, but actually does moisturize?

So far I'm liking Suave Citrus Smoothie. I also like VO5 Kiwi and Lime Squeeze, but only use it once a week in case it might be drying.
2b. Dark Golden Blond. Very fine texture. Medium thickness. Thrilled to find waves!!!
Hey Lisa-
I rotate between Suave milk and honey, citrus, and VO5 Kiwi. I try to use the VO5 on the days when I am oilier. Do you also condition your ends when you CO wash? I do-if I don't, I am really tangly. I don't seem to have a problem with drying except in certain parts, and I think that's from hairspray. I noticed you said in aonther post that your waves drooped. Did you use the Gel/Awe with a gel on top? I've never used the stuff, but maybe gel would give a little hold? I emailed Jessie to see if her products would work for me, and she recommended squirting Gelebration in your hand first, then distributing it in the hair. She also recommended a small( a pea or 1/2 pea sized) amount of CCSS in the palm first, then spray Gelebration on it, then scrunch in hair. She said that might give more wave enhancement. Also, do you clip up your roots? that might keep the weight of your hair from pulling down your waves. HTH-as if I'm some kind of expert! I'm struggling, too!

2AFi, basically baby hair. CO wavy routine since 2/05. CO wash with Suave, VO5. Nexxus Ensure and TJ nourish condish. HE HDG or Pantene Scrunching spray gel.Powerful addiction to hair spray!
suave milk & honey
Modified CG since 9/03. 2B/3A. JESSICURL!!! Gentle Poo, Aloeba, Gelebration, Awe; or Mop Top Poo & Condish; Curlisto Mousse & Gel I. Winter: Elucence MB Clarify, Shampoo & Conditioner. ACV & honey rinses. Plop & Pixiecurl diffuse. Password: curls
Thanks for the info, Barelyacurl. For me, the Milk & Honey seems a little heavy. Harder to rinse out. I still plan to try more of the VO5 conditioners.
2b. Dark Golden Blond. Very fine texture. Medium thickness. Thrilled to find waves!!!
I have been using Pantene Deep Treatment for colored hair. It comes in a tube. I would not recommend it, I think it is really weighing my hair down. I've also learned that it's full of cones, so cross it off your list. Besides, it costs about eight times as much as Suave and V05!
what about suave aloe or sea breeze?
Modified CG since 9/03. 2B/3A. JESSICURL!!! Gentle Poo, Aloeba, Gelebration, Awe; or Mop Top Poo & Condish; Curlisto Mousse & Gel I. Winter: Elucence MB Clarify, Shampoo & Conditioner. ACV & honey rinses. Plop & Pixiecurl diffuse. Password: curls
im really liking suave's aloe vera and vo5's extra body as co washes...i have citrus smoothie but haven't tried it yet, i think i might try it tomorrow. any 2a's like suave's lavender? im thinking about picking that up as well.
I haven't tried the Lavender, but I saw where somebody else really liked it.
2b. Dark Golden Blond. Very fine texture. Medium thickness. Thrilled to find waves!!!
I like the Suave Aloe Vera, but I haven't tried the Sea Breeze- I didn't really like the smell!


2AFi, basically baby hair. CG wavy since 2/05. current faves: Suave and Vo5 CO, Nexxus Ensure condish, Aussie Tizz no frizz and gel+h20 (thanks, Ava!) Trying to kick my hairspray habit.
I like the Suave Naturals Mango&Peach, as well as the Tropical Coconut, but if you're a 2a all over, then the Trop. Coconut might be too heavy.
3a/2c f/mii. pics added 2/3/07
Luckily I don't like coconut anyway!

Lisa
2b. Dark Golden Blond. Very fine texture. Medium thickness. Thrilled to find waves!!!
Are ALL the Suave Naturals cone free?
I think so, but I'm not positive.

I looked at your pictures. Your hair looks a lot like mine except for the color.

Lisa
2b. Dark Golden Blond. Very fine texture. Medium thickness. Thrilled to find waves!!!
Now I'm trying to use up some Garnier Fructis conditioner, I don't remember which one. I think it's too heavy for a 2a, and it's not cg friendly. It smells great, though, I'll give it that!

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