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Hey guys, any recs for natural stylers that are lightweight but have lots of moisture? I use avg already. I have jessicurl but it makes my waves stringy. I'm curious about JCS nourish and shine as well as KCKT and KCCC and some others. Any suggestions? TIA!

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Hey guys, any recs for natural stylers that are lightweight but have lots of moisture? I use avg already. I have jessicurl but it makes my waves stringy. I'm curious about JCS nourish and shine as well as KCKT and KCCC and some others. Any suggestions? TIA!
Originally Posted by rymorg2
I think you read my other post in the detox thread, but I've just learned of My Honey Child Type 2 styling creme. I don't know anything about it, but the ingredients look good. (And she sells samples.) Maybe someone else will share an experience with it...
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I think you read my other post in the detox thread, but I've just learned of My Honey Child Type 2 styling creme. I don't know anything about it, but the ingredients look good. (And she sells samples.) Maybe someone else will share an experience with it...
Originally Posted by swirlygirl

I did read your post there, and I'd already had the MHC type 2 on my list of things to try......I'll probably start there and go from there. Thanks1

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I'm curious about JCS nourish and shine...
Originally Posted by rymorg2
i bought the jcs nourish and shine and have to say im not really impressed with it. i read that people use it to scrunch out the crunch but i go to work with my hair sopping wet and since im still there when it finally dries, i end up using dry hand to scrunch. i've tried using it on wet hair, dry hair and in-between hair but i dont like how it makes my hair look. it ends up looking wet, although very shiny. im thinking about just using it a a moisturizer in the winter when i get dry skin.
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I sampled MHC type 2 creme back in the early trying out CG days and wasn't all that impressed. Since it's been a while, I can't quite put my thumb down on why I didn't like it.
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I'm curious about JCS nourish and shine...
Originally Posted by rymorg2
i bought the jcs nourish and shine and have to say im not really impressed with it. i read that people use it to scrunch out the crunch but i go to work with my hair sopping wet and since im still there when it finally dries, i end up using dry hand to scrunch. i've tried using it on wet hair, dry hair and in-between hair but i dont like how it makes my hair look. it ends up looking wet, although very shiny. im thinking about just using it a a moisturizer in the winter when i get dry skin.
Originally Posted by madmb20
I find N&S too heavy to use as a styler on my medium to fine hair, but I do like it as a moisturizer. I use it on my skin, and I also like to work it into my hair before bed when it is feeling particularly dry.
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