Butters...my new love

DW--
I took your advice and applied Runner's butter to wet hair (that was your suggestion, right?) my hair is still wet... so we'll see what happens.
Originally Posted by wavy wonder
How'd the butter on wet hair work?

Is Runner's butter worth the $$$? It seems like so much for four ounces...or am I just a tightwad?

I've got to order some of that simple aloe jelly.
Originally Posted by eklecktika
Runner's Emollience is the nicest butter I've ever used. And I have two from shescentit--the Gillian and I forget the other. I actually forget I have them.

Today, I tried a product combination for someone. Wasn't the best. I smoothed some of Runner's jelly on my hair, wet my hands and scrunched. It calmed the frizz and tightened the curls. I was just doing a sample of the Emollience--there was a little left on the utensil I was using, so I smoothed that on. It just sank into my low porosity hair! Butters don't usually do that for me!
3a (Corkicelli), highlighted, fine, low porosity
modified CG, since April '07
CG since 3/11/08

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HGs: Anything Sevi; Curly Kinks Satin Roots, Curlycue ReNew and Coil Jam; homemade FSG and okra gel; soap bars; UFD Curly Magic (now Hello Curly Curl Stimulater); Botanical Spirits Jellies, CJ Repair Me, Aloe Fix and CCCC
DW--
I took your advice and applied Runner's butter to wet hair (that was your suggestion, right?) my hair is still wet... so we'll see what happens.
Originally Posted by wavy wonder
How'd the butter on wet hair work?

Is Runner's butter worth the $$$? It seems like so much for four ounces...or am I just a tightwad?

I've got to order some of that simple aloe jelly.
Originally Posted by eklecktika
I definitely think it's worth it, BUT I only use one finger swipe over the top (not even half a pea size, maybe a quarter) to smooth over my hair. My jar should last me a while.
FIA: 2b/cFii
normal porosity
You seriously cannot mention being a tightwad while I know you use BB's smoothie condish hahaha.

(btw, don't ever take me seriously
Originally Posted by goobernut
LOL...Goob, sounds like me. Fifty percent of what I say is tongue in cheek, and the other half is likely to be as well.

Actually, the $60 I dropped on my BB collection is WHY my PJ is on a very short, very strong, CHAIN. With a prong collar and electric fence surrounding my pocketbook.

And durn you Kathy, to the deepest realm of Aruba. Now I'm gonna have to get some of that stuff. Oh well. I'm gonna PM you later in the day for some sample size stuff too.


We really need a good PJ icon. Mine looks like the hungry monster from Weight Watchers. Only with really fabulous, sproingy curls. Sorta like _<insert tremendously long list of folks with really awesome hair>_.

Albeit orange.
"It's a wonder God suffers so many fools, what with lightening so cheap"~Mark Twain

Lady Eklecktika Fidens of Caduceus
DW--
I took your advice and applied Runner's butter to wet hair (that was your suggestion, right?) my hair is still wet... so we'll see what happens.
Originally Posted by wavy wonder
Bumping this to see how you liked this technique, Wavy.

I just got Runner's emollience yesterday. Tried it on my naked hair (after I posted pics in the other thread) and didn't like it so much. I'm going to experiment over the next few days.
Mostly sure I'm a 2b/Mii
Just starting out (and brining the entire family along for the ride):
CO-wash...V05 Moisture Milks Passion Fruit Smoothie
Rinse-out Conditioner...Garnier Fructis Fortifying Cream Conditioner Moisture Works for Dry or Damaged Hair
Leave-in Conditioner...Garnier Fructis Leave-In Conditioning Cream Sleek and Shine
Gel...Herbal Essences Totally Twisted Curl Scrunching Gel
Wish me luck!

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