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Old 10-31-2012, 10:35 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by elizard View Post
You should use the products that work for your hair. For instance if your hair is dry you should use a moisturizer. It doesn't matter if its marketed towards black people or white people. Base your product decisions on the ingredients not the packaging. The checkout lady questioned me when I bought ufdcm but oh well. It works.
I just remembered some white and curly friends of mine absolutely love Pantene R and N because it really moisturizes their hair. They told me everything they go to pay the checkout people shoot them strange looks. But they don't care one bit. I also recall someone on Curl Talk who is white saying she was upser because she was at Sally's asking about As I Am and the sales person told her it wasn't for her type of hair because she's white.
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