Yes, if you start CG it's normal that your hair needs time to adjust. Personally, my hair get better... but that took about 6 weeks before I saw the improvement.
The frizz and/or dryness is also possible because of the dwpoints and humectants. This is a very important subject to learn about for caring for curly hair. I use different products with different humectants in it, depending on the dewpoints. For example, I can't use products with glycerin in my hair when the dewpoints are low.
What also can help to prevent dryness is using a leave-in conditioner. You can also use your rinse out conditioner as a leave-in too. Add a little of your silicone free conditioner when your hair is wet, and use the silicone free gel after the leave-in. Your hair will also become less dry when you don't use sulfates anymore. You'll start co-washing the next time you're going to clean and style your hair?
highlighted 3a hair. Fine, medium to high density. Not shure about porosity. Below shoulder blade lenght, aiming for waist!
loves: CJ products, co-washing, leave-in conditioner, prote´n, pineapple method, satin pillowcase
hates: glycerin in low dews, bleaching too much, scissor happy stylists
Experimenting with MSM&biotin and drying hair while wearing a braid or knot
CG since june 25, 2012
SL - APL - BSBL - BSL - MBL - WL (stretched)