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08-15-2013, 09:15 PM
Join Date: Mar 2012
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Well mostly my hair tends to be soft, but I screwed up recently by using a hellish henna concoction. So now I'm trying to condition well to maintain a proper moisture balance. Here's how I've been using YTC to aim for that moisture balance and to counteract possible drying from the sea salt it contains:
After co-washing or shampooing, I first finger-comb w/Biolage Conditioning Balm. I let the balm sit in my hair for about five minutes.
I rinse that out and apply the YTC. Lately I've been following all that up w/homemade FSG to further lock in moisture.
But I understand how expensive the balm is, and that it adds an extra step to the routine. Sally's does have a Biolage balm knock-off though which is just a fraction of the price.
How do you like the Biolage? I am so curious and might want to try the GVP version.
Medium, high porosity, thick density, & normal elasticity,
: Giovanni's TTT Shampoo
: Suave moroccan cond.
: Cantu Shea butter
: SM Elixir
: *IAGirl's PT or Giovanni's Smooth as Silk
: Aussie's moist 3 minute miracle
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