Good point! She used the moisture line of the Eufora products on me and I bought them. It's the moisture shampoo, conditioner, leave-in conditioner, and the mousse like product. The thing I don't like is that it doesn't seem to make my hair as soft and the curls don't really become bouncy or defined unless I use a diffuse (lowest setting on Cool). I asked her if I should use the DevaCurl line and she said that seemed to dry out her hair and the tea tree shampoo and conditioner I was using she said I should be careful with tea tree because depending on how much I use, it can dry out my hair. They were sulfate free though. I'm not really sure what else to try, any suggestions? I'd like to only buy one brand and not have to go with a shampoo from one line and then a completely different conditioner.

I do like that the conditioner and the styling products are super lightweight and they are aloe based. I don't know if they are silicone and sulfate free though.
Originally Posted by hcook5528
I was the same way as far as wanting all of my products to be from the same product line. However, through trial and error (and money spent) I have been able to get good results from mixing products as you can see from my signature; and many others with signatures I find use a variety of products.

As for product suggestions many of the more experienced curlies will likely recommend you learn your hair properties first if you haven't already, this way you will have a better idea of what kind of products/ingredients you should try. You may want to consider a hair analysis. I did and I think it has helped alot. I'm considering the Goosefootprints analysis which seems more thorough then the one I had done.
3b/3c
Fine, Long, High Density, Normal Porosity, Normal Elasticity

Products
CoWash: AIA Coconut CoWash
RO: Tresemme Naturals
LI: GDLI
Styler: KCCC