Many years back I bought a DevaCare Kit with all full sized products in it. Plus, I purchased the Curly Girl Handbook too. I loved reading the handbook. But, the products didn't live up to any of my expectations. Plus, these products are very costly, and I ended up realizing that the DevaCurl line is not for me. I have naturally very dry hair. And, the products, I found at least for my hair wasn't providing it with any moisture. The longer I continued to use them, the drier my hair was actually becoming. Also, I find the products not to smell all that good either. So, I eventually ended up throwing all those products away.

I had been on the fence for a long time about trying the Jessicurl line. As I had this same feeling that it wouldn't be moisturizing to my naturally dry curls really at all. And, I have spent a ton of money on hair products, and I don't have anymore to waste. Based upon you ladies experiences with both lines, I feel that Jessicurl products wouldn't benefit my hair more so than the DevaCurl products did.

The most expensive brands of products that I currently use in my hair is Mixed Chicks and It's A10. Otherwise, the rest of the products I use come from either CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, or Sally's and they are highly affordable (costing less than $10) and do work for my hair.
3b Hair- low density, high porosity, scalp eczema suffer

Ketocanozole 2% Shampoo
Elucence Moisture Benefits Shampoo
DB Daily Conditioning Cleansing Cream
Follicleanse DS Shampoo

DB Pumpkin Conditioner
Proclaim Shea Butter Moisturizing Conditioner
Follicleanse DS Moisturizing Conditioner

Kenalog Topical Spray
Cloderm Cream 0.1%

Cantu Moisturizing Curl Activator Cream
DB Sweet Cocoa Bean Moisturizing Hair Whip

Last edited by Reservechic; 06-25-2014 at 04:58 PM.