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Old 03-29-2010, 05:27 AM   #1
 
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Anyone have any reviews on curlisto, and if so does it keep your soft and define for a few days
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Old 03-29-2010, 02:39 PM   #2
 
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The curlisto method or the actual products?

I think the method is a great quick way to shingle...my hair doesnt like to be shingled,but for someone whose does ...

Now about the products...after seeing the curlisto video, I must admit I didnt like how it made the models hair look, her hair looked great before applying all of it, but who knows with a different technique than what was used in the video others may like it...
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i meant the products , though i understand what you mean
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I thought the products were garbage. But I use the most natural products possible, so my hair no longer responds to things like silicone. The method made me look like a wet puppy...a la some of the Miss Jessie's girls. But it the was the first time my hair looked that defined. The top reminded me of Rick James, but it was interesting b/c I wondered if I had been mistyped lol. My hair was so loose, it looked texturized.
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I thought the products were garbage. But I use the most natural products possible, so my hair no longer responds to things like silicone. The method made me look like a wet puppy...a la some of the Miss Jessie's girls. But it the was the first time my hair looked that defined. The top reminded me of Rick James, but it was interesting b/c I wondered if I had been mistyped lol. My hair was so loose, it looked texturized.
ooook which one did you use from miss jessie you use
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Old 04-05-2010, 05:28 PM   #6
 
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im annoyed with the videos... they have a girl who is using the products on "kiny coily hair".... HER HAIR IS NO WHERE NEAR my 3C/4a mix. LIES!...

im upset.

lol damnit.
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she could have had the silkner ...
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I thought the products were garbage. But I use the most natural products possible, so my hair no longer responds to things like silicone. The method made me look like a wet puppy...a la some of the Miss Jessie's girls. But it the was the first time my hair looked that defined. The top reminded me of Rick James, but it was interesting b/c I wondered if I had been mistyped lol. My hair was so loose, it looked texturized.
ooook which one did you use from miss jessie you use
Are you asking me which MJ product I used? I used to use the curly pudding but that was going on 3 years ago. I was talking about the Curlisto products. The only time I've used them was when she used them on me at the salon. She used the structura lotion, control gel II, the gloss spray, and possibly the repair cream. Honestly, it was a lot of product and I didn't care for the way my hair looked or felt. My hair was very defined, but didn't look good. I'll probably never go anywhere else for a haircut thought!
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so you go there on a regular like every 3 months , and before about the MJ , yea i was asking product you use
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At Christo, you only have to go every 6 mths unless your hair is looser (maybe 3B and up). I was there at the end of November, I stopped in for a "check up" (lol) in January, and I'll be back for a cut at the end of May. Some people may go every 4 mths, but 3 probably wouldn't be necessary. I went that often at my old salon and I never had any length. It was completely pointless.
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how much do they charge
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Old 04-07-2010, 04:39 PM   #13
 
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if you are protein sensitive beware when using curlisto products!
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how is it otherwise, and do they sell it in ny or i gotta order it
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