Cherry Lola Treatment

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  • 1 Post By Always@night
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I was wondering if anyone has tried this treatment and if so how were your results?
I wouldn't dare try it, it would kill my hair. But, it all comes down to if your hair needs protein and, if so, how much and what type.
remember, with all advice or suggestions for your hair, YMMV!!
My hair:
2b wavy, medium texture, low porosity, med-high density. Protein finicky.
My routine:
Cleansing: DCNP, every 4-5 days (occasionally use CJ cleansers).
RO: CJSC, occasionally use JCDC
LI: KCKT or CJSL
Gel: KCCC, CJCIAB for 2nd day hair (sometimes third)

Heat is my friend: warm water rinses, steam caps, and diffuse dry. I love CLU cloths and my Denman.
As far as I know my hair likes protein, I recently did an apogee protein treatment 2 weeks ago and my hair loved it.(:

Last edited by Always@night; 12-17-2012 at 05:37 PM.
I tried it twice as a newbie. NEVER AGAIN!! Cherry Lola and coconut milk treatments are how I discovered I'm protein sensitive. Plus I found out baking soda is a no no. It was an awful mess of dryness and brittle hair for me which took a lot of TLC to recover. But I do love that it introduced me to buy my the Braggs Amino Acids. It is quite tasty and doesnt have the salt of soy sauce.
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Thank you for your input :-), what is wrong with baking soda if you don't mind me asking?
here is a link to a thread with a lot of discussion about it - I found it helpful.

http://www.naturallycurly.com/curlta...in-rocked.html
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Thank you very much I also found it helpful
I did it one time

My hair is protein sensitive but I have to keep my protein in balance so every
other month I do a treatment.

I only did it one time but I was way impressed. A Happy Nappy Affair: Cherry Lola Treatment

Only reason I never did it again is because I dont buy yogurt like that and if I do, Im eating it
Beautiful results and twist out! I'm happy it worked for you. :-)
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Thank you for your input :-), what is wrong with baking soda if you don't mind me asking?
Originally Posted by Always@night
For some people me included baking soda is very drying.
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I did it one time

My hair is protein sensitive but I have to keep my protein in balance so every
other month I do a treatment.

I only did it one time but I was way impressed. A Happy Nappy Affair: Cherry Lola Treatment

Only reason I never did it again is because I dont buy yogurt like that and if I do, Im eating it
Originally Posted by Cerendipity
+1 especially Greek yogurt. I'd prefer it in my stomach to on my hair. LoL
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I finally went to the health food store and brought the ingredients for the Cherry Lola Treatment
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Freshly washed dripping wet naked hair.
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100% Dry Naked Hair ( Then again i love standing under the shower head for a longggg time; frizz)
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I applied the Treatment and left it on for about 40 mins
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I poured water over my hair to rinse (opposed to standing under the relaxing shower head)
Naked Dripping Wet Hair
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And the results with HEHH as my leave in
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I loved the treatment my hair wasn't dry at all, and I saw a decrease in frizz. Also I learned that I prefer my yogurt loaded with flavor

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