I've used and liked it. I think the key is to not be too heavy handed with the stuff... if my hair felt wet after using it, thats when it got a bit sticky and frizzy, but if I just use a few squirts all over, it adds nice volume and helps redefine curls.
I have used it some. Not very happy with it either. I rarely use it and I feel like Pixicurl that it gets sticky in the hair sometimes. Can't use much of it. For some reason I like to use it sometimes though...
I got Mister Right at Devachan about 2 years ago, but it smelled like vinegar to me! I promptly gave it the heave-ho, thinking it must have been a bad batch. But months later, my local hair stylist used it and it smelled like vinegar to me then, too. Maybe it's just me - anyone else?
2bFi Avalon Organics Lavender Shampoo & Conditioner, Giovanni 50/50 Balancing Hair Remoisturizer as Leave-In, Kiehl's Clean & Clear Styling Gel
I think it smells pretty heavy on the lavendar. Supposedly that has antiseptic propoerties - it could definitely knock out bad smelling hair like from cigarettes. I think I like the smell of Aura Rosemary Leave-in better, it's cheaper and they work pretty similarly for me.
Both have to be used sparingly, I start by spraying it on the underneath layers with my hair flipped upside-down. Then add more and reshape curls.
If I need to add a little more moisture to my hair, I use a mist of water so that I don't get too producty/sticky, but this is preventative based on others' comments. I've never felt like it was too much.
It's also what they use at Devachan to add moisture when setting pincurls into dry hair, and works well to reactivate Angell, etc, for this purpose.
CG since 7/04 2a/3a Carlos:"Strong wavy"
Fine brunette Cut to shoulder length from past bsl - love it shorter = curlier!
Spirals in summer Wavy S's in winter
MOP c-system hydrating poo & moisture complex