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JENCURL2 06-29-2005 10:29 AM

Batia & Aleeza gel users..help plz..
 
I have B&A gel, but just can't get it to work for me. It always makes my hair so crunchy. Do you all use it on its own or w/ a leave in? How much do you use and how long is your hair?

My hair is semi-fine naturally wavy/curly. Leaveins tend to weigh it down.

TIA!

skywatcher 06-29-2005 10:40 AM

I always use a leave-in, it is never very crunchy & if it is easily srunched out. I use Elucence MBC as a leave-in. Many different types of curlies have been using this co with great success.

Also, I think that mayim is having good luck with the Giovanni Vitapro Fusion as a leave-in. It is a nice light leave-in, does not weigh down the hair.

HTH! :D

JENCURL2 06-29-2005 10:52 AM

Thanks so much! Is the Elucence MBC light enough for a fine wavy/curly?TIA!

skywatcher 06-29-2005 11:04 AM

I'm pretty sure that there are fine curlies on the site that are using the Elucence. It is a "smart" formula that is not supposed to over or under condition. I just love this stuff!! :love:love.gif

I have mostly a coarse texture, so I cannot really speak from experience as to how fine hair reacts to it. Maybe a fine hair curlie will jump in & tell you for sure. :D

Kurlee 06-29-2005 01:51 PM

I have noticed that I can't use much leave in under the B&A gel. It's like it is too much and my hair almost look oily (but doesn't feel like it).
I always get crunch too but I remove it while it is drying and when it is dry. After that I have soft curls.
Also, I have to make sure not to use too much of this products other wise it turns out ugly looking and way too crunchy. I use about 2 quarter sized puddles all over.


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