Curls Souffle....

.....is it a staple in your routine, and if so any tips on how to use it?
3c-4a; Protein Sensitive(forms of wheat, keratin, soy and anything "hydrolyzed"). My hair hates coconut oil and jojoba oil(sometimes).
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Now I know that there is a PJ out there....somewhere that has experimented with this. I have nearly a full jar of this stuff that's on its way and a half of jar that I'm currently using, both acquired from swaps. So....I have Souffle coming out of my ears! I like the moisture that it imparts, but the application process is a bit rough. I need some product ideas that'll give it more slip. Thanks in advance!

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3c-4a; Protein Sensitive(forms of wheat, keratin, soy and anything "hydrolyzed"). My hair hates coconut oil and jojoba oil(sometimes).
http://photobucket.com/teshon PW: crazycurls
Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/teshonandfamily
I don't use this now, but I did attempt it in the past, I used it over Curls Milkshake and got results in terms of softness and definition and it looked ok in pictures but to me it was looking like it was dull and had that product-y look to it.
I prefered the smell of this to the curls spiral cream but I prefered the results of the SC.
I managed to get through one jar then I found and settled on BB products.
Long thick curls, mix of 3b/3c
I don't use this now, but I did attempt it in the past, I used it over Curls Milkshake and got results in terms of softness and definition and it looked ok in pictures but to me it was looking like it was dull and had that product-y look to it.
I prefered the smell of this to the curls spiral cream but I prefered the results of the SC.
I managed to get through one jar then I found and settled on BB products.
Originally Posted by curlycaramel
Thanks for sharing I do like the fluffy, light texture it has. It did seem to soften my curls, but the frizz I got during application was out of this world! I tried it with a few different products, but still couldn't get it to go on easier. Unfortunately, I had the same problem with Curls Milkshake. No slip what so ever! The only way I got it to work was with a gel.
3c-4a; Protein Sensitive(forms of wheat, keratin, soy and anything "hydrolyzed"). My hair hates coconut oil and jojoba oil(sometimes).
http://photobucket.com/teshon PW: crazycurls
Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/teshonandfamily
I used mine also with the curls whipped cream. I don't know what the heck it's supposed to do, but that's why I got a sample. I used it over their quenched and goddess glaze. My hair was OKAY.
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I used this in the winter time with KCCC and I loved the combination. When it starting warming up, it just didn't work for me anymore. I still have some left that I'm saving for the fall/winter.
i bought this last month and it's just sitting in the cabinet. i used it a few times. i wanna love it because it smells sooooooo good, but it just doesn't really do anything for me. i was disappointed. i may try to combine it with KCCC, that sounds like a good idea!
I have a full tub of this stuff. It smells good but does nothing. it's like a hair lotion. I tried it with goddess glaze and KCCC. Nothing special at all. It also seemed to dry my hair out and make it very dull which was disheartening.
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