Another great conditioner!

why did i even open the thread? the conditioner junkie strikes again! those ladies at ulta 3 need to give me stuff for free by now

update: so much for willpower...and i really like it!

loose 4a, silky meets cottony
routine: co-wash, add leave in or plain water, shake & go
staples: elucence poo & conditioners, V05 & suave naturals, jessicurl too shea, AO.
I used to LOVE this conditioner but they changed the formulation on me. It didn't work the same.

Water (Aqua), Behentrimonium Methosulfate, Cetearyl Alcohol, Cetyl Alcohol, Cetrimonium Chloride, Glycerin, Acetamide MEA, Tetrasodium EDTA, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, DMDM Hydantoin, Cetrimonium Bromide, PPG-2 Myristyl Ether Propionate, Pentaerythrityl Tetracaprylate/Tetracaprate, Stearyl Alcohol, Silk Amino Acids, D&C Orange 4, Fragrance (Parfum)



This is the formulation that I like. I wonder if I can find it somewhere else.
I went out and bought some from Ulta, and so far so good! I conditioned with it and used it as a leave-in under the Curls lotion (no extra oil just to see how moisturizing it really is). So far I love the results...I'll see how 2nd and 3rd day hair looks in comparison to my regular Abba Nourishing + oil.

And I love the scent! I'm really particular about smells on my head, but this one is nice and not too strong to me.

Give it a try!!!
3c/3b, fine-med strands, dry and porous, cottony/silky mix My goal: healthy, BSL curls.
My hair journal:
http://forums.longhaircommunity.com/...ad.php?t=18289
Uh Oh.....I will be getting this ASAP!
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I am in serious need of moisture. I dont know what's going on with my hair lately.

Anyway, has anyone tried the shampoo? Is it very moisturizing too?
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I found the shampoo very drying.
I found the shampoo very drying.
Originally Posted by sck
Same here. I did like the BedHead Self Absorbed shampoo though. Very moisturizing.
My hair type: 3C in the lower back, 3C/4A everywhere else... tons of coils from pencil diameter to watchspring

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I found the shampoo very drying.
Originally Posted by sck
Same here. I did like the BedHead Self Absorbed shampoo though. Very moisturizing.
Originally Posted by Bunny
Was the BedHead kind moisturizing enough for you to keep buying?
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I found the shampoo very drying.
Originally Posted by sck
Same here. I did like the BedHead Self Absorbed shampoo though. Very moisturizing.
Originally Posted by Bunny
Was the BedHead kind moisturizing enough for you to keep buying?
Originally Posted by ILuvCurlz
You know, I did buy it more than once, but I've since switched to a non-sulfate shampoo. But now that you mention it... I wouldn't be opposed to buying it again!
My hair type: 3C in the lower back, 3C/4A everywhere else... tons of coils from pencil diameter to watchspring

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Thanks! I think I'll be trying it soon!
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