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Old 03-23-2006, 05:02 PM   #21
 
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I had very good results today with the paddle brush *after* putting in my gel (mixed with some honey). It's the last picture on page 2 of my album.
Your hair looks beautiful, Medussa.

What type of gel did you use? The gel did not get hard while you were brushing it?
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Old 03-23-2006, 05:07 PM   #22
 
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I had very good results today with the paddle brush *after* putting in my gel (mixed with some honey). It's the last picture on page 2 of my album.
Your hair looks beautiful, Medussa.

What type of gel did you use? The gel did not get hard while you were brushing it?
Cehua, I hardly ever see you anymore.

I use a mixture of AnGell, Suave AV Anti-Frizz Gel and FOTE AV Gel. I added a little bit of honey to the mixure today.

The gel didn't harden while I brushed. I don't have a lot of hair, so I only brushed it through twice on each side and the back. Then I gently scrunched out the big clumps. Once dry, I scrunched again.
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I had very good results today with the paddle brush *after* putting in my gel (mixed with some honey). It's the last picture on page 2 of my album.
Medussa,

What is M&H leave-in?

Also, is the gel your mixture of Angell and Suave?

Two more questions: What type of fragrance does Angell have? What brand of paddle brush did you use?

Thanks!
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I had very good results today with the paddle brush *after* putting in my gel (mixed with some honey). It's the last picture on page 2 of my album.
Medussa,

What is M&H leave-in?

Also, is the gel your mixture of Angell and Suave?

Two more questions: What type of fragrance does Angell have? What brand of paddle brush did you use?
M&H is Suave's Milk and Honey Conditioner.

The gel mixture is AnGell, Suave's Anti-frizz aloe vera gel and Fruit of the Earth's aloe vera gel (thrown in for good measure). I love the AnGell and wanted to make it last longer, so I mixed it with a few of my cheaper gels.

AnGell smells like heaven. I cannot really describe it. It's a sweet and fresh smell. The brush is a Jerome Alexander paddle brush. I couldn't find a picture of it online, because it seems they no longer make it. But I will post a pic of mine, so you can get an idea of what I used.

ETA: Here it is.
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Thanks medussa.
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I had very good results today with the paddle brush *after* putting in my gel (mixed with some honey). It's the last picture on page 2 of my album.
Your hair looks beautiful, Medussa.
Agreed ... stunningly beautiful

And, more good tips to try!
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I had very good results today with the paddle brush *after* putting in my gel (mixed with some honey). It's the last picture on page 2 of my album.
Your hair looks beautiful, Medussa.
Agreed ... stunningly beautiful

And, more good tips to try!
Thanks.
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I had very good results today with the paddle brush *after* putting in my gel (mixed with some honey). It's the last picture on page 2 of my album.
Your hair looks beautiful, Medussa.

What type of gel did you use? The gel did not get hard while you were brushing it?
Cehua, I hardly ever see you anymore.

I use a mixture of AnGell, Suave AV Anti-Frizz Gel and FOTE AV Gel. I added a little bit of honey to the mixure today.

The gel didn't harden while I brushed. I don't have a lot of hair, so I only brushed it through twice on each side and the back. Then I gently scrunched out the big clumps. Once dry, I scrunched again.
Thanks, Medussa. Your results are so beautiful. You are making me want to pick up the brush again. I just cut my hair to chin length so maybe brushing will work this time.

I will let you know if I try it again.

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