Oyin Honey Hemp as Kimmaytube LI base?

Has anyone tried the Kimmaytube LI with Oyin HH as the base? If you did, did it boost the moisture for you?I am thinking about purchasing another bottle of HH to use specifically as the base. When I used the HH as a leave-in on its own it didn't do much for me. The same situation with Giovanni Direct LI. However, when I made the Kimmaytube LI with the Giovanni it was a bit better.

I can't decide if using HH as a base is a waste or not.

Thanks.
Has anyone tried the Kimmaytube LI with Oyin HH as the base? If you did, did it boost the moisture for you?I am thinking about purchasing another bottle of HH to use specifically as the base. When I used the HH as a leave-in on its own it didn't do much for me. The same situation with Giovanni Direct LI. However, when I made the Kimmaytube LI with the Giovanni it was a bit better.

I can't decide if using HH as a base is a waste or not.

Thanks.
Originally Posted by Libracurls
Hi Libracurls. I haven't actually tried this out, but was thinking exactly the same thing the other day. I guess there isn't really a way to find out until you try. I'm going to try it this weekend and will let you know.
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Terressentials Pure Earth Mud Wash; Elucence MBC (now really just for cowashing, leg shaving or emergencies); Curl Junkie: Repair Me, Deep Fix, Curl Rehab; AOHSR (retiring); Oyin Handmade: Honey Hemp, Hair Dew, J&B; Qhemet Biologics: BRBC (retiring- prefer Oyin HD), AOHC, OHHB; Jojoba Oil for scalp; Castor Oil or Shea butter to seal; Henna & Ayurvedic pastes when I can be bothered.

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I'm not sure this would make a difference since Honey Hemp already has AV gel and oils in it, but it never hurts to try.
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NoodleNapps - I look forward to hearing your results.

EllePixie - First I just wanted to say that I enjoy your blog and YT videos. I initially thought that my hair didn't like aloe vera. When I initially used the HH it didn't do much. It could be though because I didn't seal. I may just get another sample of it and try it. I want to love HH so badly.
NoodleNapps - I look forward to hearing your results.

EllePixie - First I just wanted to say that I enjoy your blog and YT videos. I initially thought that my hair didn't like aloe vera. When I initially used the HH it didn't do much. It could be though because I didn't seal. I may just get another sample of it and try it. I want to love HH so badly.
Originally Posted by Libracurls
Aw thank you! Yes, try it again...maybe your hair didn't like the glycerin? What dews did you use it in?
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Aw thank you! Yes, try it again...maybe your hair didn't like the glycerin? What dews did you use it in?[/quote]

I never thought about the glycerin. The first time was in the summer. I live on Long Island so summer humidity is HIGH then the second time I used it in the late fall but I was running a humidifier (due to allergies). I believe that one of my issues is porosity. I'm just going to repurchase. My son (2 1/2) has, IMO type 3 on the crown with 3c-maybe into 4a underneath? Those underneath curls are very silky. I guess that would be not porous. Anyway, if I still can't make HH work for me as a LI then I will either use it as an expensive wash out conditioner or use it on his hair.

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