Any Parisian curlies here? I need a little help...

I'm heading to Paris for the summer for school and I don't want to fill my suitcase with stylers, sealers, and other hair faithfuls. I want to know if there is anything over there that would allow me to substitute. I henna regularly but I don't want to freak my roommates out so I'll be skipping treatments

Are there any good conditioners for co-washes, leave-ins, stylers and sealers that can be found in the drugstores or supermarkets for 3c/4a hair? I'll be leaving in Belleville so even though there is a large ethnic population I'm not going to be mixing shea butter on this trip.

Any thoughts?
3c/4aish, high porosity, fine strands,medium density cottony curls.

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I'm not in Paris but I would think you could get Anita Grant products while in france. I often think of going over seas myself and the one thing I would take a stock pile of would be a good conditioner. One that you could use for a wng, leave in and deep conditioner. You can find oils just about anywhere. Also I would think you could find aloe vera gel over there. Other wise I would bring a large jar of kinky curly since it last forever and a day. HTH
I'm taking my KCKT without a doubt but I can't use KCCC because it really does nothing for my hair except leave it wet for hours. I'm not sure if I should pack a conditioner because of all the France threads I've found they always mention this one condish that seems to work. But I don't want to hit Paris to find all my products over my clothes and I don't want to carry anything unnecessary. I don't want to have to worry about hair when I get there.
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Always pack anything that can spill into a ziploc bag. They make them in varying sizes. I went to paris for culinary school and that is what we all did with no problems. Are there any gels that you do use? Donna Marie curling cream, eco styler or something. I would without a doubt take some conditioner and gel. You don't know how long it will take you to find conditioner and one you like.

You could also get braids before hand. Then all you have to worry about it having a conditioning spray and a cleaner. That would be the easiest thing I think you could do and not have to worry about your hair. If cost is a issue you could always do yarn braids.
didn't Lola just get back from Paris?
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There is www.lecurlshop.com , its a website in France . It has all your popular US brands like curl junkie , jessicurl etc , you can even get éco styler gel on the website

Corine de farme is a brand with mostly natural ingredients , if you prefer that; easy to purchase on the website or on amazon.fr (they are inexpensive)

For All round drug store , there is carrefour

Last edited by ttlolla; 06-25-2011 at 03:45 AM.
There is www.lecurlshop.com , its a website in France . It has all your popular US brands like curl junkie , jessicurl etc , you can even get éco styler gel on the website

Corine de farme is a brand with mostly natural ingredients , if you prefer that; easy to purchase on the website or on amazon.fr (they are inexpensive)

For All round drug store , there is carrefour
Originally Posted by ttlolla
I was just about to suggest this. Also the British Curlies site delivers to France, and they have pretty much everything.
Products in current rotation:

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.

Still searching for the perfect stylers, but loving CJ CIAB over everything so far

Last edited by NoodleNaps; 06-27-2011 at 04:49 AM.
There is www.lecurlshop.com , its a website in France . It has all your popular US brands like curl junkie , jessicurl etc , you can even get éco styler gel on the website

Corine de farme is a brand with mostly natural ingredients , if you prefer that; easy to purchase on the website or on amazon.fr (they are inexpensive)

For All round drug store , there is carrefour
Originally Posted by ttlolla
I was just about to suggest this. Also the British Curlies site delivers to France, and they have pretty much everything.
Originally Posted by NoodleNaps
+1 and there are alot of "drugstores" that have alot of regular conditioners and stylers available
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