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Old 06-30-2011, 03:41 PM   #1
 
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Question Can my hair be protein sensitive??

Hey sistas I am in need of some advice.i have ben natural going on 2 years august and I thought I figured out this hair but it is still full of surprises.

So here it goes, back when I was a newbie I had a horrific incident with devacare line.it left my hair stiff and haylike for 2 weeks! I came on here and ranted about my experience on hopes that some1 would help me get my hair back. Long behold I received an overwhelming amount of info that really helped.

Recently I can't seem to figure out why the ends of my hair is so brittle. The only diffrence is its soft but brittle to the touch.

I was doing a flat twist bantu knot, I used samy big curl creame and kimmaytube leave. Mind u these are both trusted products and I have used them times before and got great results. I haven't used them together tho so that could have done it.

I would like to add that 2 days prior to doing the bantu knot I have kimmatube leave in and shea butter.

Do you think my hair may be sensitive to protein, if so what ingredients should I watch out for? Thanks in advance for your feedback
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Old 06-30-2011, 07:11 PM   #2
 
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I think the curl cream might be drying your hair out. Some of the ingredients don't look too kosher and they probably don't go well with your leave-in. I don't think I saw any proteins in it but I'm not an expert. Proteins are normally ingredients like hydrolyzed amino acids, silk protein, keratin, etc.
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Old 07-01-2011, 12:10 AM   #3
 
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I think the curl cream might be drying your hair out. Some of the ingredients don't look too kosher and they probably don't go well with your leave-in. I don't think I saw any proteins in it but I'm not an expert. Proteins are normally ingredients like hydrolyzed amino acids, silk protein, keratin, etc.
Thanks.i will also post this on the protein sensitive forum for more responses
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