how do you use your Eco Styler Gel

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im finding that using this gel on dry hair defines it much better then soaking wet hair.. How do you all use it???

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I use it to slick my hair up in a ponytail. Then I pin on my homemade bun made from a pack of marley twist braiding hair.
I use it on damp hair to define. I also use it to slick back my buns. I haven't tried it to define dry hair but I heard it works. I may try that soon.

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I use it with my leave in conditioner to do my twists

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I'm still figuring it out! Each time I've used it, either with Shea Moisture Curling stuff or some other conditioner, I've gotten the little white balls. It doesn't really help with shrinkage... I like it, though, I don't know why! It doesn't do a lot of things, and it makes detangling later on even more complicated... But I still try to use it every once in a while...
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After I cowash I shake the water out of my hair, add shea moisture curl enhancing smoothie then I spray a little more water on and add a little eco styler by rubbing it in my hands then just brushing my hands over my hair and it turns out like the second pic or I use it when I slick my hair back and add braiding hair to make my faux bun like the first pic

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I would love to hear more from people who have hard to lay flat hair, I am finding that I may need to use it on dry hair as well. I seem to be able to smooth it better to the side than back.

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