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Kynnib 10-30-2012 10:33 PM

Im quitting my whole routine
 
Im realizing the that the longer my hair gets and the broker i get, its a PITA. Lately ive been sneaking some cones in my hair and my hair is responding really well. I no longer have to spend forever in the shower trying to separate my hair into 8 sections and then detangle it. Now ive been able to put it into 2 sections and detangle it just fine. Also ive noticed way less split ends.

I guess my hair changes as time goes on but on the plus side my hair products are a lot cheaper now and it takes way less product to get the desired result.

afrodominican1 10-31-2012 04:57 AM

Sometimes it be like that. LOL. I know that after trying all the expensive natural products sometimes I get the best results from using good ole Suave coconut conditioner and other cones. It helps my pocket as well as my hair.

naturalyogini 10-31-2012 11:02 AM

Me too. I've given up on all natural conditioners. My hair need cones, at least in the conditioners. Dimethicone is not my enemy anymore. I still use the natural stylers but Botanical Spirits is the only line that works for me. Done experimenting.

ricotdorothy 10-31-2012 05:13 PM

I totally agree. I've been using cones in my rinse out conditioner and it has been a lifesaver. It is easier to detangle and the products are cheaper as well as readily available. The way I see it is as long as you have conditioning ingredients and water in your regimen, silicone really isn't so bad.

Kynnib 11-01-2012 02:14 AM

What conditioners are you guys using?

Ogo'm 11-01-2012 07:33 AM

I introduced cones in September for weekday co-washing and weekly detangling. I just make sure I cleanse and deep condition 1x a week, and I kept my DTs, leave-ins, stylers, and sealers natural.

Doing it this way is just way more convenient for me and my hair is doing just as well.

ricotdorothy 11-01-2012 08:45 PM

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Originally Posted by Kynnib (Post 2062188)
What conditioners are you guys using?

I use herbal essences hello hydration. It is awesome at detangling!

ricotdorothy 11-01-2012 08:47 PM

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Originally Posted by Ogo'm (Post 2062222)
I introduced cones in September for weekday co-washing and weekly detangling. I just make sure I cleanse and deep condition 1x a week, and I kept my DTs, leave-ins, stylers, and sealers natural.

Doing it this way is just way more convenient for me and my hair is doing just as well.

I agree. When I use silicone laden stylers, deep treatments or leave ins my hair does not like. At all.

Ogo'm 11-01-2012 09:23 PM

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Originally Posted by Kynnib (Post 2062188)
What conditioners are you guys using?

Herbal Essence Honey I Am Strong and Aussie Moist. I also like the L'Oreal Nutrisleek for how great my hair feels when I rinse it out, but it doesn't have any slip (for me).

ultracurlz 11-01-2012 09:32 PM

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Originally Posted by ricotdorothy (Post 2062676)
Quote:

Originally Posted by Kynnib (Post 2062188)
What conditioners are you guys using?

I use herbal essences hello hydration. It is awesome at detangling!

I just started using that XD I hope it works as well for me as it does for you XD

I haven't had a full out detangling session though so, we'll see.

mycurlymane 11-03-2012 04:49 PM

Herbal Essence Hello Hydration does wonders. It seems to work for many curlies. I'm more and more certain that your hair will inevitably change as it grows. Not to mention the adjustments needed for weather changes. Sigh. The perils of natural hair! angry9:


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