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4as, what drugstore conditioners and styling products work for your hair?
"It moisturizes my situation... preserves my sexy."
Currently I am in love with the Aussie brand products Dual personality. I has made a difference in the curl definition and in the shine and softness of my hair.
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I've used a lot of different conditioners and I'd have to say Suave takes the prize from me. Specifically, the Tropical Coconut, Milk & Honey, and Humectant. My hair loves them!
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Thanks girls! Pgrl, which dual personalities do you use? Jcce, I also like Humectant and the price is great!
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I've had luck with the color care lines from John Frieda & Marc Anthony.
Thanks Webbie! I really need to buy the brilliant brunette conditioner. I really hope it works out for me.
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acutally, I've had better luck with the blond lines. I dont know why.
OK, dumb question alert: Did the blonde products change the colour of your hair?
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Thanks
"It moisturizes my situation... preserves my sexy."
I use the Root Cleanser & Tip Mender shampoo and the conditioner. I have also talked about them so much my sister has been turned on to them. The other day she called me because she was in the store and wanted to know which ones to buy. There were only two bottles of the conditioner left and she wouldn't even give one to me!
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