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Old 09-02-2008, 07:38 AM   #41
 
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Gracias! I'm crossing my fingers that this works for the long haul. If not, I always have my Gio Mousse.

BTW, Teshon I sent someone with short hair to your fotki (lol). She needed "styling tips" and I just love that pic you have in this thread.

If I were to cut my hair real short one day - I would TRY to style it that way.
Thanks, girl! Scrunchi "No Slip" hair pins...they're the best! They won't rust if you use them on wet hair. Now that my hair is a tad longer, it loves the heck out of a boar's bristle brush. I get sea sick lookin at all those waves. Lol! Before, I didn't know that I could brush my hair and NOT have it frizz up the way it does with a Denman.
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Gracias! I'm crossing my fingers that this works for the long haul. If not, I always have my Gio Mousse.

BTW, Teshon I sent someone with short hair to your fotki (lol). She needed "styling tips" and I just love that pic you have in this thread.

If I were to cut my hair real short one day - I would TRY to style it that way.
Thanks, girl! Scrunchi "No Slip" hair pins...they're the best! They won't rust if you use them on wet hair. Now that my hair is a tad longer, it loves the heck out of a boar's bristle brush. I get sea sick lookin at all those waves. Lol! Before, I didn't know that I could brush my hair and NOT have it frizz up the way it does with a Denman.
lmfao you sound like such a dude! You know how they are about their waves.

You do a good job at working those pins because I cant tell you have pins in your hair at all.
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Old 09-02-2008, 10:30 AM   #43
 
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ok foxycus you convinced me to go out and get some devacare in my life. what did you buy?
Alot - too much lol

I have devacare no poo ( I didn't like the devacurl low poo)
Devacare One C
Devacare arc angell and Devacurl Heaven in Hair

I tried a few ways of applying the products and the best way is by running a bit of gel through wet hair. Then scrunching ends with a tshirt or papertowel to soak up extra water and apply gel in my 4 sections. when Im done, I take another dollop of gel and smooth it on the top to calm down any flyaways that might be lingering.
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Old 09-02-2008, 11:15 AM   #44
 
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thank you kindly. I'm heading back to Ricky's tomorrow for this. or I will just get lazy and order online.
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Old 09-02-2008, 06:18 PM   #45
 
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Gracias! I'm crossing my fingers that this works for the long haul. If not, I always have my Gio Mousse.

BTW, Teshon I sent someone with short hair to your fotki (lol). She needed "styling tips" and I just love that pic you have in this thread.

If I were to cut my hair real short one day - I would TRY to style it that way.
Thanks, girl! Scrunchi "No Slip" hair pins...they're the best! They won't rust if you use them on wet hair. Now that my hair is a tad longer, it loves the heck out of a boar's bristle brush. I get sea sick lookin at all those waves. Lol! Before, I didn't know that I could brush my hair and NOT have it frizz up the way it does with a Denman.
lmfao you sound like such a dude! You know how they are about their waves.

You do a good job at working those pins because I cant tell you have pins in your hair at all.
Girl, if I were to put on a wave cap/scarf at night they would lay down like a dude too! Lol! I totally crack myself up! !!!
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ok foxycus you convinced me to go out and get some devacare in my life. what did you buy?
Alot - too much lol

I have devacare no poo ( I didn't like the devacurl low poo)
Devacare One C
Devacare arc angell and Devacurl Heaven in Hair

I tried a few ways of applying the products and the best way is by running a bit of gel through wet hair. Then scrunching ends with a tshirt or papertowel to soak up extra water and apply gel in my 4 sections. when Im done, I take another dollop of gel and smooth it on the top to calm down any flyaways that might be lingering.
two questions: how is the arc angell different from the angell? i have the angel, when i got my devacut, that's what she used so i bought that one.
2. are you leaving the one c in also?
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ok foxycus you convinced me to go out and get some devacare in my life. what did you buy?
Alot - too much lol

I have devacare no poo ( I didn't like the devacurl low poo)
Devacare One C
Devacare arc angell and Devacurl Heaven in Hair

I tried a few ways of applying the products and the best way is by running a bit of gel through wet hair. Then scrunching ends with a tshirt or papertowel to soak up extra water and apply gel in my 4 sections. when Im done, I take another dollop of gel and smooth it on the top to calm down any flyaways that might be lingering.
two questions: how is the arc angell different from the angell? i have the angel, when i got my devacut, that's what she used so i bought that one.
2. are you leaving the one c in also?
The arcangell has a stronger hold and I seemed to use much less than the angell. I had to use some serious globs of Angell to achieve that look in my album.

I think my hair dries shinier with the arcangell as well. Yes I leave the devacare onec in my hair right after the shower and then scrunch. I tried scrunching then leaving in the one c and it curdled a lil bit.
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Alot - too much lol

I have devacare no poo ( I didn't like the devacurl low poo)
Devacare One C
Devacare arc angell and Devacurl Heaven in Hair

I tried a few ways of applying the products and the best way is by running a bit of gel through wet hair. Then scrunching ends with a tshirt or papertowel to soak up extra water and apply gel in my 4 sections. when Im done, I take another dollop of gel and smooth it on the top to calm down any flyaways that might be lingering.
two questions: how is the arc angell different from the angell? i have the angel, when i got my devacut, that's what she used so i bought that one.
2. are you leaving the one c in also?
The arcangell has a stronger hold and I seemed to use much less than the angell. I had to use some serious globs of Angell to achieve that look in my album.

I think my hair dries shinier with the arcangell as well. Yes I leave the devacare onec in my hair right after the shower and then scrunch. I tried scrunching then leaving in the one c and it curdled a lil bit.
Thanks, i like the angel, but i do have to use alot. you and curlynikki have convinced me to use the onec. they used the devacurl at the salon, but i recently had my hair colored and i think the devacare one c my be better.
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Old 09-07-2008, 06:23 PM   #49
 
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I just bought One C off of Cat's recommendation. I've used the One C a few times now and I can honestly say that if this keeps up this will be my one and only conditioner. It does everything that I need it to do. It's extremely hydrating, detangles (I had MINIMAL MINIMAL shedding during detangling), and it's multi purpose as a leave in and DT.
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Glad its working for you HN...curlyheads if you're looking to purchase this you should check out cosmeticmagic.com - good pricing, free shipping over 40, and cute headbands as free samples (Im a sucker for freebies).
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