Need a Super Conditioner!

My hair is getting accustomed to the CG way, but there are still ALOT of frizzies. I read somewhere that frizz happens when the air has more moisture than your hair. Is there any moisturizing conditioner recipe that you guys can help me with to get more moisture in my hair ?!
Mostly 3B, but with a little 2B. Medium texture, Normal porosity. Still tryinq to fiqure out what products work best for me.

But currently usinq:
Co-wash, rinse out condish (& sometimes, leave-in):V05 Passion Fruit Smoothie Conditioner& V05 Strawberries and Cream Conditioner;
Leave In: Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine Leave-In;
Styling: Garnier Fructis Curl Shaping Spray Gel

Goal: hair length to be BSL & much much healthier

Slowly discovering my curly beauty.
If you want to keep more moisture in your hair, you can add some honey to your conditioner, as honey is a humectant.

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My hair is getting accustomed to the CG way, but there are still ALOT of frizzies. I read somewhere that frizz happens when the air has more moisture than your hair. Is there any moisturizing conditioner recipe that you guys can help me with to get more moisture in my hair ?!
Originally Posted by starrocker189
Kinky Curly Knot Today Conditioner is good one and you can also leave some of it in your hair. It is also a good detangler as well. Burt Bees also has a Brazil Nut More Moisture Conditioner that is good too (not so much as a detangler but more of a conditioner.
Tara
My hair is getting accustomed to the CG way, but there are still ALOT of frizzies. I read somewhere that frizz happens when the air has more moisture than your hair. Is there any moisturizing conditioner recipe that you guys can help me with to get more moisture in my hair ?!
Originally Posted by starrocker189
Hey starrocker189,
I recommend Giovanni smooth as silk condition and leave-in conditioner they work well and have organic ingredients, if you want a more organic product I recommend SheaMoisture's hibiscus-coconut curl conditioner and hair mask, they both work well to seal in moisture. Hope this was helpful, oh by the way SheaMoisture's hair products are found in Target stores.

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