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Old 07-27-2009, 03:37 AM   #1
 
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Hi Guys i'm not new here but 1st time poster. This forum has been one of the best sources of information for my very thick, curls. I have tried just about every product on the market over the years and since reading all the advice here i've only used organic products. When I was at my hairdresser last week she used a sample product on my hair and said she was seriously thinking of using it in her salon. This stuff is seriously the best i've ever used. It's called EverEscents http://www.everescents.com.au/default.html and it can only be purchased at salons listed on the website. I managed to find a stockist not to far from home. I've been using it for 2 weeks and my hair feels so soft and my curls are frizz free. Just wanted to pass on my excitement to all you curl junkies and if it works on my hair it is seriously good stuff!!
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Old 07-28-2009, 10:49 AM   #2
 
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They look good, thanks for posting.
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Old 07-28-2009, 09:15 PM   #3
 
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i agree they look good and there's a stockist about 5 mins from me, not that i can afford new hair stuff or need it - but it will be helpful in the future.
curlyloulou - which products have you tried?
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Old 07-29-2009, 05:02 AM   #4
 
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I know what you mean about affording new hair stuff! I have tried everything from health food shops including Alchemy, natural instinct, melrose, triology etc and also over the years just about every other professional brand. I keep going back to Paul Mitchell leave in and sculpting mousse but found that after a week or so they make my scalp itchy and hair that feels straw like. I never use products with cones or sulphates and that's made a huge difference to my hair. Because my hair is very coarse i find that the only way to manage it and get curls is lots and lots of moisture so i always leave the conditioners in my hair and leave it to dry naturally. At the moment i am using the EverEscents lavender condish as a leave in and joico ice whip for styling. It seems to be the best combination that i've found for my hair in a long time. I now have soft hair and even getting 2nd day, which is rare for me and it's great now that it's winter and i start work early. The shampoo and conditioner is very concentrated so only a small amount is needed. Hope that helps.
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Old 07-29-2009, 05:39 PM   #5
 
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Thanks so much curlyloulou.I'll have to get around to trying them,once i run out of what i have now *looks around suspiciously* which might be awhile.
Thanks again.
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If you are anything like me you have a bathroom cupboard full of half used bottles...LOL. I'm always searching for that perfect product as my hair has also been so difficult to manage and it's my one indulgence i guess. This product is the closest to perfect for my hair and I'll be interested to hear the opinion of others if they get around to trying it.
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hahaha yes... i do my best to give them new homes though, when i've decided they'll never work that is. It's a bit hard to tell what really works with my hair atm tho, it's too short. I'm just looking after it and keeping it healthy while it grows. But i'm sure i'll get around to trying it especially when i can get it so close to me.
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