Shea Butter??

I know that shea butter is good for both hair and skin but by it being a fat does it have to be CLARIFIED out of the hair or can a sulfate-free shampoo rid you of the dulling residue that it sometimes leave behind?
CurvaceousKinks
"I am always doing that which I can not do, in order that I may learn how to do it." ~Pablo Picasso
Hair Type: 4b
I use oils and butters, and usually cowashing rids my hair of the build up or if it still feels a little strange after I cowash, I'll wash my hair with a low poo.
last relaxer; 082708, BC; 081810, CG; 122410
high porosity, med/coarse texture, high density, color treated
condish;TN, DevaCurl Heaven in Hair stylers; Heaven in Hair, DevaCurl Curl Cream oils;Castor Oil

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