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Wiggilyhair 04-01-2011 08:25 AM

Are there any good SPRAY leave-in conditioners?
 
I don't want to have to make my own. Are there any good spray leave-in conditioners?

anonymous_58885 04-01-2011 12:47 PM

that depends on if you're CG or not. Most contain a 'cone in them

rbb 04-01-2011 12:57 PM

it's very easy to make your own -- water and your favorite conditioner. the only thing is you can only make enough for a few days, after that, without preservatives, you need to toss it.
you can add as much or as little water as you want.

MirCurls 04-01-2011 01:15 PM

Why not make it? So easy. Small spritz bottle. Water (if you can, use purified water, cheap to buy by the gallon, don't know if deionized might be better). You fave conditioner. Shake. Spritz.

Keep in fridge. Make new weekly.

no biggie.

I've tried about a half dozen spray leave ins, pricey and cheap. I've not really liked any of them. Either too greasy or too tacky or too smelly or build up.

Easier and cheaper and more self-pleasing to just make some.

kathymack 04-01-2011 01:30 PM

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Originally Posted by Wiggilyhair (Post 1621283)
I don't want to have to make my own. Are there any good spray leave-in conditioners?


Shescentit makes a really nice one.
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wendi.wendy 04-02-2011 12:27 PM

I was just about to recommend the Shescentit one but instead, I'll add a thumbs up to that recommendation from Kathy! :)

beautifulRain 04-02-2011 09:07 PM

I've been playing with Stop Break leave-in... has protein if you are protein-sensitive. I'm liking it. Nutress - Nutress Hair Stop Break Healthy Hair Enhancer Spray

The Biotera Leave-In is thin enough that you could probably put it in a spray bottle too, but it isn't sold that way.

Both of these are CG, if that is important to you.

rbb 04-03-2011 06:45 AM

the Shescentit moisture mist or the green grape?

can either of these be used on dry hair?

kathymack 04-03-2011 07:02 AM

It's the Moisture Mist. Haven't ordered in a while, the Green Grape might be new. It has Dimethicone copolyol.

I just sprayed some on my dry hair. I don't do second day hair and have yet to find a spray product to work for me on dry hair. It didn't make my hair worse. One side looks a little better. I'll try to remember to comment later to see what happens when it really soaks in.

Wiggilyhair 04-03-2011 07:43 AM

I just remembered Jane Carter Solution spray leave in that I used to use:
Revitalizing Conditioner For Color Treated Hair: Buy Natural Hair Conditioner, Nutrient Replenishing conditioner From Jane Carter Solution I think one of the 4 Targets near me carries it.

MirCurls 04-03-2011 11:04 AM

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Originally Posted by Wiggilyhair (Post 1623045)
I just remembered Jane Carter Solution spray leave in that I used to use:
Revitalizing Conditioner For Color Treated Hair: Buy Natural Hair Conditioner, Nutrient Replenishing conditioner From Jane Carter Solution I think one of the 4 Targets near me carries it.

One of the first things I got when I began the CG journey. I liked the scent. I didn't us it long. I can't remember why (though I usually stop using them cause they make my hair sticky or frizzy). The bottle may still be around somewhere .... wish I could remember why I didn't like it....

curlyev 12-28-2011 02:01 AM

I put Biotera Leave-In Conditioner in a spray bottle, and it works really well. I had been using Curly Sexy Hair, but it was full of bad stuff, including cones! Co-washing was not good enough to get it out. Biotera is just as good (my hair seems to like spray leave-ins better) or better than the curly sexy hair product I was using. Also, my head is not itching very much. Biotera is inexpensive and very high quality. I recommend it.

Ronnieaj 12-28-2011 10:39 AM

Shescentit also has a new Tahitian Vanilla conditioner that's glycerin free. It's fairly close to the Moisture Mist, no silicones, but does have coconut oil and coconut milk in it.

Kenner82 09-14-2012 02:41 AM

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Originally Posted by rbb (Post 1621557)
it's very easy to make your own -- water and your favorite conditioner. the only thing is you can only make enough for a few days, after that, without preservatives, you need to toss it.
you can add as much or as little water as you want.

Why won't the preservatives that keep it fine in the shower also keep it fine if you add water with it in a spray bottle?

rbb 09-14-2012 07:21 AM

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Originally Posted by Kenner82 (Post 2032820)
Quote:

Originally Posted by rbb (Post 1621557)
it's very easy to make your own -- water and your favorite conditioner. the only thing is you can only make enough for a few days, after that, without preservatives, you need to toss it.
you can add as much or as little water as you want.

Why won't the preservatives that keep it fine in the shower also keep it fine if you add water with it in a spray bottle?

here's an article by the curlchemist explaining why:

Handling Diluted and Homemade Products

CurlyIndianGirl 09-14-2012 09:25 AM

I use the Giovanni Vitapro Fusion™ Leave-In Hair Treatment , its a spray. I am 99% sure its CG and it cost only 6$. Although I use it occasionally

Kenner82 09-16-2012 01:27 AM

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Originally Posted by rbb (Post 2032848)
Quote:

Originally Posted by Kenner82 (Post 2032820)
Quote:

Originally Posted by rbb (Post 1621557)
it's very easy to make your own -- water and your favorite conditioner. the only thing is you can only make enough for a few days, after that, without preservatives, you need to toss it.
you can add as much or as little water as you want.

Why won't the preservatives that keep it fine in the shower also keep it fine if you add water with it in a spray bottle?

here's an article by the curlchemist explaining why:

Handling Diluted and Homemade Products


OH! Thank you so much for that article! Very informative!

Natural87 09-16-2012 06:04 AM

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Originally Posted by Kenner82 (Post 2034019)
Quote:

Originally Posted by rbb (Post 2032848)
Quote:

Originally Posted by Kenner82 (Post 2032820)

Why won't the preservatives that keep it fine in the shower also keep it fine if you add water with it in a spray bottle?

here's an article by the curlchemist explaining why:

Handling Diluted and Homemade Products


OH! Thank you so much for that article! Very informative!

Kenner82 are u frm Kenner,La

Kenner82 09-16-2012 10:58 AM

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Originally Posted by Natural87 (Post 2034051)
Quote:

Originally Posted by Kenner82 (Post 2034019)
Quote:

Originally Posted by rbb (Post 2032848)

here's an article by the curlchemist explaining why:

Handling Diluted and Homemade Products


OH! Thank you so much for that article! Very informative!

Kenner82 are u frm Kenner,La

Haha, nope, didn't know that was a place! That was just how my little brother said my name when we were younger ;)

secret_karma 09-16-2012 11:06 AM

KBB Moisture Mist is pretty good.

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