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redcelticcurls 01-16-2007 10:34 PM

For those of you w/ hair that's dry & coarse this winter
 
I tried out a new Dt that has done well (for a single use at any rate).

Here's a link to my review. If any of you are very protein sensitive, it might be worth a look, although the cost could be prohibitive. It's protein free (yay) from what I can tell, although I admit that I wasn't positive about the purpose of a couple of the ingredients.

http://www.naturallycurly.com/phpBB/...ic.php?t=96613

SuZen 01-17-2007 07:25 AM

This looks interesting. There are not many protein-free DTs out there, so this could be useful. Thanks!

redcelticcurls 01-17-2007 05:48 PM

No problem. It's nice to see no protein!

ETA: I used it again tonight since my hair has been super dry. I had even better results. I even got some of my curl back that I've been losing to the winter dryness. Woohoo!

DominicanaHeat 01-18-2007 06:31 PM

Wow $20 for 5 oz? How much of it did you use each time you DT'd?

I may have to start DTing this winter (don't really make it a habit of doing it). Now that Global Warming has suddenly disappeared and it's barely 30 degrees here in NYC nowadays, my curls has gone on vacation :lol:

redcelticcurls 01-18-2007 09:41 PM

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Originally Posted by DominicanaHeat
Wow $20 for 5 oz? How much of it did you use each time you DT'd?

I may have to start DTing this winter (don't really make it a habit of doing it). Now that Global Warming has suddenly disappeared and it's barely 30 degrees here in NYC nowadays, my curls has gone on vacation :lol:

Well, it is thick so I didn't need a ton. About a 50cent piece blob covers my hair - and it's thick, coarse and just below BSL when wet. Still, the line is very pricey. Very few things are truely protein free though, so have to get what I can get.

Since it's the only thing that has given me decent curls this winter, I'll just suck it up and pay the super high price, although I do cringe at that price.


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