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Old 01-26-2007, 03:44 PM   #1
 
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with every column I write I get products from curlmart!!! So, what should I get this time? I've been thinking of:

Any other suggestions? I'm mainly looking for condish, since I'm product free and that's basically all that I use. My hair is 3a/b, and seems to like AHC, if that helps at all. TIA!

And thanks to Michelle and Gretchen again.
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with every column I write I get $25 of products from curlmart!!! So, what should I get this time? I've been thinking of:

Any other suggestions? I'm mainly looking for condish, since I'm product free and that's basically all that I use. My hair is 3a/b, and seems to like AHC, if that helps at all. TIA!

And thanks to Michelle and Gretchen again.
Thats awesome!
I'd definitley suggest embc, its AWESOME.
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Old 01-26-2007, 03:50 PM   #3
 
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I'd go for Elucence and Too Shea. I love those condishes!
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Congratulations!

I'd go for the EMBC also.
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Anyway... the Curl Junkie Hibiscus and Banana DT is good.
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Anyway... the Curl Junkie Hibiscus and Banana DT is good.
How thick/heavy is it? My hair isn't really dry, so...

Thanks for all of the suggestions so far, I think I'll probably get elucence from what you guys are saying.
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Wow, congrats! I can't wait to read some of your columns!

I say go for the Curl Junkie Hibiscus Banana Honey leave in. My hair loves it!
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Old 01-27-2007, 07:17 AM   #8
 
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Anyway... the Curl Junkie Hibiscus and Banana DT is good.
How thick/heavy is it? My hair isn't really dry, so...

Thanks for all of the suggestions so far, I think I'll probably get elucence from what you guys are saying.
It's pretty thick. I got overconditioned with it before, so if you get it, be careful with the amount you use.
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Will work for product -- I like that. Congratulations.
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Will work for product -- I like that. Congratulations.
That should be my motto! But its not only for the product, I like writing.

I've decided on curl junkie thick and luscious conditioner and too shea, despite all of the elucence recs. I didn't get one c because I know someone who uses it (happily) and shes always offering to let me try it, plus I could get it at ulta anyway. I didn't get elucence, figuring my next purchase (if I keep writing) I could get that and the mop top condish, which I am strangley attracted to. And I don't really need a leave in or a DT so.... So much thought goes into such a small decision!

I'm so excited...
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I've never used any of those products, but congratulations!!
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Old 01-28-2007, 08:40 AM   #12
 
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Good choice with the too shea! I've tried both Too Shea and Aloeba, but I like Aloeba better even though my hair isn't fine at all. If you don't like the too shea, try the Aloeba because it might work fo you! Congrats! I can't wait to read your writing!
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