New products

Since there are s o many new products, I was wondering besides my Jessicur what you would recommend for a very moisturizing conditioner with no cones??
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Mostly a 3b with thick, dry, frizzy hair. Using Jessicurl CC, re:coil, jessicurl conditioners and Elucence and Curl Junkie
Devacurl One Condition
Elucence Moisture Balancing
Activate
Regis Olive Oil

Haven't tried it yet, but the new Vive conditioner for curly hair looks promising and has no cones.

I'll bump the "Conditioner Chronicles" thread for you.
Back to basics peach and pomegrante conditioner!
Kenra moisturizing conditioner
2c/3a?
Low porosity, medium texture.
http://public.fotki.com/Medusahair/

If it smells good put it in your hair, if it tastes good spit it out!
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Back to basics peach and pomegrante conditioner!
I have to admit, I was originally suspicious of all the hype . . . but after purchasing a bottle, I'm in love.
Back to basics peach and pomegrante conditioner!
I have to admit, I was originally suspicious of all the hype . . . but after purchasing a bottle, I'm in love.
Originally Posted by sfisher323
*gasp* And you live in Seattle! I thought this was one of those that the tumbleweed-curlies like (those in the dryyyyy midwest) - but Seattle sure ain't tumbleweed town. And now, in my middle ground humidity home, I can remember this for a protein-free condish in case I'm sensitive.

Thanks for sharing your opinion!

(I wonder why laurabeth had issues with it?)
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I second the B2B pomegranate conditioner. Also, I'm loving Curl Junkie Banana & Hibiscus leave in for fine hair right now.
thick 3b; currently loving Devacurl and Kinky-Curly

*gasp* And you live in Seattle! I thought this was one of those that the tumbleweed-curlies like (those in the dryyyyy midwest) - but Seattle sure ain't tumbleweed town. And now, in my middle ground humidity home, I can remember this for a protein-free condish in case I'm sensitive.
Haha, yeah - I'm definitely not a tumbleweed curly! Granted, it's been much drier here this winter than usual, so perhaps I'll have to see how my hair handles it if we ever get another rainy season . . .

I do tend to rinse most/all of it out of my hair though. I tend to find that if I leave in conditioner that's not 'meant' to be left in, it can weigh my hair down a bit.
I'm in the southeast. Sc gets more rainfall than anyplace I've ever been. Well except I was in Portland for 2 months during that freak time it rained for the whole time. It was a record stretch I believe.
Anyhoo It's not dry here hardly EVER
Yay another B2B convert woohoo!
2c/3a?
Low porosity, medium texture.
http://public.fotki.com/Medusahair/

If it smells good put it in your hair, if it tastes good spit it out!
Yep, I'm a convert! Now I must go get something to sop up the drool on my keyboard. You people and your tantalizing product recs! Condish is the absolute worst, I hunger for it...if the weather improves soon I'm SO walking to the store.
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Condish is the one thing I always crave too! I don't think I'll ever have enough.
pw: curls
3b/a
Cowash - No Poo, Suave Coconut
Conditioner - One Condition
Leave In - KCKT
Gel - KCCC at the moment
I'm anxiously awaiting my order of the new CJ condish and the CJ Intense Protection leave-in for thick hair! I guess it's obvious I'm also a condish fiend.
3a/2c f/mii. pics added 2/3/07
I"m trying that Kenra in the morning, then I have some texture curly condish to try. My HG is the peach pom but dang it I had to try these at least once! It's like a law or something!
2c/3a?
Low porosity, medium texture.
http://public.fotki.com/Medusahair/

If it smells good put it in your hair, if it tastes good spit it out!
(I wonder why laurabeth had issues with it?)
Originally Posted by wild_sasparilla
I tested it in summer, and it was so very bad that I didn't slate it for a repeat test in cooler temps. I got a lot of frizz with it. So maybe it's a winter-popular item.
(I wonder why laurabeth had issues with it?)
Originally Posted by wild_sasparilla
I tested it in summer, and it was so very bad that I didn't slate it for a repeat test in cooler temps. I got a lot of frizz with it. So maybe it's a winter-popular item.
Originally Posted by laurabeth33
Interesting, laurabeth33 - that could be a problem. After all, I live in a land of constant summers. Your testing has been invaluable so far!
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wild_sasparilla, where is the land of constant summers?

And, of course, keep in mind that everyone's hair is different. Just because I didn't like something doesn't mean someone else might not like it. But the narrow path my hair likes seems to be fairly universally liked (but of course has some exceptions).
SuZen whats activate?
Deciding what to be when I grow up!!!
Mostly a 3b with thick, dry, frizzy hair. Using Jessicurl CC, re:coil, jessicurl conditioners and Elucence and Curl Junkie
SuZen whats activate?
Originally Posted by Merri
It's a brand that some Walgreens and Ulta has. Nice stuff. Very inexpensive too ($6.99/bottle). Great detangling and slip.
wild_sasparilla, where is the land of constant summers?

And, of course, keep in mind that everyone's hair is different. Just because I didn't like something doesn't mean someone else might not like it. But the narrow path my hair likes seems to be fairly universally liked (but of course has some exceptions).
Originally Posted by laurabeth33
That would be San Diego, which does have some days of cold raininess here and there these days, but right now is back to normal, bright and sunny. I usually hate that - the sun likes to fry me all the time. But it does make for a description that makes curlies elsewhere happy!
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