Jessicurl HCC or Suave CON wash?

Which do you prefer if either?
Everyone always wants what they can't have.
I suave conditioner wash most days and about twice a week I do a devacurl no poo
Hcc has too much oil for me and seems to leave my hair limp
It's great though if you have dry hair I bet
2c/3a?
Low porosity, medium texture.
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I prefer the HCC. Every time I've tried to use Suave as a CO wash, I would get wax-like build-up and my hair would feel like straw. I have dry hair so the HCC leaves my hair soft but doesn't make it feel heavy. I can also use it every day if I want and it doesn't dry my hair/scalp out.
Texture: Fine
Porosity: Low
Elasticity: Low
Density: Medium/High...I think


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Most definately prefer the Sauve Aloe for CO wash!!
The HCC has to much oil, feels heavy
I went through a phase of using HCC every week or two, but really, my hair doesn't need it. Now I only CO-wash.
I prefer the HCC. Every time I've tried to use Suave as a CO wash, I would get wax-like build-up and my hair would feel like straw. I have dry hair so the HCC leaves my hair soft but doesn't make it feel heavy. I can also use it every day if I want and it doesn't dry my hair/scalp out.
Originally Posted by Clarita

Yup, yup, yup.

I've heard some people say they can't take all the oils in the HCC, and I don't get that myself, because I haven't noticed that at all. Maybe my hair needs the oils, but my hair feels clean, and soft, and bouncy with HCC.

I'm totally bummed out b/c I ran out of my Too Shea! and I don't think I'm gonna be able to convince hubby to get any more right now, so I've been using a Suave Naturals. I'm trying to alternate co-washing w/ the Suave, and using my HCC, b/c when I run out of that I'm REALLY gonna freak out!
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