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Old 10-15-2012, 12:31 PM   #1
 
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Okay well, I recently ran out of a great leave in conditioner that I felt worked for my hair. However, I had to use quite a lot and although not expensive, it isn't what I'd call cheap. Also, it's not available in the my local drug store. Yesterday I bought Tresseme Naturals. Today, I used it as my regular and then put a bit in as my leave in, then used a mousse, and then diffused. I felt that it didn't look as good as usual, but maybe it's possible that I was simply having a bad hair day, which occasionally I do get. I just wanted to know other people's opinions on this conditioner as a leave in, and how much others use to get good results, and just generally hair advice! Please answer, would be greatly appreciated. Also, I think my hair type is 2c and low porosity. Can't be certain though. Thanks..
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Old 10-15-2012, 12:51 PM   #2
 
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I use it for a pre-poo sometimes, and I have some in a spray bottle with water that I use for refreshing, etc, so that's kid of a LI.

But many people use it as a LI. As long as it works for you, do it!
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