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greencup13 11-27-2012 05:28 PM

Conditioner style only--winter
 
Just checking in to see how the winter and low dews are going for everyone and condition only styling?

What conditioner are you all using now for low dews?

Are you doing anything besides conditioning? (adding a LI under the condish you style with, sealing, anything)

I feel like if I try to add stuff to my regime my hair just goes out of wack. I feel like my hair likes minimal product but moisturizing ones.

Im still trying to find the PERFECT condish thats moisturizing enough. I just feel like my hair could be softer.(but I feel like the perfect conditioner doesnt exist)

rbb 11-28-2012 06:01 AM

greencup - i see you use curl junkie products. have you tried curl rehab as a leave in conditioner? i love deep fix as a dt, but find curl rehab makes a great leave in.
for lower dew points i seal after i condition (and sometimes add styler,then i seal).

Fmasuhr 11-28-2012 02:16 PM

i mix oil in the palm of my hands when im doing my condish thing. when its really dry, or cold, then i use a different oil on my ends and during the day i wear my hair in a bun. i change my bun every day so its not the same and diff. right now im using the rainforest moisture condish, from the body shop, i really like it, it gives me great hold and keeps the moisture locked in nicely. i even get second day hair when i do it after my shower at night.

greencup13 11-28-2012 08:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rbb (Post 2077276)
greencup - i see you use curl junkie products. have you tried curl rehab as a leave in conditioner? i love deep fix as a dt, but find curl rehab makes a great leave in.
for lower dew points i seal after i condition (and sometimes add styler,then i seal).

I think I'm actually protein sensitive
So the rehab would be out for leave jt

rbb 11-29-2012 06:16 AM

i believe the curl rehab is protein-free. it is the deep fix that has some proteins.

Geek_Chic 11-29-2012 12:56 PM

Curl Rehab doesn't have typical "proten", "hydrolyzed", or "amino acids" typically considered proteins, but it does have a lot of herbal extracts, which can act like proteins for someone who is sensitive to them.

jsuzkelley 11-29-2012 02:57 PM

I don't generally do conditioner only styling, but I'm wondering if the LOC method might work for this; Leave in (water based), Oil, and Cream. Would help seal and add extra layers of moisture, still without having to use gels or other traditional "styling" products. I'm thinking of doing this underneath my jelly stylers now that the dews have dropped so low (I already do the LI and seal with oil, but I think the cream will add the extra moisture I'm missing).

greencup13 11-29-2012 06:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by greencup13 (Post 2077667)
Quote:

Originally Posted by rbb (Post 2077276)
greencup - i see you use curl junkie products. have you tried curl rehab as a leave in conditioner? i love deep fix as a dt, but find curl rehab makes a great leave in.
for lower dew points i seal after i condition (and sometimes add styler,then i seal).

I think I'm actually protein sensitive
So the rehab would be out for leave jt

Woops. I was thinking of repair me

greencup13 12-01-2012 08:34 PM

Anyone else?

NvmbrCurlss 12-01-2012 10:51 PM

Switched from kckt mixed with grapeseed oil to CJBCLI mixed with grapeseed oil. I also use low heat to set the product and avoid frozen hair ( low dews in the Midwest right now) until damp and not dripping. Turns out, a little heat packs a punch, cuz I have not needed a dc in weeks!


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