NEW Shea Moisture Hair Care Products!

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wait.....hair dye???!! made of what, with what colors? I swear if this is made of natural ingredients (like henna!!!) I might have some kind of anyuerism, lol.

okay, list of stores, I cant see the list on my phone, ive been trying. I need someone to tell me if columbia,md or baltimore,md or anywhere in maryland really, is on the list. papi refuses to take me to target unless I know its there beforehand.
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I got my mousse yesterday! And I tried it today on naked hair, something I would never do normally, and it's freaking awesome. My hair dried feeling really soft and nice and shiny. This is huge cause my hair is very dry and it's 25 degrees out and not hair friendly. I think over the leave in my hair will be perfect. It's not as clumpy, so this product won't help clumping, but I think it does pause your hair so that it dries as nice as it looked wet. No crunch or anything like that. It is moisturizing so maybe some of you 2 hair types might find it be a nice lightweight leave-in, though wavy girls whose hair falls flat mid day probably will still need a gel.
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They've been hiding it in the back of the store
Can anyone say whether the new curl + shine is meant as a leave-in conditioner as well as rinse out (like the shea conditioner)?
I find it most frustrating that these wonderful products do not give more specific information about their use, and that the company has a facebook page but not a website...seems kind of a poor choice of priorities. It IS confusing as to what their various styling/conditioning products are supposed to be used for.
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Can anyone say whether the new curl + shine is meant as a leave-in conditioner as well as rinse out (like the shea conditioner)?
Originally Posted by joseybird
It's a rinse out the curl style milk is the leave in
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I find it most frustrating that these wonderful products do not give more specific information about their use, and that the company has a facebook page but not a website...seems kind of a poor choice of priorities. It IS confusing as to what their various styling/conditioning products are supposed to be used for.
Originally Posted by Myrna
It doesn't seem that confusing to me and it makes sense that they aren't so super specific. One person's rinse out can be another person's leave-in. We're all so flexible with the way we use products and I think SheaMoisture knows that.
has anyone tried the pink label condish yet? and can say how it's moisture is compared to the milk, which did nothing for my hair.

i did pick up the co-wash on my last trip to target tho. it did it's thing. i always check to make sure the water looks dirty as if the gunk is rinsed out of my hair and it was, even some light detangling properties on my hair. and i picked up something from the kids line (i know, i have it real bad) that i still haven't tried, condish or the shampoo, and it smells bomb.
mod-cj, 3b/3c (spring factor of 5inches), high density, medium thickness and porosity.

the usual / hg: tressme naturals, pm the conditioner, sm smoothie, sm souffle, kccc, aussie freeze.


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has anyone tried the pink label condish yet? and can say how it's moisture is compared to the milk, which did nothing for my hair.

i did pick up the co-wash on my last trip to target tho. it did it's thing. i always check to make sure the water looks dirty as if the gunk is rinsed out of my hair and it was, even some light detangling properties on my hair. and i picked up something from the kids line (i know, i have it real bad) that i still haven't tried, condish or the shampoo, and it smells bomb.
Originally Posted by ninfee
The conditioner is a lot thicker than the milk it's moisturizing but for me had very little slip

The conditioner is a lot thicker than the milk it's moisturizing but for me had very little slip
Originally Posted by CurlyCutie1394
i also heard the detangler from the gold label line had very little slip. sm needs to step up it's game. but thank you for your response. is it thicker than the smoothie?
mod-cj, 3b/3c (spring factor of 5inches), high density, medium thickness and porosity.

the usual / hg: tressme naturals, pm the conditioner, sm smoothie, sm souffle, kccc, aussie freeze.

No it's slightly thinner than the smoothie
The conditioner for me was moisturizing and had nice slip as a RO. I don't care for it as a LI though. My hair felt nice while drying but later my ends were dry and crispy.
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I just tried their co-wash, and I am loving it as well, perhaps even more than my usual As I Am. On the other hand, however, I am not loving the tiny size of the SM bottle, especially given the price. I don't know about the rest of you, but I need to use a couple good-sized handfuls of cleanser when I co-wash, since it doesn't foam. The SM co-wash is around $10 for 8 oz, while As I Am is around $6-9 (depending on sales) for 16 oz. I'm gonna have to really fall in love with the SM if I'm going to make a permanent switch to them. We will see!
Originally Posted by Hootenanny
Same here. I felt I had to use alot especially since my hair is fairly long. don't know if I will repurchase.


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Ro: DC onecon., KCKT
LI: DC onecon., KCKT, CJ cccl
Stylers: CJ cccl, FSG, Cj ciab, DC angel
Oils: coconut oil, apricot kernel, grapeseed
I got my mousse yesterday! And I tried it today on naked hair, something I would never do normally, and it's freaking awesome. My hair dried feeling really soft and nice and shiny. This is huge cause my hair is very dry and it's 25 degrees out and not hair friendly. I think over the leave in my hair will be perfect. It's not as clumpy, so this product won't help clumping, but I think it does pause your hair so that it dries as nice as it looked wet. No crunch or anything like that. It is moisturizing so maybe some of you 2 hair types might find it be a nice lightweight leave-in, though wavy girls whose hair falls flat mid day probably will still need a gel.
Originally Posted by Jessiebanana
Totally agree, I have used it with and without gel on top and I think I prefer it with a little gel for the extra hold .



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Hair type:3a
Cleanser: devacurl or devacare nopoo, dc lowpoo
Ro: DC onecon., KCKT
LI: DC onecon., KCKT, CJ cccl
Stylers: CJ cccl, FSG, Cj ciab, DC angel
Oils: coconut oil, apricot kernel, grapeseed
For all the DC area curlies, these are at the Jefferson Davis Highway Target in Alexandria, VA.

Sadly they are a complete no-go for me, since they all seem to have cationic surfactants (behetrimonium chloride/methosulfate) or polyquats, which build up horribly on my hair.

My wallet is relieved, to be honest.

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Stylers: 4Naturals Spring Back, L'oreal Everstyle Curl Defining Gel

Avoiding: sulfates, ‘cones, parabens, polyquats/cationics (except stearamidopropyl dimethylamine), most proteins/extracts.
The detangler is good MUST use on wet hair to get slip
has anyone tried the pink label condish yet? and can say how it's moisture is compared to the milk, which did nothing for my hair.

i did pick up the co-wash on my last trip to target tho. it did it's thing. i always check to make sure the water looks dirty as if the gunk is rinsed out of my hair and it was, even some light detangling properties on my hair. and i picked up something from the kids line (i know, i have it real bad) that i still haven't tried, condish or the shampoo, and it smells bomb.
Originally Posted by ninfee
I haven't tried the pink label milk in a while but it worked well for cowashes and it had good slip as a rinse out conditioner. The milk was no good for me as a leave-in though. So far, the pink label conditioner is alright as a cowash but could use more slip. I haven't tried it as a leave-in yet. I'd like to know what the yellow label milk is like.



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SM Organic Raw Shea Butter and Argan Oil Hair Repair and Transition Kit
I find it most frustrating that these wonderful products do not give more specific information about their use, and that the company has a facebook page but not a website...seems kind of a poor choice of priorities. It IS confusing as to what their various styling/conditioning products are supposed to be used for.
Originally Posted by Myrna
The reason I respect this company is because they focus on production. They get the products in our hands. They have been upgrading their website for way over a year now & it frustrates me from time to time. However, they are on top of things with their fb page. They reaping to posts, complaints, & tell you what's coming out & where to buy. I can't ask for much more. This brand experienced some serious growth & I respect them for getting their website together before coming out with something half way done.

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About my hair:
weekly shampoo-HE Honey I'm Strong
daily conditioner-HE Honey I'm Strong (use as li)
go to style-Pocahontas braids
I find it most frustrating that these wonderful products do not give more specific information about their use, and that the company has a facebook page but not a website...seems kind of a poor choice of priorities. It IS confusing as to what their various styling/conditioning products are supposed to be used for.
Originally Posted by Myrna
I'm totally with you on that. I don't know if it's just me, but I HATE Facebook. I neglect mine entirely as it is, and it's one thing for a business to have a Facebook page as a side project, but Facebook is NOT a replacement for a professional website!! Not everybody wants to deal with the now downright impossible to navigate Facebook just to learn how to use a product. Ok, rant over.
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