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Old 02-10-2007, 11:01 AM   #1
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Default My hair is so DRY!

Iím thinking of giving the curly girl method a try againÖor at least a modified curly girl method. My hair had just seemed so DRY lately. Currently I am using Ouidad shampoos. I have fine, but very thick 3A hair.

I have at least half size bottles of all of the devacurl products, so I would really like to give these products another shot. When looking back through pictures of last year when I was using deva products, I noticed that I wore my hair down a lot more than I do now. The only reason that I stopped using these products was because I always felt like my hair was getting overconditioned all of the time, and then my hair looked weighed down and gross.

What do you think, should I give this another shot? Maybe try a modified routine this time. I do also have lo-poo so thatís a possibility to. I also have some leftover Jessicurl HCC- but the oils never seemed to do well on my hair.

Also-what are some good no-poo friendly products to use for the winterÖI have the angel gel, but for the winter I donít think I like it. I do have re-coil, and it worked for me last year, but this year I canít seem to get it to work.

Lately, Iíve noticed that everything I put on my hair seems to get more crunchy than normal, even after scrunching out. Is this because my hair is dryed out?

Iím just frustrated with my hair right now and need a change!

Advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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