Diffusing tips, routines?

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So could I ask you,Marci, how you apply your product and diffuse...and what dryer with attachment do you use....I would like to experiment....I have low porosity and fine hair...I just always steered away from flipping and touching and shaking my hair...but like someone said...Maybe with my hair being low porosity it won't frizz as much as I think....plus I'd rather have awesome big voluminous hair with frizz....and I like the idea of the hair falling in a more natural pattern...
2b/c CG since 8/12
I have low porosity and fine/med texture. Easily weighed down and VERY frizzy crown, with straighter under layers

Low-poo:TJ TTT, CJ GCS
LI/RO/DC: CK Satin Roots,Sevi Pumpkin, SSI Okra reconstructor, CJ SAC,CJ RM
Stylers: AG Recoil, JC SS
Jellies: CK Coil Jam, Okra gel(HG)
Gel: JC CC, Ouidad H&H gel, Ouidad moisture lock gel

Hair loves moisture protein.
MUST Pixie diffuse.

My hair dose NOT like oils, butters or polyquats Or glycerin in high dews

LOL that is exactly how I felt when I watched this vid... I couldn't sleep, I wanted that hair! As far as the flipping goes, I am very gentle with it especially before the curls are "set". Once I feel that the gel is forming a cast I go ahead and ruffle my roots a bit. This is the part that takes forever to dry and if I don't flip my hair just droops. But for the most part if the diffuser is touching my hair, I leave it in for a few seconds pretty much the same as pixie diffusing. I don't rake or tousle my hair when applying products. I tried it today, just for the sake of trying. My hair is currently in a bun. Worst hair day I've had in months
Originally Posted by Marci
Oh that is terrible. Just as I feared. Sorry Marci. But I do have hope for the flipping now that you say it worked out so well. I'll try tomorrow morning or maybe tonight if I get home early. And maybe I'll give finger twirling the canopy another go. Just because it didn't work the first dozen times doesn't mean I shouldn't be patient. You know what it is? I have short fingers. I'm just a short little lady whose hair is too big for her britches. I mean digits. Oh well.
3A - C, HP, ME, HD. (Coarse, High Porosity, Medium Elasticity, High Density.)

CG since Nov. 2012

Poos: SM Moisture Retention + Yucca Baobab, TJ's Tea Tree Tingle
Condish: TJ 'sTea Tree Tingle*, SM Moisture Retention* + Curl & Shine + Yucca Baobab, Yes to Blueberries
Stylers: KCKT*, SM Curl Enhancing Smoothie* + Curl & Style Milk*, KCCC*, FSG*, CJ Pattern Pusha, Curl Keeper
Sealers: Jojoba* or Grapeseed* oil

* = HG

So could I ask you,Marci, how you apply your product and diffuse...and what dryer with attachment do you use....I would like to experiment....I have low porosity and fine hair...I just always steered away from flipping and touching and shaking my hair...but like someone said...Maybe with my hair being low porosity it won't frizz as much as I think....plus I'd rather have awesome big voluminous hair with frizz....and I like the idea of the hair falling in a more natural pattern...
Originally Posted by shellyRN07swavy
Shelly, the dryer I have is a Revlon rv544. It was a cheapie from Walmart, and the diffuser is the one that came with the dryer. It isn't as big as in the vid, but works out alright. And as far as applying products, I do everything upside down which I know some girls can't do. I rake/scrunch in leave in first and work that into soaking hair. I use very little, about a nickel for my BSL hair. Lately I've been sprinkling a little epsom salts into it and dissolving that in my palm before applying. Next I use the same method for curl cream or some light styler. I was using LOOB but since it ran out I tried lube, lol. That gives me great definition but i don't think the humidity agrees with the glycerin. Lastly i rake in a tablespoon of gel and work that in. Then I have to flip to make my part, but only if I have time. Otherwise I work in sections, usually 3-4 and I smooth/scrunch about a tablespoon of gel into each. I make sure everything makes squishy sounds, if not, I add more water a la supersoaker. No more raking at this point, just scrunching the hair into my scalp and trying to cup out the excess water. Once most of the water is out, I continue scrunching with a cotton tshirt. I probably use 3 of them, switching when it gets soaked. Finally hair goes into a plop which helps to get the last of the extra moisture and excess product. Then my hair goes straight from the plop into the diffuser bowl! No touchy, no arranging, no nothing. As I proved today, the less I touch my hair when its damp, the better lol. I use high heat, low setting but that may not be for everyone. I think since my dryer is a cheapie the hot setting isnt all that hot because warm would take me hours to dry.
I'm with you on voluminous hair! I love it, even with a little frizz because the frizz is almost like a part of the style lol.

Oh that is terrible. Just as I feared. Sorry Marci. But I do have hope for the flipping now that you say it worked out so well. I'll try tomorrow morning or maybe tonight if I get home early. And maybe I'll give finger twirling the canopy another go. Just because it didn't work the first dozen times doesn't mean I shouldn't be patient. You know what it is? I have short fingers. I'm just a short little lady whose hair is too big for her britches. I mean digits. Oh well.
Originally Posted by dusalocks
Its all good dusalocks, my hair is generally well-behaved so seeing it unruly was interesting to say the least. I had a lion's mane, which really was way too much volume for everyday wear. My hair looked like it swallowed my face lol. I NEED my clumps. Def give the finger twirling a go, because sometimes just a few unruly curls are all that need to be fixed. Good luck with the experiments and with the flipping. Remember to be gentle and not to flip too hard if the curls aren't set. I guess the way I see it is its only the roots that need some movement while drying not the actual curls. Those stay safe inside the diffuser. I always look into the mirror to make sure I'm cupping my layers properly and that has helped tremendously. And with that, happy saturday ladies
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She has the Solano universal diffuser. Same one I have- it is AWESOME!!!! Pricey, but worth it. It fits on both my dryers perfectly, Never falls off.
2C/ Coarse/ Normal porosity/ SW Florida/ Salt & Pepper
Cleanse: CJ Daily Fix, JC Cleansing Cream, TJ Tea Tree Condish
Condish: JC Too Shea, CJ Curl Rehab (both as RO & LI)
Stylers: UFD CM, CJ PP, JC Spiralicious, Darcy's Cream Gel & Cocoa bean whip
She has the Solano universal diffuser. Same one I have- it is AWESOME!!!! Pricey, but worth it. It fits on both my dryers perfectly, Never falls off.
Originally Posted by chloe92us

Thank you..I have a cheapy Revlon dryer…not sure which style...but the low heat setting seems to get hotter as I dry my hair..by the end... I have to use the cool setting because it feels like its burning my scalp…yikes...so i think its time for a new one...i had a rusk speedfreak before...was not that impressed with it...but will look for that diffuser attachament...thanks again
2b/c CG since 8/12
I have low porosity and fine/med texture. Easily weighed down and VERY frizzy crown, with straighter under layers

Low-poo:TJ TTT, CJ GCS
LI/RO/DC: CK Satin Roots,Sevi Pumpkin, SSI Okra reconstructor, CJ SAC,CJ RM
Stylers: AG Recoil, JC SS
Jellies: CK Coil Jam, Okra gel(HG)
Gel: JC CC, Ouidad H&H gel, Ouidad moisture lock gel

Hair loves moisture protein.
MUST Pixie diffuse.

My hair dose NOT like oils, butters or polyquats Or glycerin in high dews

Last edited by shellyRN07swavy; 04-07-2013 at 02:17 PM.
I have this diffuser from Sally's - it looks similar to the one she uses in the video, and it was only $10:

Diffusing tips, routines?-imageuploadedbycurltalk1365342624.394687.jpg

BTW, I've watched that video a couple of times now - wanted to get the process stuck in my head so I can try it in the morning - and the song that plays during it is so catchy I looked it up on iTunes and bought it, lol!
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Thanks Marci for this...I think I can see some areas that I can modify for my routine...Im trying to achieve the same look as you..so maybe switching it up a bit might help...I also add all my products with my hair flipped over..I would have NO root lift if I didnít...complete helmet head..lol..But where I veer off is.. I smooth in my LI and okra gel..then SS to get one large clump...scrunch and pump to break that into 4-5 smaller clumps...my hair at this point is not dripping wet but close to it...then I immediately plop..But what Iím gathering that I could change... is to rake the LI and okra gel in.. then scrunch/pump all upside down...then flip over and smooth/scrunch more okra gel in.. fix my part...and to help encourage clumps at this point..I would do a modified SS right??..b/c I can see that my hair would be pretty stringy if I didnt...then I would continue to scrunch with flour sack or tshirt??..and then plop for few mins???...I think my hair would be pretty dry by this time..but maybe thats where I have gone wrong...by scrunching my hair with a tshirt or flour sack...thus making my hair more dry.. would probably allow me to gently flip my hair from side/side while diffusing for few mins and not cause major frizz...Ok im gonna give this a try...any other suggestions welcome from anyone..thank you again Marci
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2b/c CG since 8/12
I have low porosity and fine/med texture. Easily weighed down and VERY frizzy crown, with straighter under layers

Low-poo:TJ TTT, CJ GCS
LI/RO/DC: CK Satin Roots,Sevi Pumpkin, SSI Okra reconstructor, CJ SAC,CJ RM
Stylers: AG Recoil, JC SS
Jellies: CK Coil Jam, Okra gel(HG)
Gel: JC CC, Ouidad H&H gel, Ouidad moisture lock gel

Hair loves moisture protein.
MUST Pixie diffuse.

My hair dose NOT like oils, butters or polyquats Or glycerin in high dews
Sorry to post again..it will be a quick one..just wondred when do you clip your roots...do you clip them before diffusing or after, like in the video...I have been clipping after plopping and leave clipped while diffusing...but maybe this is actually hindering my root volume...hmmm
2b/c CG since 8/12
I have low porosity and fine/med texture. Easily weighed down and VERY frizzy crown, with straighter under layers

Low-poo:TJ TTT, CJ GCS
LI/RO/DC: CK Satin Roots,Sevi Pumpkin, SSI Okra reconstructor, CJ SAC,CJ RM
Stylers: AG Recoil, JC SS
Jellies: CK Coil Jam, Okra gel(HG)
Gel: JC CC, Ouidad H&H gel, Ouidad moisture lock gel

Hair loves moisture protein.
MUST Pixie diffuse.

My hair dose NOT like oils, butters or polyquats Or glycerin in high dews
Feeling like the living dead this lazy Sunday but I think I may try out that flipping technique. I'll try and watch the video again.
3A - C, HP, ME, HD. (Coarse, High Porosity, Medium Elasticity, High Density.)

CG since Nov. 2012

Poos: SM Moisture Retention + Yucca Baobab, TJ's Tea Tree Tingle
Condish: TJ 'sTea Tree Tingle*, SM Moisture Retention* + Curl & Shine + Yucca Baobab, Yes to Blueberries
Stylers: KCKT*, SM Curl Enhancing Smoothie* + Curl & Style Milk*, KCCC*, FSG*, CJ Pattern Pusha, Curl Keeper
Sealers: Jojoba* or Grapeseed* oil

* = HG

Sorry to post again..it will be a quick one..just wondred when do you clip your roots...do you clip them before diffusing or after, like in the video...I have been clipping after plopping and leave clipped while diffusing...but maybe this is actually hindering my root volume...hmmm
Originally Posted by shellyRN07swavy
Shelly, I clip my roots at about the halfway dry point, when the curls are set but still feel damp. That way I can judge what sections are drooping. Sometimes I don't need many clips at all. Sometimes I have to add two rows, one along my part and one a little lower on either side. I do this very carefully not to touch the curls. This is also the point where I would notice funky looking clumps and scrunch those up. I believe you said your canopy gives you trouble, so I'd say work on those sections at this point. I have stringlets around my ears so those are the ones I usually have to fix. Once my hair is fully dry, I do leave the clips in for a bit if I have the time. If not, I pineapple everything and leave it up in the car until I arrive at my destination. Then I scrunch out some of the crunch. The clips I have are metal duckbill looking ones, and they aren't the best. The trick for them not to fall is to clip smaller rather than larger sections. I want some different ones eventually, maybe the jaw clips. HTH
I can't wait to hear about your results !!
Feeling like the living dead this lazy Sunday but I think I may try out that flipping technique. I'll try and watch the video again.
Originally Posted by dusalocks

let me know how it turns out...and what you felt worked and didnt work for your hair...thanks
2b/c CG since 8/12
I have low porosity and fine/med texture. Easily weighed down and VERY frizzy crown, with straighter under layers

Low-poo:TJ TTT, CJ GCS
LI/RO/DC: CK Satin Roots,Sevi Pumpkin, SSI Okra reconstructor, CJ SAC,CJ RM
Stylers: AG Recoil, JC SS
Jellies: CK Coil Jam, Okra gel(HG)
Gel: JC CC, Ouidad H&H gel, Ouidad moisture lock gel

Hair loves moisture protein.
MUST Pixie diffuse.

My hair dose NOT like oils, butters or polyquats Or glycerin in high dews
Sorry to post again..it will be a quick one..just wondred when do you clip your roots...do you clip them before diffusing or after, like in the video...I have been clipping after plopping and leave clipped while diffusing...but maybe this is actually hindering my root volume...hmmm
Originally Posted by shellyRN07swavy
Shelly, I clip my roots at about the halfway dry point, when the curls are set but still feel damp. That way I can judge what sections are drooping. Sometimes I don't need many clips at all. Sometimes I have to add two rows, one along my part and one a little lower on either side. I do this very carefully not to touch the curls. This is also the point where I would notice funky looking clumps and scrunch those up. I believe you said your canopy gives you trouble, so I'd say work on those sections at this point. I have stringlets around my ears so those are the ones I usually have to fix. Once my hair is fully dry, I do leave the clips in for a bit if I have the time. If not, I pineapple everything and leave it up in the car until I arrive at my destination. Then I scrunch out some of the crunch. The clips I have are metal duckbill looking ones, and they aren't the best. The trick for them not to fall is to clip smaller rather than larger sections. I want some different ones eventually, maybe the jaw clips. HTH
I can't wait to hear about your results !!
Originally Posted by Marci

Thank you for all your suggestions...i am going to pick up some flour sacks 2morrow...my BF is getting tired of me stealing his tshirts...lol...so will try this new routine then...ill have to re-read this thread and watch the video again prior to my wash..lol...im also looking into making my own okra gel...thanks to the great and knowledgeable kathymack...which i think will help with volume and frizz...i use BB styling mudd now...but only use as little as possible for my hair...since it costs a pretty penny...
2b/c CG since 8/12
I have low porosity and fine/med texture. Easily weighed down and VERY frizzy crown, with straighter under layers

Low-poo:TJ TTT, CJ GCS
LI/RO/DC: CK Satin Roots,Sevi Pumpkin, SSI Okra reconstructor, CJ SAC,CJ RM
Stylers: AG Recoil, JC SS
Jellies: CK Coil Jam, Okra gel(HG)
Gel: JC CC, Ouidad H&H gel, Ouidad moisture lock gel

Hair loves moisture protein.
MUST Pixie diffuse.

My hair dose NOT like oils, butters or polyquats Or glycerin in high dews
I'm glad I'm not the only one in love with Mezas hair, if only I had a hope on hell of getting mine to look like that (i wouldn't say no to her singing voice either)

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2C, Medium thickness, Low posity
Recovering from a year of keratin and bleach with CG

Routine

Low Poo, Condition, Leave in, Curl cream, Supersoak, Gel, Diffuse on high heat, with minimal lift to encourage waves and reduce frizz, Dry on cool with nozzle down to smooth hair and finish drying,Shine Serum

Weekly gelatin protien treatments.
Reporting in. Flipping = frizz. Not much since I stopped early and got discouraged and just pixied the rest of the way through. (Also the finger twirling didn't work out either. Actually stretched out my curls.) Here is what I am thinking. I style my first day hair using mostly leave in conditioner (used a blend of three leave ins today actually) and a pinch of KCCC to define and set the curl because my curl pattern is strong enough and all I need is moisture, not too much hold. But I need better hold if I'm going to be flipping around my hair when I style it. Next time I'm going to either double/triple up on the KCCC or switch to CG pattern pusha maybe. What do you guys think?
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3A - C, HP, ME, HD. (Coarse, High Porosity, Medium Elasticity, High Density.)

CG since Nov. 2012

Poos: SM Moisture Retention + Yucca Baobab, TJ's Tea Tree Tingle
Condish: TJ 'sTea Tree Tingle*, SM Moisture Retention* + Curl & Shine + Yucca Baobab, Yes to Blueberries
Stylers: KCKT*, SM Curl Enhancing Smoothie* + Curl & Style Milk*, KCCC*, FSG*, CJ Pattern Pusha, Curl Keeper
Sealers: Jojoba* or Grapeseed* oil

* = HG

Thanks Marci for this...I think I can see some areas that I can modify for my routine...Im trying to achieve the same look as you..so maybe switching it up a bit might help...I also add all my products with my hair flipped over..I would have NO root lift if I didn’t...complete helmet head..lol..But where I veer off is.. I smooth in my LI and okra gel..then SS to get one large clump...scrunch and pump to break that into 4-5 smaller clumps...my hair at this point is not dripping wet but close to it...then I immediately plop..But what I’m gathering that I could change... is to rake the LI and okra gel in.. then scrunch/pump all upside down...then flip over and smooth/scrunch more okra gel in.. fix my part...and to help encourage clumps at this point..I would do a modified SS right??..b/c I can see that my hair would be pretty stringy if I didnt...then I would continue to scrunch with flour sack or tshirt??..and then plop for few mins???...I think my hair would be pretty dry by this time..but maybe thats where I have gone wrong...by scrunching my hair with a tshirt or flour sack...thus making my hair more dry.. would probably allow me to gently flip my hair from side/side while diffusing for few mins and not cause major frizz...Ok im gonna give this a try...any other suggestions welcome from anyone..thank you again Marci
Originally Posted by shellyRN07swavy
Shelly, I think you're right about the additional manipulation making for fewer clumps/stringier hair. I tried diffusing when I first started CG and it was a disaster so I mostly plop and air dry. Then I saw a post suggesting diffusing WHILE plopped, I've done this a few times and it definitely lessens the drying time. What I do is plop after products like you do then give my flour-sacked hair a blast of high heat. The sack gets wet pretty quickly after I put it on so this gives it a little more absorbing power and it stays warm for a bit too. After 15-30 minutes my hair is fairly set. I tried diffusing again after doing this tonight (and reading all the tips in this thread) and my hair was definitely set enough to flip around. I did end up with some baby hairs sticking in odd directions but no frizz and good definition, and wavier waves!! Just for the record though I was way more gentle then the girl in the video and I pixie diffused.

In case anyones in the same predicament: Before tonight I would let my hair air dry for 30 mins or so after the first plop then replop for a while with a bit more diffusing (through the plop). Sometimes I would get a few weird bits from the 2nd plop but since I sleep on it and so far I haven't gotten my waves to last through the day this wasn't a big deal for me.

Just want to thank all of you for sharing your techniques, it will be great not to have to go to bed with damp hair all the time.
Here's hoping for waves that stick around all day!
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2A / F / MD / LP / ?E / BSL --- CG since Dec. 2012

This is what I'm happiest with right now.
Co-wash: CJ DailyFix
Lo-poo: DermOrganic low-poo
RO: SS Caitlin's co
Leave-in: SheScentIt Okra Repair condish
PT: SS Caitlin's + SS PT
Stylers: Volumax Mega Gel, Max Green Styling Gel, DermOrganics Spray Gel
Techniques: Plopping & Pixie Diffusing.
glycerin, honey, oils & butters Protein!

Last edited by Lynaea; 04-07-2013 at 07:18 PM.
Reporting in. Flipping = frizz. Not much since I stopped early and got discouraged and just pixied the rest of the way through. (Also the finger twirling didn't work out either. Actually stretched out my curls.) Here is what I am thinking. I style my first day hair using mostly leave in conditioner (used a blend of three leave ins today actually) and a pinch of KCCC to define and set the curl because my curl pattern is strong enough and all I need is moisture, not too much hold. But I need better hold if I'm going to be flipping around my hair when I style it. Next time I'm going to either double/triple up on the KCCC or switch to CG pattern pusha maybe. What do you guys think?
Originally Posted by dusalocks
Dusa, that's too bad the flipping didn't work out Sometimes happens, that's what I'm going through with glycerin... looks beautiful but it's not holding up in the humidity. But it could be that a stronger hold product could help your hair withstand all the flipping. I use a hard hold gel myself so by the time I start to flip my hair is fairly stiff and starting to get some crunch. But the reason for hardcore gel is not so that I can flip but rather because of the weather. Just so happened that those two work out for me together. You're lucky that you don't need much hold. I do, or my head won't fit through the door, lol.

Edit: I forgot to mention, the finger twirling is a no-no for me. I just kinda squish the offending curl after I wrap it around my finger... that usually makes it clump together. HTH

Shelly, I think you're right about the additional manipulation making for fewer clumps/stringier hair. I tried diffusing when I first started CG and it was a disaster so I mostly plop and air dry. Then I saw a post suggesting diffusing WHILE plopped, I've done this a few times and it definitely lessens the drying time. What I do is plop after products like you do then give my flour-sacked hair a blast of high heat. The sack gets wet pretty quickly after I put it on so this gives it a little more absorbing power and it stays warm for a bit too. After 15-30 minutes my hair is fairly set. I tried diffusing again after doing this tonight (and reading all the tips in this thread) and my hair was definitely set enough to flip around. I did end up with some baby hairs sticking in odd directions but no frizz and good definition, and wavier waves!! Just for the record though I was way more gentle then the girl in the video and I pixie diffused.
Originally Posted by Lynaea
Woo Lynaea!!! I am glad to hear it worked out for you, I think the setting step is super important like diffusing during the plop for you or for me, the first 5 or so minutes of upside down diffusing. And yes, I definitely advocate being more gentle than Meza. If I started tossing my hair around like her I would end up with WAY more volume than I need. I love how we are all learning from each other... I am so trying that heat through the plop
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Last edited by Marci; 04-07-2013 at 08:36 PM. Reason: forgot
Marci- (sorry to derail this thread)- I noticed you're in s fla. I'm also in Fl....what do you use for products now that the humidity is back? Are you glycerin free?
2C/ Coarse/ Normal porosity/ SW Florida/ Salt & Pepper
Cleanse: CJ Daily Fix, JC Cleansing Cream, TJ Tea Tree Condish
Condish: JC Too Shea, CJ Curl Rehab (both as RO & LI)
Stylers: UFD CM, CJ PP, JC Spiralicious, Darcy's Cream Gel & Cocoa bean whip
Oh yes, you're so right! Believe me, the only reason I don't need a hard hold gel is because I live in an arid climate. But I think I'm going to try diffusing with one anyways just to see if I can get some more flippage going on.

Since I have small hands, I usually just scrunch a small section wherever a curl has gone out of whack to make it clump. Typically works but it'd be nice to finger twirl at the roots. I think I'm going to keep trying. Practice makes perfect.
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3A - C, HP, ME, HD. (Coarse, High Porosity, Medium Elasticity, High Density.)

CG since Nov. 2012

Poos: SM Moisture Retention + Yucca Baobab, TJ's Tea Tree Tingle
Condish: TJ 'sTea Tree Tingle*, SM Moisture Retention* + Curl & Shine + Yucca Baobab, Yes to Blueberries
Stylers: KCKT*, SM Curl Enhancing Smoothie* + Curl & Style Milk*, KCCC*, FSG*, CJ Pattern Pusha, Curl Keeper
Sealers: Jojoba* or Grapeseed* oil

* = HG

Reporting in. Flipping = frizz. Not much since I stopped early and got discouraged and just pixied the rest of the way through. (Also the finger twirling didn't work out either. Actually stretched out my curls.) Here is what I am thinking. I style my first day hair using mostly leave in conditioner (used a blend of three leave ins today actually) and a pinch of KCCC to define and set the curl because my curl pattern is strong enough and all I need is moisture, not too much hold. But I need better hold if I'm going to be flipping around my hair when I style it. Next time I'm going to either double/triple up on the KCCC or switch to CG pattern pusha maybe. What do you guys think?
Originally Posted by dusalocks
Thanks for your post...I could see that...I think to do the flipping you should have some type of hold...in the video her hair just looked damp...and she added TONS of gel prior to diffusing...I'm jealous u can use kccc...I always had the problem with it...it takes FOREVER to dry on my hair...more time then I wanted to...loved the product...cj ppgel didn't give me any hold whatsoever. ..but i used to use it on my root area for volume and frizz control...now the okra gel dose it all..

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2b/c CG since 8/12
I have low porosity and fine/med texture. Easily weighed down and VERY frizzy crown, with straighter under layers

Low-poo:TJ TTT, CJ GCS
LI/RO/DC: CK Satin Roots,Sevi Pumpkin, SSI Okra reconstructor, CJ SAC,CJ RM
Stylers: AG Recoil, JC SS
Jellies: CK Coil Jam, Okra gel(HG)
Gel: JC CC, Ouidad H&H gel, Ouidad moisture lock gel

Hair loves moisture protein.
MUST Pixie diffuse.

My hair dose NOT like oils, butters or polyquats Or glycerin in high dews
I'm glad I'm not the only one in love with Mezas hair, if only I had a hope on hell of getting mine to look like that (i wouldn't say no to her singing voice either)
Was she the one on the first season of the voice??..or maybe I'm thinking of someone else...but am very hair jealous...I have to really work at my hair for it to look 2cish...ugh
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Originally Posted by Yoshimi


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2b/c CG since 8/12
I have low porosity and fine/med texture. Easily weighed down and VERY frizzy crown, with straighter under layers

Low-poo:TJ TTT, CJ GCS
LI/RO/DC: CK Satin Roots,Sevi Pumpkin, SSI Okra reconstructor, CJ SAC,CJ RM
Stylers: AG Recoil, JC SS
Jellies: CK Coil Jam, Okra gel(HG)
Gel: JC CC, Ouidad H&H gel, Ouidad moisture lock gel

Hair loves moisture protein.
MUST Pixie diffuse.

My hair dose NOT like oils, butters or polyquats Or glycerin in high dews

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