A lot of folks swear by CK for frizz control. I, too, like it , though I'm not sure it makes that much of a difference in frizz for me - I just like the way my curls look after using it. (Only you ladies would understand what I mean. )
Anyway - on to the question....has anybody tried the rest of the line? How did you like it? Or not like it?
Have had my hair short for almost a year now. No regrets! Still loving it!
I tried the "moisture pack" and didn't like anything but the CK. The shampoo is VERY drying, and the conditioner did nothing at all to combat the dryness from the poo. The treatment and leave-in were ok, but nothing to write home about. Plus, I found the scent unbearable. I was really disappointed, and I didn't even end up using up my trial sizes.
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I use the Treatment Shampoo, the Slip detangler/leave-in, and CK...once a week, I use the Pure Silk Protein treatment for a DT. I've been using these products together since May, and my hair is doing really well with them. I can usually get 2-3 days of good hair before having to wash again, which I've never been able to do before (my hair is really fine and fickle). A good way to try and see if the products work for you is to try one of the sample packs they offer, or to check the swap board to see if anyone is trying to sell/swap what didn't work for them. HTH, and good luck!
Wavy/Curly Hair (2b, 2c & 3a)
Hair Texture: Fine
Hair Porosity: Low to Normal
Hair Density: Medium
I've only used the CK and the gel. I love the CK but was so unimpressed with the gel. Cheap Suave beats it anyday. I wanted to try the Slip detangler, but I'm already happy with my RC condish, so why bother? Glad I didn't try the drying shampoo.
SF Bay Area, CA * "The Angel-Goddess-Guru of Haircoloring" 3b/c/a mix. medium texture, low porosity
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