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when you mix conditioner and honey do you use the fancy stuff or just plain supermarket honey?
I don't really think there would be a noticeable difference...I think plain supermarket honey does the trick just fine
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Just adding that supermarket brand honey works just as good.
I haven't tried this. Is it really hard to wash out?
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I haven't tried this. Is it really hard to wash out?
Originally Posted by UTgal
I've used a lot of honey, up to an equal amount of the conditioner, and it rinses out just fine.
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Hair: 3A/B, Underlayer of 2B
HG products:
Winter- Giovanni Tea Tree (co-wash) & 50/50 (condish); Curl Junkie Curl Assurance Leave-In; Curls Milkshake & Quenched Curls; Re:coil; BRHG
Summer: DevaCurl No Poo & OneC; CK; Re:coil; BRHG; Honey!!!

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Thanks, Gemini13.
2c w/a bit of 3a
Fine & plentiful, no dyes
bioInfusion the Gentle One Shampoo
Currently loving:
Deva ArcAngell
Deva Set it Free

Curly since 6/17/2008.

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PW: browncurls
I've never had any problems with honey rinsing out. We have bees near where I live, so we get local honey and it seems to work nicely.
3a/b
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Baking Soda/Vinegar rinses
Suave Ocean Breeze
HE TT Gel
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Do you use the honey/condish mixture as a DT, or just a daily "helper"?

It's a humectant, right? So do we want to add or attract moisture in higher humidity, or seal it out? I'm sure this has been discussed to death, but it literally JUST got humid here in central MN, so I haven't paid attention until now.
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From what i learned, in the colder months i used 50/50 honey and condish to add moisture and seal it in. Being that its summer, i haven't tried it yet. I will experiement tomorrow morning and let you know.
Do you use the honey/condish mixture as a DT, or just a daily "helper"?

It's a humectant, right? So do we want to add or attract moisture in higher humidity, or seal it out? I'm sure this has been discussed to death, but it literally JUST got humid here in central MN, so I haven't paid attention until now.
Originally Posted by BotticelliBabe
I've used honey as both. I added it to CO once and used it as a DT, and have also scrunched a pea-sized amount straight into damp hair. I was under the impression about moisture that some people like it and some hate it. MY hair happens to expand when it's humid, and I love it when it acts that way.
3a/b
Protein sensitive
med/low porosity/med texture
Baking Soda/Vinegar rinses
Suave Ocean Breeze
HE TT Gel
CG since April 12th '08! (No shampoo whatsoever!)
Fotki
I have more pictures up!
Seattle for the Summer
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If it's not being left in, it's not likely to cause as much of a humecting result as products like gels with a lot of glycerin.

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