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Wow.

Mims and LauraLee have been nothing but helpful, rosabearr, and yet you've done nothing but insult them.

In a matter of a couple posts you've been rude to posters that a majority of others have found to be extremely helpful.

Maybe just searching the threads might give you more information since I doubt many more people would be willing to help considering your attitude.
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I was also considering the Loreal Everpure.

I currently do a deep treatment once a while - I like to use plastic hair cap and blow dry it under warm heat. I noticed my hair feeling more softener.

Can you find Jessicurl at Target, Walgreens or CVS?

I don't really like buying stuff online - I just like paying with the GREEN - It just habit as its my credit mess up from not having study job at the time.
Originally Posted by rosabearr
Sounds like you just need to do the deep treatments more often. The heat and hair cap is a great idea. I dont use alot of expensive products anymore myself. I found once I got my hair healthy I didnt really need to spend alot. The only product I purchase on line now is my Karens body beautiful. Getting moisture in and keeping it there was key for me. My routine got much easier. I can get away with using 1 product now.

It just take time to get your hair to that point.
rosabearr, I would ask that you modify your tone. Your rudeness is unwelcome here. We'd really like to help you learn to love your hair, but it'd be great if you would be a bit more gracious about all the help the members are offering you. Please also don't use foul language here.

Thank you!
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awwww, feeling the love though.

thanks guys
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Styling loves: DIFFUSING! CK, KCNT, KCCC, FOTE (on dry hair only), Re:coil, Proclaim gel
Not sure about: Boots, Tweek, KBB Milk, DMHJ
HATE: plopping, FOTE on wet hair, BRHG
Thanks for the support everyone

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No need that's why what you say and she says on this forum is out one ear and in with other.

How am I being insanely defensive when did I use a bad word never there forth your just talking s$$t out of your a$$
Originally Posted by rosabearr
This is offensive. These women have a long history on these boards of helping people NOT attacking people. You are the one being offensive.
Originally Posted by eche428
I totally agree. I'm very new to the boards, and yet have already recognized how polite and helpful everyone is, even to newbies like myself. Instead of attacking everyone, you might consider that, in responding to your questions, everyone is going out of their way to help you.
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I know the last thing we need is to bump THIS thread. But it's totally crazy that Rosabearr went off on some of the nicest and most helpful posters on this site.

I mean, everyone here has been great to me, but she went after people who are specifically helpful when you're new at going CG - heck, Laura Lee even made a video for me on how to tee shirt plop!

I finally have a handle on things, but before that, there were times I was so frustrated I was ready to start shampooing again, and these were some of the ladies who helped me sort out what I should be doing and using or not using. To think that someone would talk to them that way is just wrong.

Don't worry, ladies - we love ya!
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Hair Type - 3A.
Co-wash - Jane Carter Solution Nutrient Replenishing Conditioner.
Low-poo as needed - Beautiful Curls Curl Enhancing Shampoo.
Cond./Leave-In - Beautiful Curls Curl Enhancing Shea Butter Leave-In Conditioner.
Stylers - Jane Carter Solution Condition and Sculpt; Beautiful Curls Curl Defining Gel.
I know the last thing we need is to bump THIS thread. But it's totally crazy that Rosabearr went off on some of the nicest and most helpful posters on this site.

I mean, everyone here has been great to me, but she went after people who are specifically helpful when you're new at going CG - heck, Laura Lee even made a video for me on how to tee shirt plop!

I finally have a handle on things, but before that, there were times I was so frustrated I was ready to start shampooing again, and these were some of the ladies who helped me sort out what I should be doing and using or not using. To think that someone would talk to them that way is just wrong.

Don't worry, ladies - we love ya!
Originally Posted by LisaF1163
Aww this just made my day!! You're sweet And I figured it was the best thing to do to make you a video since I'm so awful at explaining things haha
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ALL I GOT TO SAY IS WHATEVER - I you would be insulted if someone said your typing skills " I am not saying this to anyone but this what start this rude attitude to began"

One point I want to point out that I came here to try to find answers to my hair problems not be pick on because I am using silcone shampoo or conditonier

Hell - No one is going to be one for my hair and 50 bucks and pay out there money so what the big deal to began with if you use sinconie product that label says dimecone its bad
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rosabearr, I would ask that you modify your tone. Your rudeness is unwelcome here. We'd really like to help you learn to love your hair, but it'd be great if you would be a bit more gracious about all the help the members are offering you. Please also don't use foul language here.

Thank you!
Originally Posted by Gretchen

I would to ask you how you have not type out a specialise message this poster since this person insult me personally this called fighting started in your PRIVACY TERMS OF CONDITON

I think we might have a communication issue. Is English your first language? I think we are all getting a bit frustrated. We here on the boards forget sometimes that we have developed a different language; a hair language!

Rosabearr, you need to start at the beginning of this board. Go to the "We'd like to Meet You" and "General Discussion" forum and read some of the stickys there. It will clue you in to a lot of what we're talking about.

Most of us here believe that shampoo should at least be limited because sulfates are detergents and they dry the hair out.

We all would like to help you, but you need to look around this site some more so that we can communicate better with you.


THIS IS BETTER KNOW AS VEBURAL ABUSE
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rosabearr, I would ask that you modify your tone. Your rudeness is unwelcome here. We'd really like to help you learn to love your hair, but it'd be great if you would be a bit more gracious about all the help the members are offering you. Please also don't use foul language here.

Thank you!
Originally Posted by Gretchen
rosabearr, I would ask that you modify your tone. Your rudeness is unwelcome here. We'd really like to help you learn to love your hair, but it'd be great if you would be a bit more gracious about all the help the members are offering you. Please also don't use foul language here.

Thank you!
Originally Posted by Gretchen

I would to ask you how you have not type out a specialise message this poster since this person insult me personally this called fighting started in your PRIVACY TERMS OF CONDITON

I think we might have a communication issue. Is English your first language? I think we are all getting a bit frustrated. We here on the boards forget sometimes that we have developed a different language; a hair language!

Rosabearr, you need to start at the beginning of this board. Go to the "We'd like to Meet You" and "General Discussion" forum and read some of the stickys there. It will clue you in to a lot of what we're talking about.

Most of us here believe that shampoo should at least be limited because sulfates are detergents and they dry the hair out.

We all would like to help you, but you need to look around this site some more so that we can communicate better with you.


THIS IS BETTER KNOW AS VEBURAL ABUSE
Originally Posted by rosabearr
think we might have a communication issue. Is English your first language?
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Wow.

Mims and LauraLee have been nothing but helpful, rosabearr, and yet you've done nothing but insult them.

In a matter of a couple posts you've been rude to posters that a majority of others have found to be extremely helpful.

Maybe just searching the threads might give you more information since I doubt many more people would be willing to help considering your attitude.
Originally Posted by helloitsio

i WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW I WAS BEING RUDE SINCE YOU PUT YOUR 2 CENTS IN?
This whole thing is becoming funny as hell! LOL!! It's like watching a skit on Saturday Night Live or something!!

At least it is to me.
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I was also considering the Loreal Everpure.

I currently do a deep treatment once a while - I like to use plastic hair cap and blow dry it under warm heat. I noticed my hair feeling more softener.

Can you find Jessicurl at Target, Walgreens or CVS?

I don't really like buying stuff online - I just like paying with the GREEN - It just habit as its my credit mess up from not having study job at the time.
Originally Posted by rosabearr
Sounds like you just need to do the deep treatments more often. The heat and hair cap is a great idea. I dont use alot of expensive products anymore myself. I found once I got my hair healthy I didnt really need to spend alot. The only product I purchase on line now is my Karens body beautiful. Getting moisture in and keeping it there was key for me. My routine got much easier. I can get away with using 1 product now.

It just take time to get your hair to that point.
Originally Posted by crazywaves
You might be right - I finally gave in a tad with V05 with anti- breakage shampoo but wanted to see how it felted on my hair - I think I might buy be buying match patner the conditoner

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Latest routine:
Sauve Coconut CO
Or
Trader Joe's Nourish
Giovanni 50/50
Giovanni Direct Leave In
JoicoWhip
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This whole thing is becoming funny as hell! LOL!! It's like watching a skit on Saturday Night Live or something!!

At least it is to me.
Originally Posted by Hakim Nuraldin
me too!
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You could switch to a sulfate free shampoo. I use loreal everpure and I shampoo everyday. Everyones hair is different some of us can get away with using shampoo. I tried cg for 6 months and I have to shampoo. I still only use conditioners that are silicone free like suave or VO5. I follow with a really good leave in conditioner. If you can stay away from silicones as much as possible it helps with getting the moisture in the hair better.

A deep treatment once a week until you get the dryness under control may also help. I like the jessicurl weekly deep treatment. You can purchase samples for 1.50 off her website jessicurl.com. She dont charge shipping on samples. Karens body beautiful is another great option. I use her nectar and the super silky as leave ins and I done have to do dt anymore. Her products are worth the money. Both jessicurl and the KBB are silicone free products.
Originally Posted by crazywaves

I like your advice I did go with V05 anti breakage

I WISH THE LABELS ON THE SHAMPOO POINT OUT WHAT ONE IS SINCONE IN THE PRODUCT - I go maybe finally buying product with out and try say hey look what i got and then get disspointed that contains it.
rosabearr, I would ask that you modify your tone. Your rudeness is unwelcome here. We'd really like to help you learn to love your hair, but it'd be great if you would be a bit more gracious about all the help the members are offering you. Please also don't use foul language here.

Thank you!
Originally Posted by Gretchen

I would to ask you how you have not type out a specialise message this poster since this person insult me personally this called fighting started in your PRIVACY TERMS OF CONDITON

I think we might have a communication issue. Is English your first language? I think we are all getting a bit frustrated. We here on the boards forget sometimes that we have developed a different language; a hair language!

Rosabearr, you need to start at the beginning of this board. Go to the "We'd like to Meet You" and "General Discussion" forum and read some of the stickys there. It will clue you in to a lot of what we're talking about.

Most of us here believe that shampoo should at least be limited because sulfates are detergents and they dry the hair out.

We all would like to help you, but you need to look around this site some more so that we can communicate better with you.


THIS IS BETTER KNOW AS VEBURAL ABUSE
Originally Posted by rosabearr
There is NOTHING abusive about anything that was quoted above. ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.

You mentioned that you don't proof read what you've written..
I suggest that you start.
Because most of what you write is not understandable.

3a/3b

Latest routine:
Sauve Coconut CO
Or
Trader Joe's Nourish
Giovanni 50/50
Giovanni Direct Leave In
JoicoWhip
Newest Fav: Curl Junkie Coffee-Coco Curl Creme
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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How many days would you wait before re-washing because my hair is on the dry side
Originally Posted by rosabearr
3-4 days. I cowash with Suave Conditioners between those days. Aussie Shampoos and conditioners are very inexpensive and very moisturizing. They have aloe and smell really good too.

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