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Old 04-19-2009, 12:42 AM   #41
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what is the icequeen method?
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Old 04-19-2009, 08:27 AM   #42
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Originally Posted by marvelousmary22 View Post
what is the icequeen method?
Here is a thread that gives all the info on the IceQueen Method

Oh the clumps! The Icequeen Method
I have med/coarse 3a/b curls with low porosity and normal elasticity. Thank you Live Curly Live Free!!

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Old 04-19-2009, 03:34 PM   #43
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Add me to the list of fans of the "icequeen method"! I've been experimenting, and seeing how different my hair is when I do it and when I don't. I definitely get awesome clumping when I do it. Not as much when I don't.

I even experimented today with using a Denman for product distribution when my hair was soaking wet, but did every thing else the same. Again, great clumpage.

I think the key for me is that as long as my hair is soaking wet, if I comb it, or use the Denman, it's still wet enough that when I scrunch it, it clumps right back together. If too much water has been removed from my hair, I can't get it to clump as well, no matter what I do.

Hair Type - medium to fine texture, high porosity, lots of it, type 2b/3a

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