KCCC: will it work for fine 3a/b hair?

I am so intrigued by this product but I keep thinking that it is best for coarse hair and my hair is fine .... thoughts please?
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I am so intrigued by this product but I keep thinking that it is best for coarse hair and my hair is fine .... thoughts please?
Originally Posted by jackiec
Hi....you should do a search. Someone else asked this question earlier this week and feedback was provided. I will say I have fine/medium hair and it works great!
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Here's a thread from last year:
KCCC for fine hair?

I'll look for the current one--I'm not sure if it was fine hair or a hair type???

This is the thread that I think you meant NCE:

KCCC and 2c/3a Hair

Lots of fine curlies use KCCC. It was an HG for me for a long time. I like it, I just like some other products better.
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Last edited by kathymack; 08-20-2009 at 01:55 PM.
I will weigh in as another fine to medium curly who has had very good luck with KCCC. I find it takes my very dense hair an extremely long time to dry if I apply too liberally, but it is great for my curl formation when I use the right amount!

I just dip a finger or two in the gel, and whatever sticks gets emulsified into my hands and raked or scrunched through. I do that for each section of my hair (both sides, back and front) and that seems to be a good amount for me. I do have a ton of hair though, so less might work for someone else better.

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