Hand Dry Hair Glove

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Call me crazy, but I want these gloves....

I wish I knew if they were any good.
Originally Posted by anniemae
LOL, me too.
I see a trend of us wavies wanting this glove. We'll try anything
oh and i want someone to try it first, too. You first
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8Vdk...eature=related

these seem like a much better glove..
Originally Posted by turtles
I want it! wow here HAIR is gorgeous!!!
The creme looks interesting too. Although there's no ingredients listed...PLUS I don't NEED another curl creme, especially for 15.00.... unless of course it's magic!
I think i'm going to order the glove. EEEEEKKKKK!
wavy -

which glove are you going to get - the Hand Dry Glove or the Scrunch It Glamor Glove?

Here is a site where you can buy the Scrunch It for $14.95. You don't have to get the curl creme.

http://shop.scrunchit-inc.com/main.sc

Help!! Which one is better? Waaaaaaaaaaa.

I am going to order one of them today.
Hair Type - wavy/curly, fine texture, thin/medium density

Last edited by anniemae; 11-05-2009 at 10:48 AM.
I sent an email to the GlamorGlove website to find out the ingredients in their cream. But, the email bounced back undeliverable. I'd be wary of ordering from them...perhaps they are not in business anymore?


Jodi
So far just experimenting with anything and everything!!!!
I sent an email to the GlamorGlove website to find out the ingredients in their cream. But, the email bounced back undeliverable. I'd be wary of ordering from them...perhaps they are not in business anymore?


Jodi
Originally Posted by JodiRae
I like the look of the glamorglove better.
hmmm, i sent a message and got an email back from them. Hmmm, now i'm nervous. See email below. I sent it off the contact part of the website.
Scrunchit-Inc
...

Thu, November 5, 2009 9:06:01 AMFrom:Catherine and Brent <giff92888@gmail.com>
...
Add to ContactsTo:>



Hello,
You just have to go to this website: www.scrunchit-Inc.com
You can then click on the pictures of what you want and it will be shipped within 5-7 days.
Thanks for looking!
Scrunchit- Inc

Sent from my iPhone
I sent two email through their contact us link at the website, but mine keep coming into my email as undeliverable. Maybe they are just having issues with their email right now. I'll try later.


Jodi
So far just experimenting with anything and everything!!!!
I sent two email through their contact us link at the website, but mine keep coming into my email as undeliverable. Maybe they are just having issues with their email right now. I'll try later.


Jodi
Originally Posted by JodiRae
Did you try to send an email to the address i had posted in my last thread?
I sent an email to the GlamorGlove website to find out the ingredients in their cream. But, the email bounced back undeliverable. I'd be wary of ordering from them...perhaps they are not in business anymore?


Jodi
Originally Posted by JodiRae
I sent an email too and got a bounceback. Then I got this reply today, and here is my reply back:


From: Catherine and Brent <giff92888@gmail.com>
Sent: Thu, November 5, 2009 10:08:16 AM
Subject: Re: Contact Us Requested

All you do is order the cream on the website: www.scrunchit-Inc.com and the ingredients are on the back of the bottle.
Thanks for looking!
Scrunchit-Inc

__________________________________________

Thanks for the suggestion, but if I wanted to find out the ingredients after I ordered, I wouldn't have taken the time to contact you, would I?
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Hear that crash? It's me falling off the CG wagon.
I sent an email to the GlamorGlove website to find out the ingredients in their cream. But, the email bounced back undeliverable. I'd be wary of ordering from them...perhaps they are not in business anymore?


Jodi
Originally Posted by JodiRae
I sent an email too and got a bounceback. Then I got this reply today, and here is my reply back:


From: Catherine and Brent <giff92888@gmail.com>
Sent: Thu, November 5, 2009 10:08:16 AM
Subject: Re: Contact Us Requested

All you do is order the cream on the website: www.scrunchit-Inc.com and the ingredients are on the back of the bottle.
Thanks for looking!
Scrunchit-Inc

__________________________________________

Thanks for the suggestion, but if I wanted to find out the ingredients after I ordered, I wouldn't have taken the time to contact you, would I?
Originally Posted by Suburbanbushbabe
OH MY!!! um yeah, that response made absolutely no sense. I'm getting a little weary of this company.
GlamorGlove sent me the ingredients of the Curl Forming creme:

water, vp/va copolymer, propylene glycol, hydrogenated starch hydrolysate, glycerin, polyquarternium-55, acrylates C1-2 succinates/hyroxyacrylates copolymer, PEG-12 dimethicone, triethanolamine, hydrolyzed milk protein, hydrolyzed soy protein, silk amino acids, panthenol, PPG-3 benzyl ether myristate, fragrance, polysorbate 20, styrene/PVP copolymer, carbomer, disodium edta, diazolidinyl urea, methyparaben, propylparaben
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Playing with my hair is a hobby. Fluffy, fine natural 4a. Goal= Healthy, beautiful hair that retains its length.
Hear that crash? It's me falling off the CG wagon.
Suburbanbushbabe,

Thanks so much for the info.

Are all of those ingredients okay to use? (I think so).

I was thinking of just buying the glove separately and using my own leave-in.
Hair Type - wavy/curly, fine texture, thin/medium density
so... what's the verdict, do we think they are safe to buy from???
Suburbanbushbabe,

Are all of those ingredients okay to use? (I think so).

I was thinking of just buying the glove separately and using my own leave-in.
Originally Posted by anniemae
No, not okay -- there's dimethicone in it!
2C - fine but lots of it, porous.
Religiously CG since Sept. 2008
Products: for cowash/condish mostly Deva but about to try CJ; lately loving BRHG, new Deva Foam
wavy -

which glove are you going to get - the Hand Dry Glove or the Scrunch It Glamor Glove?

Help!! Which one is better? Waaaaaaaaaaa.

I am going to order one of them today.
Originally Posted by anniemae
The Glamor Glove looks good but I still like the Hand Dry because it DRIES -- I need to minimize dryer time or I get frizz. The beauty of the Hand Dry, from what I can tell, is you can use your hands to scrunch but not get frizz because instead of bare hands which cause frizz you've got the gloves AND the gloves also dry your hair. ALSO, Jonathan Torch is promoting them and I trust him. http://www.frizzoff.com/prod51.aspx
Like he says, it can drastically reduce drying time and "The Hand Dry Hair Glove is a very creative tool that replaces using a towel. Using the Glove allows you to have complete control as your hands are always the best tool to use and allow you to touch and squeeze exactly where you want."

Okay I think I've convinced myself -- I've gotta order them.
2C - fine but lots of it, porous.
Religiously CG since Sept. 2008
Products: for cowash/condish mostly Deva but about to try CJ; lately loving BRHG, new Deva Foam
Suburbanbushbabe,

Are all of those ingredients okay to use? (I think so).

I was thinking of just buying the glove separately and using my own leave-in.
Originally Posted by anniemae
No, not okay -- there's dimethicone in it!
Originally Posted by currlybird
I was reading some info on this site, and I believe it's okay to use dimethicone if it's listed with PEG in front of it. This means that it is soluble in water and safe to use.
Hair Type - wavy/curly, fine texture, thin/medium density
Suburbanbushbabe,

Are all of those ingredients okay to use? (I think so).

I was thinking of just buying the glove separately and using my own leave-in.
Originally Posted by anniemae
No, not okay -- there's dimethicone in it!
Originally Posted by currlybird
I was reading some info on this site, and I believe it's okay to use dimethicone if it's listed with PEG in front of it. This means that it is soluble in water and safe to use.
Originally Posted by anniemae
Yes, thank you anniemae, you're right. I'm still leery of them though for my hair. Bad memories I guess. I'm not even nuts about the Deva Curl stuff that has them.
2C - fine but lots of it, porous.
Religiously CG since Sept. 2008
Products: for cowash/condish mostly Deva but about to try CJ; lately loving BRHG, new Deva Foam
wavy -

which glove are you going to get - the Hand Dry Glove or the Scrunch It Glamor Glove?

Help!! Which one is better? Waaaaaaaaaaa.

I am going to order one of them today.
Originally Posted by anniemae
The Glamor Glove looks good but I still like the Hand Dry because it DRIES -- I need to minimize dryer time or I get frizz. The beauty of the Hand Dry, from what I can tell, is you can use your hands to scrunch but not get frizz because instead of bare hands which cause frizz you've got the gloves AND the gloves also dry your hair. ALSO, Jonathan Torch is promoting them and I trust him. http://www.frizzoff.com/prod51.aspx
Like he says, it can drastically reduce drying time and "The Hand Dry Hair Glove is a very creative tool that replaces using a towel. Using the Glove allows you to have complete control as your hands are always the best tool to use and allow you to touch and squeeze exactly where you want."

Okay I think I've convinced myself -- I've gotta order them.
Originally Posted by currlybird
me too but i think i want the glamorglove
Okay wavy, then I'll get the hand dry and we can compare. Your hair looks like it has a curl similar to mine maybe.
2C - fine but lots of it, porous.
Religiously CG since Sept. 2008
Products: for cowash/condish mostly Deva but about to try CJ; lately loving BRHG, new Deva Foam

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