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Old 04-10-2013, 11:40 AM   #1
 
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Default Need help figuring out if I'm low po

I did the float test the other day with a bunch of hairs and they are still floating! When I did the rubbing a strand backward test it was smooth but idk the difference between medium po and low po based on feeling the hair. I have fine medium density hair. I got highlights in January before going cg an I did notice it was taking so long for the color to set, my stylist kept checking on me and they still weren't ready to be washed out! When I did the slip and slide test my hair strand was literally squeaking! How else can I know? Product recommendations? Using loreal evercurl shampoo sulfate free but I think it has silicones in it and it makes my scalp incredibly itchy. Oh and my hair takes FOREVER TO DRY!!! I mean like at least a good 4 hours. What is my hair? What else can I do to help it besides BS and ACV cuz I wanna try that for real. Also do you recommend using gel? And if so how much
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CG since: 2/9/2013
HAIR: 2a/b with nearly straight hair at neck, flat on top, low porosity, medium density, fine, medium length
Currently using:
Low Poo/No Poo: SM YB, Malibu C Hardwater Wellness (every other day)
Rinse Out: Malibu C Hardwater Wellness Conditioner
Leave In: SM Coconut Hibiscus Curl and Style Milk
Gel: Volumax (Sally's)
PT: gelatin!
DT: Curls Unleashed NR

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