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Lovemybaby 08-02-2013 02:07 PM

Komaze or Aubrey Organics Conditioner?
 
Looking for a better conditioner, wanting opinions! I hated tresemme n, suave coconut, and vo5.. Like matrix biolage conditioning balm, but i migjt need something without glycerin. Which is better?!

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wavydaze 08-03-2013 01:39 AM

Though I've yet to try both, I'd go with Komaza Care based on ingredients. A bunch of AO conditioners have alcohol denat (drying alcohol) high on the list which... no thank you IMO.

Komaza has a bunch of different products.... make sure to pick the ones that are right for your properties (and if choosing a conditioner for a leave-in, keep in mind humectants and dew points as well).

Firefox7275 08-08-2013 08:03 PM

What are the ingredients of the products you are considering, your hair properties and dew points/ humidity?

ebonyrose31626 08-11-2013 08:46 AM

Komaza

auntcurly 08-21-2013 11:47 AM

I did my first Komaza Protein Strengthener last week and I am in heaven. This stuff completely rocks. The GPB is nice, but I would use that for a quick fix if I only wanted to devote a small amount of time.

You do have to sit under a dryer or use a blow dryer without agitating the hair to let your hair dry. My hair has too much length and volume for the hooded dryer I own and I have to find something else. I used my blow dryer and it worked out fine.

After rinsing, I followed up with HE Honey, I'm Strong conditioner. It was the first time using it, so I don't know how good it really is, but together my hair was sublime when it came time to style in twists.

I have fallen in love with the Komaza line. I also use the Califia Pudding, the Califia crème. I have coarse, wiry hair that loves heavy products.

According the label, you don't have to use a conditioner after the protein treatment. I guess that would be up to your hair's individual needs.

CurlyGrey3 09-03-2013 04:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by auntcurly (Post 2201905)
You do have to sit under a dryer or use a blow dryer without agitating the hair to let your hair dry. My hair has too much length and volume for the hooded dryer I own and I have to find something else. I used my blow dryer and it worked out fine.

You really don't. I contacted them and asked since I don't own a dryer. I was told to just let it set for 15-20 minutes.


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