Grab your Lustrasilk as a Leave-in

OK, so your protein sensitive and it's fall. What ya gunna do. Dig out your Lustrasilk Mango and Cholesterol girls use it as a leave in. My HG for this fall.

What? You don't have any? Get it from Sally's.... did I mention it cheap! Let me know how you love it!
3A, Protein Senitive, Low Porosity,
Med-Course
Wash: Suave Naturals Conds (excluding Coconut), CVSB
Rinse out/Leave In: GVP Cond. Balm, KCKT,
Style: Naturelle Gel(winter HG), KCCC (summer HG), Flaxseed gel
SOTC: JCNS
Love your hair: Love yourself!
After reading rave reviews about Lustrasilk on the boards, I went to Sally's and at $2.50 (ish), I went ahead and bought both the Olive Oil and Shea Mango cholesterols. I've tried both as a leave-in multiple times. In different combinations with gels, curl cremes, even alone. I always get the same result. Gunky, producty hair. One day, I got great curls and no frizz, but my hair was stiff and gross. It felt like I poured melted plastic in my hair. It was horrible!

I do like these as rinse-out conditioners though. I also use it when I do the spritz and condish method and leave it on for half an hour to an hour and it makes detangling a breeze for me. But I absolutely have to rinse it all out of my hair before styling and use a different leave-in (I personally love GVPCB). I wonder if I'm the only one with this problem..

Overall, I'm not a huge fan, but I could see myself buying it again for the price to use for spritz and condish.
[SIZE="1"]Fia: 2c/Coarse/ii, low-normal elasticity, low porosity.

Co-wash: Suave Naturals
RO/LI: GFTN, GVPCB
Styling: Curls Defining Moments Curl Release Serum, DevaCare Arc AnGEL, DevaCurl Set It Free, KCCC
DT/PT: GVPCB, AOHR, Coconut oil, Olive Oil, Yogurt PTs, ION Effective Care
SOTC: JCN&S

Ugh man, no matter which way I used this stuff it totally sucked lol. Couldn't even use it as a rinse out... I wondered how it got all these rave reviews on this board and then had such a stripping, gunky effect for me. It was blech!
Wurly, fine, thin, moderately to heavily porous. Mod CG.

Girls sorry to hear you can not enjoy my Lustrasilk shea mango. I had the producty feel/look with the Olive Oil one, but the shea mango worked wonders. It's so challenging with the protein sensitivity.

Thanks for replying anyway!

Best to you.
3A, Protein Senitive, Low Porosity,
Med-Course
Wash: Suave Naturals Conds (excluding Coconut), CVSB
Rinse out/Leave In: GVP Cond. Balm, KCKT,
Style: Naturelle Gel(winter HG), KCCC (summer HG), Flaxseed gel
SOTC: JCNS
Love your hair: Love yourself!
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The Lustrasilk Olive Oil cholesterol worked well for me as a leave-in. I did not use the Mango & Shea Butter as a leave-in because it contains sodium chloride (salt) and I was afraid of that drying my hair out.
Thank you for letting me know about the salt in the Lustrasilk Shea Mango. I will use it again in the winter and fall, but will rotate accordingly if it gets too drying.

I have the Olive Oil formula but I can not figure out why my hair did not like it. I don't think there is any protein in it. Is there?

I love cheapo conditioners that work for me so it's a real thrill when they do! Tee hee!
3A, Protein Senitive, Low Porosity,
Med-Course
Wash: Suave Naturals Conds (excluding Coconut), CVSB
Rinse out/Leave In: GVP Cond. Balm, KCKT,
Style: Naturelle Gel(winter HG), KCCC (summer HG), Flaxseed gel
SOTC: JCNS
Love your hair: Love yourself!
This didn't work for my hair at all. Felt producty. Used it as a dt and it did the same thing. Would not purchase again.

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