HELP ME PLEASE!!! For the love of God!

First, let me say hello! I am so thankful that there is a site out there that I can post my questions on.

I am multicultural and wear my 3c-4a hair natural and have been for the last 5 years. I have yet to find products that can give me the moisture I need and the definition I want. I have tried everything from Carol's Daughter to now Curls and Curls has made my hair like straw! So has the Shea Moisture line. After reading some of the information on here, I found that I am protein sensitive. So...what am I to do?

As of right now, I am using Silk Drops serum, which gives me some moisture but leaves it looking greasy and Tresseme's curl line. Compares to the "natural" lines I've tried these have worked the best but I still can't get my fingers through my hair when it dries. Does anyone have any suggestion for hydration and a styling cream that will leave my hair soft, silky and untangled? Thank you!

Last edited by Drawingwithwords; 03-27-2011 at 07:33 AM.
I'm not your hair type but I would stay away from the serum which might have silicones in it and I'm not sure about if the curl line you are using does as well. Make sure you aren't using a shampoo with sulfates as well.

A lot of thick curlies like the Aubrey Organics Honeysuckle Rose Condiitoner that is all natural and very moisturizing, it doesn't have a lot of protein in it either. You could try searching in your hair type and search for a protein free conditioneer. HTH!
Curly in AZ-2c-3a/Cherub/fine-med. texture/high porosity/normal elasticity/highlighted
Wash-Giovanni 3-in1 tropical, Everyday shea vanilla mint, Desert essence italian red grape & coconut
Cond.- Yes to Carrots, Tresemme Nat., Desert essence italian red grape
Leave In- Conditioner pea size
Stylers-Bioterra gel, condition 3-in-1 mousse, AOMM with Shaper hairspray for extra hold.
I have the same problem you have and personally the best shampoos and conditions I know of are the organix shampoo and conditioners and Carol's daughter rosemary purifying shampoo and conditioner they both bring a lot of moisture to the hair, atleast I think so.
When it comes to leave in conditioners and everything else I'm still learning after almost a year of being natural.

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