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OK I see have to be registered w/ the site first. A duh! I see it seems to only apply to the milkshake which I am thinking now may not be thick enough for my thick hair. Thoughts?
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OK I see have to be registered w/ the site first. A duh! I see it seems to only apply to the milkshake which I am thinking now may not be thick enough for my thick hair. Thoughts?
Originally Posted by CurleeDST
If you're CG steer away from the Curls Souffle. The whipped cream is heavy. It may be better if you want something thicker for your hair. That is the one that I want, but can't get at the moment. You may want to see what other curlies have said about it. But those ingredients are definitely friendly! And there is also the Goddess Glaze, but I am not sure how you want to use it.
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I am looking for something for twistouts which isn't greasy but can help with maintaining moisture in my natural hair which has permanent color and highlights in it. I love CONES and my hair does too so I am definitely not CG.
I am a 3c/4a with medium/fine strands
No strict haircare regimen - trying my hand at the Curly Girl Method.

Fitness Blog: http://femmefitalefitclub.com/
Check out the Femme Fitale Facebook page: facebook.com/FemmeFitaleFitness
I am looking for something for twistouts which isn't greasy but can help with maintaining moisture in my natural hair which has permanent color and highlights in it. I love CONES and my hair does too so I am definitely not CG.
Originally Posted by CurleeDST
Since you are okay with cones, then any one of them will do. They range from light to heavy. And you can choose from what you think will work with your hair more.

Milkshake is lighter and used as a moisturizer. If you have fine hair, this will work fine.

Curls Souffle is medium hold. And the Whipped Cream is the heaviest and suggested for twists, braids, and locs. So depending on what you need for your hair any one of these should do the trick.

Also a lot of the butters will work if you have some on hand. MyHoneyChild Type 3 hair creme, Naani's Natural Curl Custard Maximum Hairdress, or something you can get at your local store should work.

One last thing. I have made my own curly pudding and that worked well too. And Miss Jessies Curly Pudding works very well for that style, but costs a boat load.

-Nicki
3C s-curls, coils, and corkscrews

TIGI MM, QB AOHC, KCCC, MJ CM, MJ BBC, JC WDT, CD HM, CD MHH, DC OneC, Veg Glyc, and Jojoba oil.

http://members.fotki.com/gypsycurls/

http://www.ratedpink.com


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