Canada Bans Ten Hair Straightening Products

Wow, that's an eye opener. I am not sure that it is a great thing to take away the option, but pointing out the large amounts of formaldehyde and all the problems associated with it can't be a bad thing.
3a, thin, growing out as far as i can before i go insane and chop it!

Co-Wash: Cure Care
Conditioner: EVOO hot oil from the kitchen
DT: Joico K Pak
Stylers: CG Mousse of some sort, usually HE or Clairol 3-in-1 if I can find it!

Then Diffuse until about 75% dry, then air dry the rest of the way**
Yes, this is important information. I always worry about hair dye which I've been using for years - I'm glad now I only straightened my hair 2-3 times when I was younger.
2/c and some 3A. Modified CG.
Protein sensitive
Highly porous. Color over grey.
Best 1st day method: Super Soaker
Conditioners: Curl Junkie Beauticurls Strengthening Conditioner,
Deep condish: Curl Junkie Curl Rehab
Stylers: Mix Curls in a Bottle into everything for shine. Terrible pj
Sometimes try roller sets - classic glamor but I prefer my curls.
Every day is a gift
i'm not a crazy natural-chick-kinda-gal, but its about time people are doing something about the crazy stuff they put in our makeup/ hair products. without going on a rant, i just want to say that i feel like sometimes people forget that our scalp is directly above our brain, and what we put on our scalp, can have the ability to get in there.
my hair loves:
KCKT
CURLS goddess curls[/COLOR]
Trader Joe's Tea tree conditioner

I'm on my way to growing out my hair to BSL and possibly longer- to also grow out a horrible uneven cut!


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