Germany curlies

What products do you recommend, conditioner and gel? I am just here for the summer and fear I will run out of my deva products.
Hair type, thin, 3b, past my shoulders always looking for length. Use jessicurl hair cleansing cream, devacurl one c, angel, set it free, Always see a deva trained stylist for cut and Aveda Institute for color.
Hi there, unfortunately the german market does not offer products lines especailly created for women like us.... I usually end up ordering things from the states. Anyway there are two recommendations that I can make. Either go and get yourself shampoo and condiitoner out of the Dr. Hauschka range, available in all "Bio-Supermarkt" or "Reformhaus" or go to a local "DM" (Drogerie markt = drugstore") market and buy a shampoo, consiitoner and gel out of the ALVERDE hair range. I like the "Zitronenblüte- Aprikose" Shampoo (Sulfate free) and the according CO along with the "Weisser tee" gel. The gel mixed witha little bit of the Co is great for crunching.

have a great time here!

Sandra
2_b_wavy --> Living in Germany, the land with no infrastructure for wavies!
2 A type of hair, super fine but a lot, with highlights, Henna-coloured, overshoulder length, pretty porous towars the ends.
For me plopping makes a huge diffrence!
Also my hair loves to be co-washed and I use a sulfate-containing shampoo once a week! (otherwise my hair gets weigth-down)
Shampoos: herbal Essense deep cleansing, Jessicurl Lather shampoo
Conditioners: Jessicurl Aloeba Cond, Tiggi Foxy Curls Cond
Join Date: Aug 2005
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I have been delighted with a bunch of products I picked up in Germany this summer. Nivea surprised me with a range of silicone-free styling products and conditioners. I like Flexible Curls conditioner as a deep conditioner, and a terrific styling product for your dripping-wet hair is Nivea Flexible Curls Lockenbalm. Nivea Intense Repair styling spray (aeresol) is great for holding curls; I spray it all over my curls before I go to bed and they look pretty good in the morning.

Also, right now at Schlecker, there is a deal where you buy 3 Nivea products and get 3 euros discount!

While you're at Schlecker, pick up a bottle of the Schlecker brand Lockenspray. It's in an orange spray bottle and is only 99 cents. It's great for rejuvenating second-day curls and controlling frizz.

My favourite discovery is a conditioner that I picked up at DM from a company called Swiss-O-Par. The conditioner is Haarkur Konzentrat, and if you don't mind the fact that it contains spinal cord extract from horses, it's a terrific product. I use it as a conditioner, not a co-wash. It was about 3 euros.

As a co-wash, I've been using Balea Anti-Haarbruch Spulung from DM (65 cents). It was one of the only cheap conditioners I could find that didn't have cones.

Finally, Gard New Style Flexible Gel is a good, basic hair gel. Not too stiff or tacky, controls frizz, no cones.

Hope this helps. Have fun in Germany!
hey you.... if you ever run our of the german products that you like so much I gladly swap stuff with you. Just let me know!

Sandra
2_b_wavy --> Living in Germany, the land with no infrastructure for wavies!
2 A type of hair, super fine but a lot, with highlights, Henna-coloured, overshoulder length, pretty porous towars the ends.
For me plopping makes a huge diffrence!
Also my hair loves to be co-washed and I use a sulfate-containing shampoo once a week! (otherwise my hair gets weigth-down)
Shampoos: herbal Essense deep cleansing, Jessicurl Lather shampoo
Conditioners: Jessicurl Aloeba Cond, Tiggi Foxy Curls Cond

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