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Old 06-22-2012, 05:08 PM   #1
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Default Iam Transitioning from heat damaged pls help

Hey curlies

Few ppl told me that Iam wasn't telling guy much, So im going to just get straight to it,
I never had a relaxer, I started to used heat when I was 10 the older I got the more I was straighting Smh idk why I didn't like my curls but Iam dyin to have them back I high lighted my hair 2 times and dyed it once BUT all the color damaged is cut off I had two bigchop first to get color out but I was still using heat.I bigchop again in Jan not I haven't used heat for 6 months but haven't seen much hair growth (
I have 3c/3b high porosity low elasticity around my ears I have fine thin hair my hair is to my shouders*
I used kcnt leave in and it made my hair hard then later on thru the day soft
I used shea moisture curl enhancing smoothie kinda heavy*
I used la looks sports gel makes my hair too hard
I used shea moisture style milk it was okay
Iam still using aphogee 2step but not planing to use it for long ( is this good for heat damaged too?)
Now I told you bout my hair and Wat I use now here are Wat Iam asking
•what is good low poo should I go for something with biotin or tea tree??
• what is a good light leave in n co wash ?
•where can I find Aubrey organic aloe Vera can't use oils or butters too heavy? I cant buy online I don't have a card
•in the middle of my head it's feels like straw how can I smooth it and keep moisture ?
I hope this helps and I hope someone can help !!!

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