Jul 09, 2012 - I was nervous to try this because of the mixed reviews, but I went on product buying spree and picked some up along with KCKT. I used KCKT as my leave in, then I followed the directions on the package and applied to soaking wet hair. My hair is somewhat thin, so I only did two sections. I used just one finger scoop of KCCC in each section and avoided the roots. Right away, it felt like it sucked all the moisture out of my hair and it felt tangly, so I used a wide tooth comb to distribute the product and rearrange the hair (it fell into thick clumps). It took forever to dry, even with my diffuser. Minimal crunch that was easily scrunched out. The results were fantastic - DH even commented that it looked really good! My hair felt bouncy and light, with fabulous spirals that I don't usually get. I've since tried it again a couple more times with slightly less fantastic results...a little bit of frizz on my canopy where I always get it, and some stringy ends, but nothing terrible. When I first got it, I couldn't wait to play with it, so I dipped a finger in and applied it to the ends of my dry hair. Big mistake - it was greasy and sticky and did not dry. MUST be applied to soaking wet hair! I definitely think this is worth playing with to get the amount applied just right. It's a keeper.