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ZsaEscorbores
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Name:
Susan Escorbores
Birthday:
Sep 24

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Wen by Chaz Dean Lavender Oil

Jun 22, 2010 - I am a new curly convert and chose this line to set foot in the door. I have lots of fine, very dry and frizzy, type 3b hair and have been using this every 3-4 days for the last month. I am 3/4 through the liter bottle of matching cleansing conditioner and NEVER gotten 5§ worthy hair. Some days worse than others but consistently frizzy and generally stringy. Acceptable when paired with the cleansing conditioner but styling creme as advised on the naturallycurly.com matching cleansing conditioner product page but unimpressive. Best results yielded when used in that manner and paired with a cone-free gel. Good/decen results on 2nd/3rd day hair for manageability, sometimes beter on its own for this than when pair with matching styling creme but still unimpresive, must be better out there; acceptable if nothing else is available in that regard. Saw no difference when used O/N for scalp and roots. I find the line TOO expensive for the results obtained but this and styling creme seem to last enough to make the $$ blow less painful IF AND ONLY IF they work at least decently for you (note I did not enter worth your while). Otherwise, save the cash and look elsewhere. Doubt would puchase again as have yet to get WOW results but liked better than matching cleansing conditioner and will continue to use with styling creme and other-brand replacement cleansing conditioner until bottles are finished.

Wen by Chaz Dean Lavender Styling Creme

Jun 22, 2010 - I am a new curly convert and chose this line to set foot in the door. I have lots of fine, very dry and frizzy, type 3b hair and have been using this every 2-3 days for the last month. I am 3/4 through the liter bottle of matching cleansing conditioner and NEVER gotten never 5§ worthy hair. Some days worse than others but consistently frizzy and generally stringy. Makes a decent leave-in when paired with the cleansing conditioner but not the best. Best results yielded results when used as advised on the naturallycurly.com matching cleansing conditioner product page and paired with a cone-free gel. Semi-decent pomade to tame flyaways on dry hair or to pair with oil on 2nd/3rd day hair for manageability; acceptable if nothing else is available in that regard. I find the line TOO expensive for the results obtained but this and oil seem to last enough to make the $$ blow less painful IF AND ONLY IF they work at least decently for you (note I did not enter worth your while). Otherwise, save the cash and look elsewhere. Doubt would puchase again as have yet to get WOW results but liked it better than matching cleansing confitioner and will continue to use with oil and other-brand replacement cleansing conditioner until bottles are finished.

Wen by Chaz Dean Lavender Cleansing Conditioner

Jun 22, 2010 - I am a new curly convert and this is what I chose to set foot in the door. I have lots of fine, very dry and frizzy, type 3b hair and have been using this every 3-5 days for the last month. I am 3/4 through the liter bottle and NEVER gotten never 5§ worthy hair. Some days worse than others but consistently frizzy and generally stringy, though yielded better results when used as advised on naturallycurly.com and paired with a cone-free gel. Makes a decent leave-in but not the best. Has great slip for detangling once you've used enough but note that will probably be A LOT less than stated by Dean. For my hair type and length he recommends 32-40 pumps but I've gotten best resuslts when using 20 pumps as advised on the naturallycurly.com product page. I find the product TOO expensive for the results obtained but if it works for you, you'll probably want to slowly reduce the pumps to see how much is enough for you. You can start with Dean's minimum and reduce two pumps per section until you've reached the perfect combo. I've used several of Dean's techniques but this is DEFINATELY NOT the Holy Grail he advises it to be that "does all". MIGHT give it another chance paired with other tested/true styling products in distant future but not convinced.