Too Shea as a leave-in?

Has anyone used Jessicurl Too Shea as a leave-in? If so, what were your results? TIA
4a pencil-sized corkscrews that are low porosity, fine, thick, & layered
Loved it! But had the following problems:
1) Didn't help with shrinkage (but i was prepared for that)
2) Left a milky film on my hair (mondo uncool)
3) Did not play nice with most of my styling products and would either make things clumpy (only happened once) or would leave the milky film)

Therefore, I rinse out the majority of it and leave some of it in.
(Don't forget....Jessicurl Flat shipping this weekend!!)
4A (some 3C-ish in front)
Thick, coarse, & UTTERLY unruly
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During the florida winter months, it worked well. During the summer, way too much moisture. It cause a frizzy mess. I may try the AsjaChyld does and just leave some in.
I have kinks, coils and curls on this head.
Certified PJ. I need rehab.
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I didn't like the way my hair felt when I used Too Shea as a leave-in. Stiff or something.

Overall, I thought Too Shea was fine, but probably not worth the cost with shipping. I like the WDT a lot better, although I do feel like it doesn't leave my hair feeling as nice after I've rinsed it out as it does when it's in my hair. When it's in, my hair feels like I've put the nectar of the Gods on it.

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