Not factoring climates and dewpoints

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I never used to but i can def see a difference in my hair when I do, it only takes a couple seconds on my phone app to look before I hop in the shower, for me if it's in the 30s or below no glycerin products, above for me is fine I know some ppl don't use glycerin over 60 either but I haven't not used it then. if I do use it when it's in 30s or below my hair is extremely dry for days. so I just avoid it then.
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I looked up dew points here for last night and today- they're around 11. But I still got pretty good results with Curl Keeper last night. I'm completely baffled now.
Originally Posted by Corrina777
I've been using CK alone in dew points 12 and under with fantastic results. I don't really have the time or patience to keep up with the the weather. I was just curious the times I used CK and was surprised because I thought it worked better in high dews? Either way, I'm LoVing it! I do use a moisturizing leave in with it and maybe that helps? Either way, it's working for me. Just hope it continues to work all year.
Try keeping a hair diary which includes dew points, and an entry at the end of the day about how your hair held up. If there's a pattern, that should help you find it.

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