SM curl and style milk question

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So I just bought the kit a few days ago. The box said the milk was to be a RO, but I read somewhere else it was a leave in. Is it both? What's correct? I really wish there were directions on their bottles!
Currently using:
Hask coconut shampoo, conditioner and oil
Hello Curly fluffy soft styler
Looking for a new styler
It can be used as a RO also the smoothie can be used as a DT. The directions are right above the ingredients, I think.
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I use it as a leave in. you can check out their fb page to ask the company d directly. Also you can tell them you think the boxes should have directions.

Every teardrop is a waterfall
About my hair:
weekly shampoo-HE Honey I'm Strong
daily conditioner-HE Honey I'm Strong (use as li)
go to style-Pocahontas braids
So do they not have a RO?

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Currently using:
Hask coconut shampoo, conditioner and oil
Hello Curly fluffy soft styler
Looking for a new styler
Not for the coconut & hibiscus
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The thing about conditioners is that you really can use them for multiple purposes. For example, I use GVP conditioning balm for a RO, but when my hair is feeling dry I use it as a leave-in for extra moisture.

It really depends on how much moisture and protein your hair needs, which unfortunately requires some trial and error. It always helps to know your hair's properties, though (porosity, especially).

That said, most people I know use the milk as a leave-in or moisturizing styler.
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My hair: 3b, corkicelli, medium porosity, medium texture, medium/thick density

Co-wash: DevaCurl NoPoo
Rinse-out: GVP Conditioning Balm
Leave-in: KCKT, Suave Naturals Coconut, or my rinse-out!
Gel: SS FHG (my new HG!!)... I also like HESMU, AIF, CJ CQ, BRHG, CJ PP and the occasional LALSG

Likes: Plopping!
Dislikes: Glycerin

CG and loving it!
: )

Last edited by pianogirl; 11-06-2012 at 09:41 PM. Reason: Reposted to include signature
So is the shampoo supposed to be a conditioning cleanser? Typically I use about a pencil eraser sized amount of shampoo just on my scalp and then coat my hair with rinse out conditioner. I just bought this stuff today and I'm looking forward to trying it tomorrow. I've been reading here and trying to figure out how to best use it. I'm thinking I should use it more like a cleansing conditioner and use it on all of my hair? I'm scared it will leave my hair feeling greasy even though that is not typically a problem for me. Opinions?
2C, low porosity, high density, coarse, shoulder length No sulfates, no parabens, no silicones
Shampoo- Shea Moisture Coconut Hibiscus, Giovanni Smooth As Silk, Deva No Poo, Nature's Gate Aloe Vera, Yes To Carrots
Conditioner- Shea Moisture Curl & Style Milk, Giovanni Smooth As Silk, Deva One Condition, Nature's Gate Aloe Vera, Yes To Carrots
Styler- Shea Moisture Curl Enhancing Smoothie, Shea Moisture Shine & Hold Mist, Yes to Carrots Leave In and Yes To Carrots Anti-Frizz Serum
I use the milk as a leave-in and the smoothie as a pomade.
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2c, fine, extremely dense, color-treated, high porosity.

CG since 10/12
I have the SM smoothie and it really helps promote curls for me, I do wish they had directions though! Geez.
Rae ~ 2c/3a ~
Wife to a 3c Curly Guy
Mom to a straight and a curly.

"The Longer the Hair, the Bigger the Blob."

Porous, very dense but fine hair. Medium everything else.
CoWash: Tressemee naturals
RO: Generic biolage and generic joico k-pak
LI: Tresemee
Miss Jessie's Pillow soft curls, diffuse 50%, add KCCC and diffuse to 80%.
Always wash upside down.

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