non frizz curls using a nonexpensive conditioner!

I doubt anyone remembers me but i posted posts saying what products should i use etc and was so over my curly hair in the beginning of 2012. Nothing seemed to be working, i used expensive products like Bedhead and Mixed Chicks and the Kinky Curly line and Shea Moisture curly enhancing smoothie and none of them really gave me the curls i wanted. And i still managed to get frizz, and also the main issue was that my hair was so so dry, from straightening a lot(i have never used a relaxer) and when i decided to stop straightening so much, my hair was still so dry and(and i still have heat damaged pieces) no leave in conditioner would give enough moisture. But one day i decided maybe since i'm not getting enough moisture from a leave-in, i could just try a regular conditioner as my leave-in? So i tried the Tresemme Luxurious Moisture conditioner for dry or damaged hair and i put it in as soon as i get out of the shower and let it air dry and it's one of the best things i've ever done. It's so inexpensive and gives me great curls, i am constantly getting compliments on my hair from random strangers at the mall,beach etc! It feels great to finally have my hair back to how it was before i started the straightening. Here are some recent pictures attached!
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You have beautiful curls

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Gorgeous hair! Glad you found something inexpensive that works!

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3b/c, medium-coarse, low porosity, high density
HG: Jessicurl Too Shea and Kinky Curly Curling Custard
Shampoo: nonsulfate shampoo and Suave Naturals sulfate shampoo when needed
beautiful hair! i also love the honey color, suits you well!
2bc/ f / ii. low porosity roots + normal-high porosity shaft where bleached. normal elasticity.

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RO: V05 Kiwi Lime
LI: CJ Smoothing Lotion
Styler: UFD CM, CJ PP
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hydrolized protein, jelly stylers
guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride, sulfates, jojoba oil
Neutral on cones.

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gorgeous curls! I wish they were mine
shoulder length inverted bob; fine; 3A-3B; med-thick density; normal porosity; normal elasticity- my hair loves keratin, ACV, silk protein ,Curlkeeper and AG:Recoil ; seems to hate moisturizing products and oils except mineral oil; CG- Jan/'09-mod CG Sept/'09;CG again Jan/'10/mod CG from Mar'10

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Hey Tasha,

Isn't it a wonderful feeling to finally find the one!!! Trust me I've bought and barely used dozens of products. And instead of just staring at wasted dollars I end up giving them to my friends. Who now, oddly linger around whenever I make trips to Target :-) So I completely get it. But I wanted to ask how often do you shampoo your hair. Because it may not only be the leave in condition. Your shampoo can strip your hair of must needed moisture as well. Try co-washing instead. It conditions and cleanses your hair without leaving your hair feeling dry, ropy and desperately reaching for conditioner seconds after, like most shampoos. Here is the link to 2 co-washes that I've heard a lot of good things about. AND they are inexpensive. Did someone say win-win?!!!!

Review: III Sisters of Nature Cleansing Co-Wash | Tribe Called Curl | The New Curl Order for Natural Hair

Review: Eden BodyWorks CoWash | Tribe Called Curl | The New Curl Order for Natural Hair
Definitely going to try this out i like ur hair btw!

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