Just thought I would mention this because I've never heard anyone else do it. With my fine hair I've constantly battled between clean and moisturized.. especially with shampoo. Even a moisturizing sulfate leaves me stripped and frizzy.. and no sulfate leaves me weighed down and greasy, so my hair "flip flops" from one wash to the next.

Had an "ah-ha" moment a week or two ago and used both... voila, perfect hair. I don't have to do a thing with it and can go close to a week.. I'm on fifth day hair as I type this. Probably would not go so long between washes but I wanted to see what would happen if I did. Just wash and go, no product. I went ahead and premixed the two and it works just as well... the only issue is mixing it thoroughly.. I have a large pump bottle so I just used the straw to mix it up in the bottle but if you are going to use a regular squeeze bottle you would probably need to mix it in a bowl first.

My hair is weird so my products probably won't work for everyone but I think mixing could be the answer for a lot of people.. I'm thinking especially for those who want to co-wash but it never works for them...give it a try. Just mix in your hand at first so you don't waste product until you find the perfect combo.
3A, fine, porous, colored, protein sensitive
Buildup/breakout with: butters, coconut/argan oil, polyquats.
Poo:SheaMoisture Fruit Fusion Coconut Water Weightless Shampoo
RO/CoW/DT/LI: TRESemme Botanique Nourish and Replenish Conditioner