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one way street 08-30-2006 08:15 AM

Aloeba or Too Shea for thick hair?
My hair is thick and on the dry side. I do get over-conditioned if I use too much DT. I'm still kind of confused on which one I should purchase. If I feel my hair, the ends (the last inch and a half) feel dry. the rest of my hair feels pretty soft, but has the tiny bit of dryness to it. Does anyone with fine hair use too shea without any problems?

Ladydncing 08-30-2006 08:21 AM

I love Aloeba, but my 3b/c hair drinks it all up and it could be expensive. I would say that Too Shea is better and that's what Jessicurl recommended anyway for curlies with thick hair. HTH

SuZen 08-30-2006 08:24 AM

I voted for Too Shea also. I have fine hair and it loves Too Shea.

An alternative would be to use Aloeba on the roots and Too Shea on the ends.

lushaholic 08-30-2006 09:23 AM

Like LadyD said, I think you'll end up using far more Aloeba if you're hair is that dry, so I also vote for Too Shea.

tooj68 08-30-2006 08:46 PM

Wow. So a lot of us curlies are on what you'd call the dry side. And I thought it was just me! :D

SuZen 08-31-2006 06:51 AM

No, curly hair typically is dry. That's the whole reason for the Curly Girl routine. (And the reason it doesn't work so well for people whose hair is not dry.)

one way street 08-31-2006 08:37 AM

Wow, thanks for the resonses! I guess it's Too Shea For me!

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