Transitioning Help Needed

I bought the Direct Leave-in yesterday and just used it today. So far all the recommendations have proven to be true. super moisturized hair right now!
Last relaxer: Feb. 2008
Big Chop:
Jan. 2009
I like both leave-ins by Giovanni. I prefer the direct leave-in on wet hair and the direct moisture is good for dry hair or spraying in between braids and twists. The good thing about the direct leave in is that it has a creamy texture that melts into hair instantly. The moisture is very soothing and feels lovely on the scalp. It is in a spray bottle so you can mist on the go. But I love both of them and so does my hair.

4a/3c combo with 4b in the front

Hair Goal: Shoulder Length and Curly before April 2010!

"Call me Kinky, Call me Nappy...
It's just Semantics!

Products I am currently loving:
Trader Joe's Nourish Conditioner
Anita Grant Rhassoul Deep Conditioner
Anita Grant Cafe Latte
Suave Naturals Coconut Conditioner

Today I tried the Giovanni Direct Leave In. Kind of in between a gel and a cream in consistency. It did help considerably with the tangles and did give good curl definition in the new growth along my forehead. But I'm still using Deva Angell as my overall curl defining product. I used the Angell on top of the Giovanni and the combination of the two caused a dullness to the finish and some flaking as well.

Does anyone use Giovanni by itself and get lasting frizz-free, humidity-proof curls without another product?

I'm having a consultation tomorrow at a salon icalled Transitions in the hope that the head stylist and owner can help me figure out what products to use on my two-textured hair.

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