Aug 30, 2013 - This product is a great way co-wash. I have been using it all summer, and it has become my go-to product. As others have said, you go through the containers quickly, and I use quite a bit as my hair is thick. (Keep an eye out for sales - some drugstores have 2 for 1 offers or offer points!) However, it is no more expensive than buying upscale products, in fact it still comes out less expensively. I rarely have to use an additional conditioner but just follow by my styling products. Occasionally I use a no/low suds/sulfate free etc. shampoo to get rid of build up of styling products, but that is rare. L'Oreal hit the mark with this product. It not only works, but it smells nice (not overly perfume-y - a reason a shy away from the Moroccan Oil products) and can be found everywhere.
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Aug 30, 2013 - I had been traveling to a Devachan-trained stylist some miles from my home, but, during winter months, this became tedious. So, I started the search for someone closer to home. I went to Mark for a consultation, and, after my first cut/color, I was hooked. He understands curly hair - he has locks similar to my own 3B hair - and took the time to talk with me and figure out what my "style" is. Although he doesn't cut using one of the highly touted curly techniques, whatever he does work. I went short a while back, and the woman who cut my hair just couldn't get my hair to have a decent shape (she shredded the curls by twisting and cutting into them!). Mark not only gave it back a shape but managed to deal with the residual frizziness left by the previous cut. My curls are back! Thank you, Mark! And, you needn't go to someone who just focuses on curls - Mark is also able to deal with my sisters' heads of hair - one thick, long & wavy, the other short, fine, thin, and pin straight. So, he's a find for all the women in your world.