Jul 12, 2014 - I couldn't figure out when to use this product. I tried it both under the CD Hair Milk Styling Pudding, after washing my hair and letting it air dry (in place of a leave in conditioner), and also on dry hair. I really didn't know what to actually do with it. I will say that i liked it best when I just used this product and letting it air dry (and put in a braid). My hair is really to fine to wear an oil-based serum, but this really made it feel softer feeling when I washed it again. I used maybe 1-2 pumps over all my hair, concentrating on the ends, which have a tendency to feel dry, and this serum really countered that. And it was pleasantly scented (which I found unusual for CD products). Will continue using on my off days.
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Jul 12, 2014 - So I am a bit torn on this product: I like it, it smells decent, and did the job. Only, I had to use quit a bit of it and my hair felt a bit coated and the curls stretched out after I rinsed. Didn't feel as drying as the Hair Milk Cleansing Conditioner and had a much lighter, more pleasant scent. I would actually still use this product in my rotation of deep conditioners/hair masks. I can't comment on the breakage/shedding because I've never really dealt with those, but this is a decent hair mask for my fine 3A-B curls.
Jul 12, 2014 - Filled with cones and way too heavy/greasy for my fine, 3A-B curls. Strong scent. My curls were defined, but fluffy and very greasy. I barely used a pea size dab too and avoided the roots. I used this alone and also following a leave in and it wasn't great either way.