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How do you treat your Hair? Posted on 07-28-2005
Baby_Ro

I use the Cream of Nature set(shampoo, conditioner, perm, etc.) I have to switch because Sauve messsed up my hair, I have short, manage-able hair now, what works on your hair?
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replied on 07-28-2005 10:00AM [Reply]
whooo if If I tried to type it all out bit by bit I'd have a essay lol..but I'll make it short. I use *Bontanicals Relaxer, and I get my hair permed every 12 weeks. I also keep my ends clipped or a regular bases. *Pantene or Infusium Products to wash and condition..For deep conditioning I use that protein stuff by motions *Aphogee Keratin Green Tea reconstrutor helps with shedding and strenghtening. *I use Suave Milk and Honey Conditioner for when I just want to Co-wash my hair.( washing hair with just the conditioner) * hot oil treatment every now and then, and I apply a light amount of motions oil moisturizer daily. And because I get split ends very easily, I've started to use Elasta QP mango butter on my ends.. My hair is naturally thick and a little ways pass my shoulders. Gets on mah nerves sometimes, but I guess it's better than having unhealthly looking hair.
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replied on 07-28-2005 11:26AM [Reply]
I get a touch up every 6-8 weeks using Creme of Nature Herba-Rich relaxer! I love it cuz it doesn't burn your hair out and I've been using it ever since I got my first perm @ age 11. I use Mizani shampoo & conditioner and I get a wash and set every 1 1/2 weeks. I try to keep my ends clipped as much as possible. Since my hair tends to get greasy I only grease my scalp after I wash my hair but I do wrap it a lot and use a light spray of oil sheen. No heat styling for me b/c it murders my hair. That's about it though. :-)
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cafe-aulait replied on 07-28-2005 12:17PM [Reply]
I get a perm twice a year, and go to the shop ang get it blowdried several times in between then.... Products I use when I do my own hair: Motions lavish conditioning shampoo Pantene Pro-V Fructis Ganier Conditioner Paul Mitchell conditionner Frizz Ease Smooth conditioner V05 Carrot oil for shine Isoplus Cucumber and Avacado conditioning oil for my scalp
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M o o N i e replied on 07-28-2005 12:47PM [Reply]
with respect.
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IgnoranceIsBliss replied on 07-28-2005 12:58PM [Reply]
Before I gave up the "crack" I used to use: Precise Perm Bantu Neutralizer Pantene Conditioner Motions Wrap Foam Finisheen Now I'm natural: Sauve Conditioner Pomanade Moisturizer I'm new to this natural thing, so I'm still learning what products to use.
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cupcake8503 replied on 07-28-2005 01:12PM [Reply]
M o o N i e wrote:
with respect.
lmao :lol:
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replied on 07-28-2005 01:57PM [Reply]
Are ya'll satisfied with they way your hair looks, do you wish it was longer or shorter? I want mine to be longer!! My hair is damaged because the people assigned to take care of my hair "F*cked Me Up Bad"!! Now I do my own!!
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chancebychanel replied on 07-28-2005 04:01PM [Reply]
I used Pantene Pro-V for black hair, the shampoo, conditioner and daily moisturizer for my dry scalpj i use optimum care perms clip my ends wrap my hair each night wash my hair ever week go to the shop every other week and get a blow out at the roots
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Poody replied on 07-28-2005 10:01PM [Reply]
My hair is natural sooooo I use black folks stuff Optimum w/ Care shampoo & conditioner Creme of Nature shampoo & conditioner Luster's Pink Oil Moisturizer shampoo & conditioner Lustrasilk Aloe Vera Cholesteral conditioner Pink Lotion Shea Butter African Pride hair oil African Pride or Blue Magic hair grease
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