Update 8/31/11: I got another jar of this at a meetup, and it’s still hard for this conditioner to absorb into my hair. It feels good, but I often get white residue. I also tried the Too Shea, and that one seems a bit lighter and is easier for me to work with.
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oh and ps – where are you earrings from? love them!
Thanks for this review. I wish I had seen this before I bought it a while ago for $20 from this shop in Brooklyn. It didn’t work well for me either.
What kind of steamer do you have? I’m thinking of getting the Huetiful steamer. Either way, you’ve just made a good point on not over moisturizing. I hadn’t thought of that. Here I was, ready to steam, all day, every day like a fool.
My steamer is from Salons R Us…the cheaper one. It’s easier for me to use a stand up steamer b/c I don’t have a lot of furniture/tables in my apartment. And my earrings are from PeaceImages. She makes amazing jewelry. 🙂
yeah, i’m more convinced than ever to buy a steamer. there are no salons in Bmore that i have found that offer steam treatments, and i don’t feel like trekking to DC for it… but my hair is the same way. what other naturals rave about, my hair gives it the Kanye shrug. annoying because my hair needs a serious deep treat.
I think I need to be careful with steaming – I don’t have issues with dry hair so I need to make sure I’m not over moisturizing with the steamer.
Great review. Thanks for the feedback. Is Jessicurl in your hair now? Are you still using Afroveda, your favorite? (wink)
I styled my hair using the Donna Marie Dream Curling Creme, and as for Afroveda (lol), I still have some in my fridge but I haven’t used it in awhile…
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