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  1. using this on my 4a curly girl. We actually got the whole line because we were Curly Q’s online users before. Have hopped around to different products just to see what’s what, but decided to come back to Curly Q’s after a growth hiatus. I like this cream. Heavier than the online stuff, but really moisturizing. DD’s hair dries soft and feels well-moisturized. I may start using it myslf

    1. You think? I was wondering but then thought that maybe it was just the products I used. I’m so terrible with measuring growth unless it’s like 4 months apart.

      1. hey i dont know, some people are very sensitive about these things. i asked another YT the same question, i thought her “eyes” were very pretty and she went nuts on me. talkilng about : ” if i was wearing contacts i woulda said something in the video”

      2. HAHAHA well maybe she didn’t want people to know…I don’t really care. They’re contacts, they’re just for fun. πŸ˜‰ But don’t ask me if I’ve gained weight ever, I’ll e-chop you.

  2. Hi! Leslie here from CurlTalk. Have you ever used the Curls Kids Cleansing Cream (from online not Target)? How would you compare it to CJ Daily Fix.

    Have a nice day! πŸ™‚

    1. Nope, I haven’t tried that one. The only cleansing condishes I’ve used are DF and DevaCurl No Poo, which are awesome.

      1. I’m a user of Daily Fix but never of Deva No Poo. I keep hearing that Deva is absolute garbage so I’ve been scared to try.

        How would you compare Deva No Poo to Daily Fix?

  3. Your hair looks great! I heard you mention your hair is low porosity. My daughter’s hair is low porosity and I am having a heck of a time trying to find products that moisturize her hair well. Is there anything particular you use to counteract your low porosity?

    1. Thanks! I used to do baking soda treatments to lift my cuticle some (cherry lola) which helped a ton with product absorption, but now I just use my steamer. I think it has helped normalize my porosity some. I steam once a week.

      1. Thanks for the baking soda suggestion. I didn’t try the Cherry Lola Treatment because I couldn’t find any Braggs on the ground so I used a recipe of baking soda and conditioner that KKQ used and it worked miracles on my daughter’s hair. Her hair was so soft after I rinsed the conditioner out, and once it dried her hair color was dark and rich. You could see that it absorbed the moisture. I’m a little nervous about using it once a week so I will probably use it twice a month and just cowash her hair once a week to keep in the moisture. I think washing her hair with shampoo once a week is too stripping for her hair. Thanks again.

      2. You’re welcome! Yea, condish and baking soda is another great combo…I do this when I feel like my hair is too acidic.

  4. “What did you use on your hair today?”
    “Oh, you know. Just some cupcakes n’ creeeeam”
    xD You crack me up! Once again, your hair looks lalalovely. My hair is starting to grow (yay for 9 inches!) but I gots to cut them split ends Dx
    And yay for no cones and glycerin!
    This might sound creepy but I would like to meet you one day! πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you! And yaaaaaaay for hair growth! I am hoping for a spring spurt soon. It’s not creepy, lol, I have lots of hair friends that I would like to meet! Hopefully I will be able to get to a Natural Hair show one day.

  5. girl, your hair has been looking banging lately! i’m jealous. the back of my head looks like yours, but my crown area has been an unruly, frizzy mess. le sigh.

    side note: i lurve me some KBB sweet ambrosia for the fact that i can see and feel it immediately soak into my hair even though my strands are low porosity.

    1. Over moisturized? Need a PT? What’s going on sarah?!

      And funny thing…Sweet Ambrosia does not absorb into my hair at ALL. I can see droplets of it on my hair strands until my hair dries. It’s crazy! It is moisturizing though.

      1. maybe… i’m not sure. i got highlights on my crown area a few months after i BCd so it may be dying for some protein.

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