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Post by MelMelBee on 22nd March 2011, 9:26 pm

creolebeauty1 wrote:@melbee i been eying a few curly lace fronts as my protective style and i do want to try tweezing and shaping my hairline Smile

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE post pics...When OMGitsaj posted the wig thread, I started a wig fund because my PJism flared up...but I've taken the money and invested in KCKT, so I'm back to saving...LOL

NaturallyPrecious wrote:Phew!! I'm trying to curb my PJ'ism by using up old products....the good, bad and indifferent.

BUT...I do also want the following Laughing

1. Steamer (or at least try a treatment first to see if it's really beneficial for me).
2. Several of Anita Grants products.
3. Aruyvedic powders, etc.
4. Bouncy, shiny, fierce twistout!

@MelMel - FYI: I found grapeseed oil at TJMaxx or HomeGoods on the cheap.
Also please give us your feedback on how the Hibiscus with Henna works out for you. I would like to try it, but not sure if I want to go really burgundy or just subtle with it. Thanks..

Girl, I'm going to my TJMaxx tomorrow...I'm such a PJ...its sad, but I do want to try it, especially since the spring/summer is coming and I can use a lighter oil. I'm not too sure about the hibiscus either, because from the info I just got from hennasooq.com, you have to continually use it because unlike henna, it does not bind to the hair, just adds a hue on top of it...so we'll see!
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Post by tamtam7 on 22nd March 2011, 9:40 pm

my wishlist:
oyin burnt sugar pomade

morrocon oil...I've tried other oil sheen spritzers but nothing beats my morrocon oil.

some stuff by curls but I can't remember what its called. I have to look it up and get back with you

learn how to do flat twists but I'm too lazy so I'll never learn how to do it
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Post by tamtam7 on 22nd March 2011, 9:54 pm

oh yea I remember...
quenched curls curl refresher by curlz
passion fruit curl paste by curlz
whipped shea butter with lavender, made by my hair stylist's husband

...but I'm not buying anything right now because I have to use up what I have first. these are just things I wish I could get.
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Post by elitebeauty13 on 27th March 2011, 5:01 pm

Jo Somebody wrote:
elitebeauty13 wrote:Here's my list
1. A fierce wash n' go (I'm so tired of twist outs)
2. A steamer
3. Curls Souffle (well, the whole Curls line, but I'll start with the Souffle)
4. Enough courage to try a bold and vibrant color on my ends (I'm thinking, red, purple, or pink)
5. My first wig ever
6. Argon oil (I can't find that stuff anywhere)

I think that's it for now. I'll probably be back to add to my list

Amazon or eBay! Go girl, go! tongue

Thanks for the tip. I ordered some from Amazon. It should be here by Tuesday. I'm so excited to give it a try. bounce
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Post by Luscious Mahogany on 28th March 2011, 11:59 am

@Fanmnatirel, The "It's a 10 brand" is great we sell that at my salon, its great for detangling and they have a serum that helps control frizz and adds great shine.
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Post by fanmnatirel on 28th March 2011, 12:12 pm

Thanks luscious !
I have very coarse hair... And it's been feeling super dry. How do u think the deep conditioner would do?

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Post by Luscious Mahogany on 28th March 2011, 12:32 pm

@ Fanmnatirel, The deep conditioner is great as well my client's that i've used it absolutely love how moisturized their hair feels after it. I always tend to keep them under the dryer a little longer then what it calls for. It makes the hair more manageable to when detangling, I'm always a fan of that!!
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Post by fanmnatirel on 28th March 2011, 2:37 pm

Great! Thanks for the details!!

I heard it's on the pricey side.
I haven't tried anything in a while so I'll try this one Smile

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Post by FalconTress on 28th March 2011, 3:18 pm

fanmnatirel wrote:Great! Thanks for the details!!

I heard it's on the pricey side.
I haven't tried anything in a while so I'll try this one Smile


Here's a review:

http://www.confessionsofablogvixen.com/2011/03/product-review-its-10-miracle.html

HTH

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Re: Wishlist

Post by shortnsweet on 28th March 2011, 5:05 pm

ok my turn!!

Wish list:

1. Master the twist out
2. Oyin Products( honey hemp, juice n berries, burnt sugar pomade)
3. Henna (too scared and lazy)
4. Hairveda Products

If anyone wants to contribute its greatly appreciated Laughing
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Post by MelMelBee on 28th March 2011, 5:40 pm

shortnsweet wrote:ok my turn!!

Wish list:

1. Master the twist out
2. Oyin Products( honey hemp, juice n berries, burnt sugar pomade)
3. Henna (too scared and lazy)
4. Hairveda Products

If anyone wants to contribute its greatly appreciated Laughing

A. Your hair is absolutely GORGEOUS!!! I have a respectful level of hair envy Smile

B. Why are you scared to henna?
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Post by Sebastain13 on 28th March 2011, 6:01 pm

I would love to find a great regular & deep conditioner and a moisturizing shampoo
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Post by naturallynola on 28th March 2011, 11:41 pm

Also, ladies Henna Sooq carries 100% natural and organic Argan oil.

Sebastain, I love AOWC. I am protein sensitive, so it works great for me. You can use it as a regular condish and to DC (love multi-tasking products!!). The manufacturer recommends using it on dry hair to DC. I have used it both ways and have gotten stellar results. I make sure this is the DC I use when I henna, do any ayurvedic treatment, or clay treatment. WF, Vitamin Shoppe, and AO online.

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Post by shortnsweet on 29th March 2011, 12:32 pm

MelMelBee wrote:
shortnsweet wrote:ok my turn!!

Wish list:

1. Master the twist out
2. Oyin Products( honey hemp, juice n berries, burnt sugar pomade)
3. Henna (too scared and lazy)
4. Hairveda Products

If anyone wants to contribute its greatly appreciated Laughing

A. Your hair is absolutely GORGEOUS!!! I have a respectful level of hair envy Smile

B. Why are you scared to henna?

Thanks So much!!! Very Happy
I'm sure you get this alot, but you favor Salt (frm Salt n Peppa) lol
Ive heard some good things and some bad. I recently colored my hair so Im afraid of the color change Neutral And the fact it may loosen my curl pattern doesnt really appeal to me either No
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Post by MelMelBee on 29th March 2011, 1:02 pm

@Short....Really, you think so? I guess I can see it in my avi picture a ittle. Most often, I get that I look like Raven Symone. Ehh! LOL

I understand...Your hair looks light in your avi pic. What color did you dye it? Believe it or not, my avitar pic is from last month and I've been henna'ing monthly for about 6 months now...but you can only see the orangy/reddish/cherry cola color in the sun! In regular light, it looks dark brown to jet black!

When I first started henna'ing my curls did relax alot, but I started using Amla powder in the mix which completely stopped my curls from relaxing.

But I'll say this, since starting, my hair has done a complete 180 turnaround. It was overly porous and whispy and stringy. Now its dense and strong...I love the results!
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Post by shortnsweet on 29th March 2011, 1:37 pm

@Mel i can see Raven a little in the eyes...but defin salt lol

i died it a brown sugar color. you can see it more in the light...it seems ever since the dye ive noticed more shedding. i tried aphogee a couple weeks ago and ill see how the 2nd application goes. i know i need to be consistent with my regimen because my ends are yucky! used to seal all the time with my shea and evco mix but got lazy. i think thats whats really keeping me from the henna is the prep and how time consuming it is. ive researched it a little...not enough to win me over just yet lol but i guess the benefits of it are whats important...
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