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Post by *CurlyNikki* on 30th October 2009, 11:08 pm

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Post by Curly Film Chick on 30th October 2009, 11:50 pm

I tried the Mositurizing conditioner and I simply didn't like it. It didn't do anything for my hair except make it feel hard and rough. Maybe it was the protein? I realize that I can't much of it...
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Post by *CurlyNikki* on 31st October 2009, 12:28 am

The protein in the conditioner bothered me too. I did like the slip though!

I *heart* the Nourish and Shine as a sealant, and as a body butter. It smells yummy.

The curl creme was too light.

My PJ is curious about the setting lotion.
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Post by Curly Film Chick on 31st October 2009, 11:05 am

I actually wanted to try the Nourish and Shine, but I get weary of trying other products by the same company whenever I have a less then stellar experience with just one of them [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.] but everyone raves about this line so much, I think I might just give another product a try. Might wanna try the holding spray, even though I'm perfectly content with Deva's Set if Free [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
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Post by Intelligentbeauty on 1st November 2009, 2:24 am

Oh yes. [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.] I love the Nourish and Shine for my scalp most of all.
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Post by CurlySpeechTherapist on 1st November 2009, 9:23 pm

*CurlyNikki* wrote:The protein in the conditioner bothered me too. I did like the slip though!

I *heart* the Nourish and Shine as a sealant, and as a body butter. It smells yummy.

The curl creme was too light.

My PJ is curious about the setting lotion.

I'm with you about the Nourish and Shine. I love the citrus scent and use it on my body. It would be too heavy on my hair. I'm glad you started this post because I haven't tried any of her other products, but I get tempted at Whole Foods. My baby sister has gorgeous locks and uses something from this line from time to time. I'll find out and report back.
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Post by RoseNaturalBeauty on 9th November 2009, 6:31 pm

I love Jane Carter products....the nourish and shine is great and I love the smell, but her products are a bit too pricey for me! I make a great 1st cousin nourish and shine called Nourishing Hair and Body Butter, it contains shea butter, kokum butter, mango and aloe butter, sweet almond oils, grapeseed and kosher vegabel glyercin...it also has jojoba protien and vitamin E to protect your skin and hiar during winter and summer months!!!
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Post by msqueenie on 11th November 2009, 4:25 pm

I tried her revitalizing leave-in conditioner and it did absolutely nothing for me...I'm actually tempted to take it back ;-(
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Post by RoseNaturalBeauty on 11th November 2009, 8:41 pm

you should try kinky kurly knot today, it's great!!!
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Post by msqueenie on 11th November 2009, 9:57 pm

koilsbynature wrote:you should try kinky kurly knot today, it's great!!!

@ koilsbynature - you know I've been trying to find the Knot Today but everytime I go to Whole Foods, they're sold out. I do love their Come Clean shampoo, though. I think it's a definite keeper!
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Post by RoseNaturalBeauty on 11th November 2009, 10:35 pm

Yeah it is hard to find!!! It took me a long time to find it!! If I find it in my area I will let you know.....I live in the Washington, DC area and when I go to the upscale areas there's a Whole Foods on every other block!!
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Post by Moni on 12th November 2009, 5:33 am

I tried the Nourish and Shine and Twist and Lock. They both worked well, but were so expensive that I won't be repurchasing them. I can get cheaper products that work just as well or better.
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Post by simara0507 on 6th December 2009, 4:50 pm

I use the Nourish and Shine mixed with coconut oil on my baby's hair. I found that using just the Nourish and Shine alone was too heavy for her fine strands but mixing it w/ the coconut oil worked just fine. A little goes a long way...an entire jar can last us up to 4-6 months!
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Post by so1913 on 6th December 2009, 5:11 pm

Nourish and Shine will always be an awesome product. The Hair Nourishing Serum (although strongly scented) was the BOMB because it was so weightless an provided tremendous sheen to my hair when I used it (back in my straight hair days). I may consider getting a bottle to have for when I wear my hair straight instead of using silicone products like Aveda Brilliant Serum and Biosilk. Wrap and Roll was also a favorite for wet setting while I was transitioning.
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Post by _kiner_ on 30th December 2009, 11:56 pm

Did anyone else try the Leave in Conditioner? I bought it today on a reccomendation from a natural who was working at Whole Foods. I'm gonna try it tomorrow though.
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Post by quincie1479 on 31st December 2009, 12:09 am

Hey _kiner_

I use the Leave-in and I really like it. Because of the price I try to use it sparingly and it was great at reviving an old wash-n-go.
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Post by _kiner_ on 31st December 2009, 12:11 am

Awesome! thanks... I haven't found a leave in that I like yet since I bc'd so I hope this can be it:)
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Post by pandzz on 31st December 2009, 2:07 pm

i loved jane carter when I had my locs, it totally changed the texture of my hair. my locs were so soft and lovely. however, i think the line is better for locs than other free flowing natural styles. I still love the conditioner but the nourish and shine is to heavy for me now. I use the leave-in conditioner as a setting lotion or 2nd day hair moisturizer. it is perfect for twists or re-wetting your 2nd day hair.
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Post by savvybrown on 1st January 2010, 12:50 pm

Happy New Year LAdies!

I've used the shampoo and conditioner, and they work ok, but the conditioner cannot be used as a DT. It has no slip at all. I've used the leave-in conditioner and it's great, but for the price, I can make make my own for cheaper. I love using the Twist and Lock like a setting lotion though, especially on lightly damp or dry hair. After I make my twists or braids, I spritz each one with TNL and it gives it nice hold. Also works good if you're in a rush and need your TNC to set fast under a dryer.
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Post by ElleX on 2nd January 2010, 7:54 pm

I use the Condition and Sculpt (C&S), with great success, on my two strand twist outs. Lately, because I'm low on the C&S, I started using the Wrap & Roll on my twist outs (I know its for straight looks - LOL) and was pleased with the results. My hair is not hard nor sticky.
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Post by brownsugar09 on 6th January 2010, 12:11 am

The Jane Carter Nutrient Replenishing Conditioner is a staple for me...instantly detangles and adds softness. The Nourish and Shine I probably use more out of habit but I LOVE the Twist and Lock. It moisturizes my two strand twists like nothing else. During these really dry months, I've been pairing that with a bit of castor oil and Oyin's Shine and Define and I am really pleased [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.] .
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Post by Miki on 27th January 2010, 2:13 am

I'm in the 4th month of my transition My hair LOOOVED the Nutrient replenishing conditioner. The second ingredient is BM sulfate so it detangles my two hair textures like a dream!! I would def recommend!
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Post by Patycurls on 2nd February 2010, 11:18 pm

I've only used the Condition and Sculpt and I really like it. It has a light hold. The smell is divine to me. It took some getting use to because it's a liquid (but not runny) and I wasn't sure about it because my hair typical likes thick creamy products. I use it after my leavein and then add a gel on top of it for added hold. I feel like I don't have to use as much gel and the C&S adds some moisture. I would repurchase. It runs a little under $10 at Whole Foods which isn't bad and it has lasted a number of months because you don't need a lot. I would like to try the Wrap and Roll next.

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Post by FemmeFox on 3rd February 2010, 3:38 pm

Has anyone tried the Natural Hold Spray gel?
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Post by Free2Be on 2nd March 2010, 12:17 am

I purchased the Jane Carter Nutrient Replenishing Conditioner last night. Today I used it as a leave-in after I got out of the shower. I used the same amount I would with a moisturizer. I love the smell and it made my hair feel soft and my curls were bouncy/springy. I finished with a small amount of Oyin Handmade Burnt Sugar Pomade...my hair stayed put all day, it remained shiny and it was not frizzy.

Tomorrow I think I'll add a bit to some water in a spray bottle and see how that works instead of applying it directly and undiluted.
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