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Post by CrissyQ on 7th February 2011, 1:30 pm

I just purchased the above product and I am not sure how to use it. I looked at some You-tube videos and it seems like alot of people are using it for twist/braid outs? This products is full of oils so I am not sure how the twist or braids are getting defined. I retwisted my hair with it and it did nothing but made it an oily mess, I can say alot goes a long way.

Please share if you have used this product or what you have heard this product is good for.
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Post by Sebastain13 on 7th February 2011, 1:37 pm

I just purchased this product as well and I used it to twist my hair as well I used a small amount because it is oily and It helped with my frizzies but not shiny to me I have alot of product on my hair because I havent washed my hair in almost 2 wks so Im going to use this again after washing to see what happens
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Post by CrissyQ on 7th February 2011, 1:38 pm

S13, was your twist defined? When you use it again are you oing to pair it with something or just twist with that?
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Post by Sebastain13 on 7th February 2011, 1:57 pm

No it really wasnt I think that when I do use it again I will be using it with something else like darcy twist cream that I have & see what happens

I think that maybe after I wash & condition it may be alot better I may be doing a ACV rinse as well
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Post by CrissyQ on 7th February 2011, 2:22 pm

Sebastain13 wrote:No it really wasnt I think that when I do use it again I will be using it with something else like darcy twist cream that I have & see what happens

I think that maybe after I wash & condition it may be alot better I may be doing a ACV rinse as well

OK, thanks
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Post by cyclingchick on 7th February 2011, 2:26 pm

I use it to seal...also a bit on the hairline to keep things neat. Very Happy
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Post by krazy coils on 7th February 2011, 3:04 pm

cyclingchick wrote:I use it to seal...also a bit on the hairline to keep things neat. Very Happy

I also use it to seal. When I twist or plait my hair I apply it to the whole length of the twist.
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Post by CrissyQ on 7th February 2011, 3:19 pm

krazy coils wrote:
cyclingchick wrote:I use it to seal...also a bit on the hairline to keep things neat. Very Happy

I also use it to seal. When I twist or plait my hair I apply it to the whole length of the twist.

so my question to you big sis, LOL, do you use anything else with it when you apply it to the entire length? Is you hair twisted already? or you twist with it?
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Post by CarlaAR on 7th February 2011, 3:48 pm

I use it for my hairline and sometimes to seal. I dont really use it on the bulk/length of my hair because I have so much of it and I dont want to have a greasy head. Since it is a pomade, I would think that you only use it on certain areas. I don't see how it would work in twist/braid-outs, I thought it would stretch the curl too much and add too much weight - but it depends on what you're going for.
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Post by krazy coils on 7th February 2011, 4:46 pm

CrissyQ wrote:
krazy coils wrote:
cyclingchick wrote:I use it to seal...also a bit on the hairline to keep things neat. Very Happy

I also use it to seal. When I twist or plait my hair I apply it to the whole length of the twist.

so my question to you big sis, LOL, do you use anything else with it when you apply it to the entire length? Is you hair twisted already? or you twist with it?

My hair is already twisted and I use another styler or moisturizer on my hair. I use the BSP only to seal. I haven't used it to twist my hair because I thought it may leave it to greasy. I can't remember which product you were using by Afroveda but you could apply that to your hair to moisturize and twist your hair and then apply the BSP to seal your hair.
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Post by CrissyQ on 7th February 2011, 5:21 pm

krazy coils wrote:
CrissyQ wrote:
krazy coils wrote:
cyclingchick wrote:I use it to seal...also a bit on the hairline to keep things neat. Very Happy

I also use it to seal. When I twist or plait my hair I apply it to the whole length of the twist.

so my question to you big sis, LOL, do you use anything else with it when you apply it to the entire length? Is you hair twisted already? or you twist with it?

My hair is already twisted and I use another styler or moisturizer on my hair. I use the BSP only to seal. I haven't used it to twist my hair because I thought it may leave it to greasy. I can't remember which product you were using by Afroveda but you could apply that to your hair to moisturize and twist your hair and then apply the BSP to seal your hair.

Ok, I am going to try that. Thanks again.
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Post by Sebastain13 on 8th February 2011, 12:31 pm

Krazy coils that does make since I will do that in the future
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Post by newcurlieque on 8th February 2011, 12:42 pm

Crissy I recently purchased some too thinking I would use it to twist but came to realize that it does not do well for that...so I use it to seal now too. I won't be repurchasing it though. I normally use an evoo/evco to seal and it's less expensive to use that than the BSP.
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Post by CrissyQ on 8th February 2011, 1:45 pm

newcurlieque wrote:Crissy I recently purchased some too thinking I would use it to twist but came to realize that it does not do well for that...so I use it to seal now too. I won't be repurchasing it though. I normally use an evoo/evco to seal and it's less expensive to use that than the BSP.

Hey NCQ, I dont think I will be repurchasing it either. I use it on my daughters hair.
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Post by njfree on 16th February 2011, 3:38 am

Rustic Beatuy uses it im her mixture of whipped shea butter mix. It looks good enough to try. http://www.youtube.com/user/rusticbeauty?blend=1&ob=4#p/u/38/L9DY5zvIlpQ
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Post by Morshaye on 16th February 2011, 11:55 pm

I use it in my shea butter mixture as well. I love it.
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Post by Curleedst on 22nd February 2011, 8:31 pm

I hear you can mix it with the Shine and Define for a very defined hold.

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