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From: Ericka (22.214.171.124)
Subject: And--anticipating this question :)
Date: November 14, 2006 at 2:40 pm PST
In Reply to: Re: Denise---a question about TR-damaged hair posted by Denise Kingsley on November 13, 2006 at 8:21 pm:
What I use right now:
I alternate (all of these work well):
Aubrey Organics Ultra-Smoothing White Camellia Shampoo and conditioner.
John Masters Organics Honey and Hibiscus Reconstructing Shampoo and conditioner.
Sometimes Redken Smooth Down Butter treat, or the John Masters detangling conditioners.
(I do not use all these at once--I alternate)
After the hair is towel dried I am using Redken Heat Glide (not my normal product,normally wouldn't be "pure"enough for me but it's not the worst, not too many unpalatable ingreds and I find it works well--I used to use EO leave-in conditioners and sometimes Giovanni gel and leave-in cream, but I find that gels now make my hair stiff, "crunchy" and sticky, and the leave-in conditioners weigh it down and dull it--they were terrific on my curl but.... ).
After the heat glide I can blowdry and/or iron a bit and then to finish it off I use a fabulous dry oil called Rose De Velours by Rosalia (comes from France) which is a dry oil, OR John Masters Organics Nourishing Defrizzer (an oil blend). Either of these leave a good sheen and some softeness.
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