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From: Need Recommendation for Conditioning Products (22.214.171.124)
Date: October 31, 2008 at 7:33 pm PST
I have very thick, dry brittle hair. It may have been damaged from previous straighteners, but even the new growth feels like straw. I've posted previously about my hair traumas, so I won't go into all of the details. The condition of my hair has had a devastating effect on my self-esteem. I know it's not the end of the world -- but it sure feels like it.
I have tried everything to try to get my hair back into condition. I've stopped using heat altogether, and I'm doing daily conditioning treatments. I alternate between Kerastase Oleo Fusion and Milbon's HY step 3 (I have got a salon size bottle of it from my stylist) The only time my hair feels o.k. is when it has conditioner in it, so I've gotten into the habit of putting it in my hair as soon as I get home from work and then sleeping in it and washing it out in the morning. I only shampoo twice per week, though.
I want to make sure that I'm not over-doing it with conditioners and thus making my problem worse. I don't think that either of these conditioners contain protein, which I know can be drying.
Also, I would really appreciate any recommendations that experts and others have for my type of hair. I'm interested in the following:
1. an oil treatment
2. a scalp treatment
2. a deep conditioner that can be left in for a long time
3. a lighter leave-in conditioner
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