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Sunday, January 31, 2010

This is my wet hair after a co-wash,  no-product applied.I tried a new conditioner I bought at my hair salon. It's called "Knight's Extreme Moisture" conditioner with shea butter. I looked online and found no signs of this stuff. I'm curious to know what's in it, since it doesn't list its ingredients.

My stylist uses this, and it is a great detangler, but time will tell whether or not it will replace my staple products: Trader Joe Nourish and Hair Mayonnaise.  I may experiment a little with expensive products, but in the end, I always come back to these two because they work best for my hair. A lot of the conditioners I try APPEAR to hydrate my hair, but then a day or so later, my hair is hard as a brick!!!  I don't have that problem with my old stand-bys.


Tina aka Beanie said...

Looks good, Robs! Nice and full of moisture! Let me know how this condish works for you and what the ingredients are. I might have you pick me up a bottle to try! I almost flat ironed my hair today to length check, but I'm scared!!

Anonymous said...

I totally agree. Trader Joe's and Herbal Essences Hello Hydration of Long Term Relationship are my staple conditioner products. I am going to try Suave also. I was on youtube and kimmaytube uses Trader Joe's to detangle, then a different product as a deep conditioner. I may try that, or use the conditioners I listed above as a deep conditioner to get more moisture.

bacalove said...

Look into Hamadi Shea Spray, an all natural organic conditioner spray for dry and frizzy hair.

Also, I always use a few drops of olive oil, almond oil and castor oil mix to hydrate and shine my hair every morning.

Anonymous said...

Your hair looks great...can't believe condish only and no product. Wow! Curly Bean