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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote PRnena Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 20 2014 at 7:38pm
Originally posted by Princess Grace Princess Grace wrote:

Prena you nice, I would have sent them all a Confused and a chile boo.

Half of BHM can tell you someones ip address and mother maiden name but cant figure out how to contact a vendor. Chile please


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Originally posted by foxyroy19 foxyroy19 wrote:

Why do you have to use silicone mix?  Does the hair tangle or something?

No, not at all. You know there's a deep conditioner, by that name.



It is meant to really hydrate your hair. I use it not only for all of my weave but my real hair as well. It makes it really soft, smooth and more manageable. 
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The only time silicon mixed I THOUGHT was used is when the hair is shady and slightly on its way to turning on you, in my mind its the step before a bleach bath .

Please stop putting that in your real hair, of course your hair feels silky its being coated with silicon. 

Its just a milder form of the chemicals used by vendors when they trying to cover the fact that they have sold you raccoon hair, it hides it for a minute. Thats why some weave turns on you after you shampoo, you have rinsed away the silicon. 

If you wanna be technical , I think they sell the real chemicals used to coat weave on India Mart, I clicked on it by accident. They may be banned for shipping in the us though.

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That last hair I got from World Beauty Wigs even silicon mix could not save that caterpillar from crawling up my neck. 
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Originally posted by Princess Grace Princess Grace wrote:

The only time silicon mixed I THOUGHT was used is when the hair is shady and slightly on its way to turning on you, in my mind its the step before a bleach bath .

Please stop putting that in your real hair, of course your hair feels silky its being coated with silicon. 

Its just a milder form of the chemicals used by vendors when they trying to cover the fact that they have sold you raccoon hair, it hides it for a minute. Thats why some weave turns on you after you shampoo, you have rinsed away the silicon. 

If you wanna be technical , I think they sell the real chemicals used to coat weave on India Mart, I clicked on it by accident. They may be banned for shipping in the us though.


That's interesting, I never heard of it that way. I have always used it on my weave and it has only made it better, I didn't use it because the hair was problematic, but just because I noticed after deep conditioning with it the hair appeared healthier. 

I know there are some places that actually do sell the kind of formula that's used to coat the hair. I had often heard that despite Silicon Mix's name it had no relation to actual silicone, but who knows. I will say however that you have scared me from wanting to use it on my real hair now. Shocked Thank you for the tip!
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I liked Cantu Shea butter for a leave in for my curly hair.

For shampoo, I use Tresseme Flawless curls and Tresseme Hydrating curls for conditioner. HTH
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IA w/ Princess Grace.. Silicones are a no no for your natural hair. 

Silicone, like all -cones, leave the hair weighed down and cause a great deal of build up. I've only know people to use the pictured silicon for weaves. I've always wanted to buy some of the real deal hair coats just for funsies.. too expensive for my experimenting budget. 

But check it out here  if interested.


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Originally posted by Princess Grace Princess Grace wrote:

The only time silicon mixed I THOUGHT was used is when the hair is shady and slightly on its way to turning on you, in my mind its the step before a bleach bath .

Please stop putting that in your real hair, of course your hair feels silky its being coated with silicon. 

Its just a milder form of the chemicals used by vendors when they trying to cover the fact that they have sold you raccoon hair, it hides it for a minute. Thats why some weave turns on you after you shampoo, you have rinsed away the silicon. 

If you wanna be technical , I think they sell the real chemicals used to coat weave on India Mart, I clicked on it by accident. They may be banned for shipping in the us though.

 
 
That is what I thought too because that is the same stuff I used to revive hair on lace wigs I use to wear.
 
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I saw people on YouTube use it on their natural hair. I know youtuber maicangirl11 is the first person I saw talk about it.
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It's really popular in Dominican salons as well.
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