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i think i finally figured out how to keep those ssk at bay. yeah, and i know other people probably already figured this sh*t bit im always late as hell.  during the twisting process when i get to the end i roll the hair with my fingers creating a tight coil.  after it dries and i separate the twist i just keep the coils at the end intact.  i keep the ends undisturbed regardless of the style either until the next washing or next twisting session.

LoL yeah I do this. I'm not sure it helps single strand knots though.


no but it has for me.  a couple of months ago my ssk were massive.  i started coiling my end 2 months ago and straightened my hair last month i only had few. and ive tried a few things like ribbon braid outs, curling the ends, the tension  method and so far this has worked out the best for me.
im not saying that it will work for anybody else (quite frankly, kinda wouldnt care all that much).  its just working really well for me.Thumbs Up i's happy

LoL well you don't mind being frank.
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oh that reminds me.  you asked a while back if anyone used crisco.  i havent but ive been thinking about using it or unsalted butter lately.  i always whip of batches of curling pudding but trying different oil bases.  by last batch was made with shea butter and the batch before that was made with cocoa butter and they both left flakes if the hair wasnt fully saturated.  so now im thinking of trying either crisco or unsalted butter but im leaning more toward crisco since ive been having really good results with soybean oil as a prepoo and oil rinsing. 
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oh that reminds me.  you asked a while back if anyone used crisco.  i havent but ive been thinking about using it or unsalted butter lately.  i always whip of batches of curling pudding but trying different oil bases.  by last batch was made with shea butter and the batch before that was made with cocoa butter and they both left flakes if the hair wasnt fully saturated.  so now im thinking of trying either crisco or unsalted butter but im leaning more toward crisco since ive been having really good results with soybean oil as a prepoo and oil rinsing. 

What else do you put in it? I haven't invented a miracle cream yet.
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Originally posted by liesnalibis liesnalibis wrote:

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oh that reminds me.  you asked a while back if anyone used crisco.  i havent but ive been thinking about using it or unsalted butter lately.  i always whip of batches of curling pudding but trying different oil bases.  by last batch was made with shea butter and the batch before that was made with cocoa butter and they both left flakes if the hair wasnt fully saturated.  so now im thinking of trying either crisco or unsalted butter but im leaning more toward crisco since ive been having really good results with soybean oil as a prepoo and oil rinsing. 

What else do you put in it? I haven't invented a miracle cream yet.


the other ingredient is proclaim curl activator gel.  it cost around $3 at sally's for 32 oz. but im actually looking for another gel that doesnt contain protein. 

walmart has a Wetline Xtreme hair gel with out protein and im thinking of trying that soon.
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I miss my puuuuuffffff!!!!
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Originally posted by tatee tatee wrote:

Originally posted by liesnalibis liesnalibis wrote:

Originally posted by tatee tatee wrote:

oh that reminds me.  you asked a while back if anyone used crisco.  i havent but ive been thinking about using it or unsalted butter lately.  i always whip of batches of curling pudding but trying different oil bases.  by last batch was made with shea butter and the batch before that was made with cocoa butter and they both left flakes if the hair wasnt fully saturated.  so now im thinking of trying either crisco or unsalted butter but im leaning more toward crisco since ive been having really good results with soybean oil as a prepoo and oil rinsing. 

What else do you put in it? I haven't invented a miracle cream yet.


the other ingredient is proclaim curl activator gel.  it cost around $3 at sally's for 32 oz. but im actually looking for another gel that doesnt contain protein. 

walmart has a Wetline Xtreme hair gel with out protein and im thinking of trying that soon.

Yeah I've seen the wetline but gel isn't a problem for me so I guess my hair doesn't mind protein.
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im just trying to limit the amount of protein i use because i have low porosity hair and doesnt need extra protein but i noticed that everything i use has protein.
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