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So I just bought a few things from the BSS, ECO Styler Argan oil gel, and HASK argan oil intense deep conditioning treatment. 

These companies know how to advertise, the gel barely has any argan oil in it, it's the third last ingredient out of...12 ingredients. That's barely anything. Only things after it are fragrance and yellow dye #11. 
But all of their gels are the same price, so I figured hey, why not. Only $1.49 for 8OZ. 
Hopefully this works for my edges, ORS edge control doesn't do much, nor does Let's JAM extra hold. 

The HASK pack looks great though, lots of things in it that look lovely for my hair: Argan Kernal Oil, Rice and Soyabean Protein, Hydrolyzed Collagen and Keratin, SAAs, Black Walnut Extract, Caramel.
I originally bought it to treat my hair extensions after I dye them, but shoot, I might just DC it with TREsemme and use this on my own hair.  

I'm exciiiited. 
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I keep hearing terrible things about Miss Jessies Pillow soft curls...
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I have to push back my annual trim and straightening indefinitely bc my stylist lost her Daddy. So, whenever she's ready- I'll be seeing her.
 
I have a few prodcuts that DH picked up for me(awww, he's a Sweetie) bc he thought they may be helpful. Some are and some are not. I'll re-puropse/give away those that are not and slowly integrate the products that are helpful. Thinking of using some heat this weekend. Really need to up my M&S'ing and plaiting nightly too. Well, I did tonight, so that's a good start.
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I can see why some people go back to relaxers or texturizers when they try to go natural. Are hair is so hard to manage. And it frustrates me. I've never been good at anything beauty related, so having to do my own hair is painful, especially detangling. I tried finger detangling and I'm going to stop that cause it just caused me to get sing strand knots and other crap. I'd rather detangle with a comb. Although I like my natural curl pattern, I think I'm going to have to wear my hair stretched all the time, because when it's not stretched the curls tangle and intertwine w/ each other which is annoying, although of course when I shower it'll just return to it's natural curls. I think I'll have to start washing my hair in braids to prevent that (although I can't even braid soo...) 
Basically my hair is really annoying and I do miss my relaxer (although I don't want to go back to it)
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I need to get a good moisturiser for my hair, but I don't know where to find one. The one I've been using has silicones in it, and I'd like to try one that doesn't. Garrrr. Tricky, tricky.
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Thinking about ordering a maxiglide because I think I want to wear straight hair for Dec. I don't think I'm coordinated enough for the comb chase method on my own hair.
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I have so much hair..thinking about roller setting to keep if from tangling this winter.

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Doing a protein moisture something or other treatment tomorrow. All I know is that I have ACV, amino acid, yogurt, honey and baking soda in my cabinet and it must get used.LOL
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Originally posted by lalaLeslie lalaLeslie wrote:

I can see why some people go back to relaxers or texturizers when they try to go natural. Are hair is so hard to manage. And it frustrates me. I've never been good at anything beauty related, so having to do my own hair is painful, especially detangling. I tried finger detangling and I'm going to stop that cause it just caused me to get sing strand knots and other crap. I'd rather detangle with a comb. Although I like my natural curl pattern, I think I'm going to have to wear my hair stretched all the time, because when it's not stretched the curls tangle and intertwine w/ each other which is annoying, although of course when I shower it'll just return to it's natural curls. I think I'll have to start washing my hair in braids to prevent that (although I can't even braid soo...) 
Basically my hair is really annoying and I do miss my relaxer (although I don't want to go back to it)

Put your hair in braid or twist extensions for a while so you won't have to deal with detangling as often.
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