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  • CeriCeri Registered Users Posts: 142
    :thumright:Thank you for posting all of these great sites! I've heard of or even used most of them to purchase supplies myself, but it's always great to learn of new sites. Theres's a lot of great recipes here to keep everyone busy for a while! We just need to leave out the cones if we want to stay CG.:thumright:
    3a/3b Medium Texture & Normal Porosity
    Modified CG since November 2009
    Low Poo - (Once in a while) True Polaris Solid Shampoo Bar
    CO-wash/Condish - (I'm lazy, one step only!) True Polaris Solid Conditioner Bars
    Styling - True Polaris Truly Curly Styling Gel I add 'cones in summer Truly Frizz Free Hair Serum
    I plop and defuse daily


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  • imgonnastartawarimgonnastartawar Registered Users Posts: 237
    OMG SOOOO MANY

    *newbie overwelmed, while waving her hands in the air like a phyco person*

    Can't wait to try my FIRST DT!
    ........i have no life



    :)
  • AmazinnaturalAmazinnatural Registered Users Posts: 755
    There's sooo many websites that have great recipes for hair:
    www.instructables.com (search hair recipes)
    www.mountainroseherb.com
    www.theherbarie.com
    www.pioneerthinking.com (search hair recipes)

    You could also just experience in the kitchen and mix thing up and see what happens! Just so you know most all natural products do not have a long shelf life so i wont recommend trying to store them long!
    Hope this helps!



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    Still loving my curls and kinks!
    Products I love:
    Ion Dandruff/Seborrheic Dermatitis Tar Shampoo
    Suave Shea Butter Conditioner
    Biolage Scalp Therapy Shampoo
    Biolage Fortify Therapy Shampoo
    Trader Joe's Tea Tree Tingle Conditioner
    Beautiful Textures Rapid Repair Deep Conditioner
    Shea butter, olive oil, coconut oil, apricot oil, peppermint oil, tea tree oil, and eucalyptus oil
  • MochachinoMochachino Registered Users Posts: 191
    Thanks for the links.
    There's sooo many websites that have great recipes for hair:
    www.instructables.com (search hair recipes)
    www.mountainroseherb.com
    www.theherbarie.com
    www.pioneerthinking.com (search hair recipes)

    You could also just experience in the kitchen and mix thing up and see what happens! Just so you know most all natural products do not have a long shelf life so i wont recommend trying to store them long!
    Hope this helps!
    I've got a pair of ruby slippers that I don't wear much anymore
    And if I had the nerve I'd click my heels and return o the wonderland I knew before
    Alana Davis "Crazy"

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