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let's vote......

frizzballpoodlefrizzballpoodle Posts: 3Registered Users
They keep taking my favorite styling products off the market. My fave ever was a creme by Schwartzkopf- cheap, not too oily, not drying, didn't make my curls crunchy. I'm currently using Pantene styling stuff with K-Pak shampoo/ conditioner, but still not happy.

Here's my request; if you have a product you love, add it to this post. The product that gets the most raves, I'll try.

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  • tinicurlydtinicurlyd Posts: 1,053Registered Users
    Re:coil
    Jessicurls Confident Coils
    Pink boots
    Sorry had 3 products that i love ! :D
    Modified CG-Use Low Poo
    Use Suaves & VO5 Condish For CG-Honey+ Condish=My curls are loving it!
    *Suave gels ( love crunchy gels )*My HGs-Re:coil, Jessicurls , Boots , Loreal Spiral Curl Mousse, Tigi Amp*

    *~Show Your True Beauty Cuz Curls Rock!~*
  • Curly^ChrissyCurly^Chrissy Posts: 27Registered Users
    Jessicurl rockin ringlets
    Jessicurl confident coils

    I use them together so I had to put down 2 fav products :)
    Dark brown/ black
    Short and curly - and proud of it.
    botticelli curls - 3B sides with 3A back.

    Password - curls

    CG since Aug ‘05
  • frizzballpoodlefrizzballpoodle Posts: 3Registered Users
    What is the difference between "confident coils" and " Rocking Ringlets"?
  • Curly^ChrissyCurly^Chrissy Posts: 27Registered Users
    What is the difference between "confident coils" and " Rocking Ringlets"?

    Confident coils is a styling cream while Rockin Ringlets is a gel. I use them both to get the hold that I like.
    Dark brown/ black
    Short and curly - and proud of it.
    botticelli curls - 3B sides with 3A back.

    Password - curls

    CG since Aug ‘05
  • comfortcomfort Posts: 14Registered Users
    where can I get Jessiecurl, I have tried all sorts of shops including specialist hair product shops.

    Thanks

    Di
    comfort in Sydney
  • StarmieStarmie Posts: 6,679Registered Users Curl Dabbler
    You have to get it online. There's a distributor in Sydney - curlyhairstylesmagazine.com. Sorry, can't do links, computer illiterate here, but if you go to the Jessicurl website it'll give you a link. Excellent customer service, postage isn't too bad and really quick delivery.
    I'm not having much luck with the products unfortunately.
    3b in South Australia.
  • comfortcomfort Posts: 14Registered Users
    Thanks for that info, sorry for delay in replying have been away. I'll have a look now.Which products did you buy?

    Di
    comfort in Sydney
  • StarmieStarmie Posts: 6,679Registered Users Curl Dabbler
    I tried the trial pack initially, liked the conditioners but not the cleansing cream (I need shampoo for iffy scalp). The styling products I just couldn't get away with at all, don't know if I wasn't using them properly, or using too much or too little or what. Not much room for experimentation with a trial pack unfortunately.
    Anyway I've got the WDT, Too Shea and Aloeba. The WDT's good, no problem with that - really like it, but one or both of the conditioners is causing an allergic reaction with me. Guess there wasn't enough in the trial bottles to cause a problem but with regular use I've got a rash down my back, on my shoulders and round my hairline (luckily at the back of my neck and not round the front!). Sorry, tmi! Shame as I actually quite like the Aloeba.
    What were you thinking of getting?
    3b in South Australia.
  • comfortcomfort Posts: 14Registered Users
    i was thinking of getting trial pack. the "light" version. I too have an iffy scalp and since I stopped using any shampoo and use Head and Shoulders conditioner my problem is kept at bay. I have psoriasis and since using this regime I have noticed a difference. It will never go away completely but I am very happy with results. I them use what ever conditioner I have to condition the mid to ends of my hair and leave most of it in.

    The product I am interested in with the Jessicurl is the one that stops the frizz and keeps your hair "together" rather than fly away- I think it is called Ringlets something. I looked at their website but didn't get around to reading all the product range.

    It is just so many people on this site have had success with Jessicurl and since I have tried every other product on earth one more can't be bad!

    CHeers

    Di
    comfort in Sydney
  • StarmieStarmie Posts: 6,679Registered Users Curl Dabbler
    I've got psoriasis too, never thought of trying H and S conditioner to wash with, the shampoo didn't help much. Maybe I'll give it a go. Good luck with the Jessicurl.
    3b in South Australia.