Ok, can someone please tell me the diffrence

ChilynnChilynn Registered Users Posts: 31
Hi ladies (and curly haired men) :)

I recently made the decision to go natural last month and skipped my relaxer touch up. My hair really grows fast so already I have about 3 1/2 inches of new growth. I'm trying to pick products to use that are both healthy and able to help me style my hair. Until I begin reading from this site, I never really looked at ingredients lists...except to make sure the products didn't contain drying alcohols. All oils were good oils, including the now dreaded mineral/petroleum oils.

My question is can someone please break down the difference between a hair milk, butter, cream, and smoothie. Because maybe I'm slow, but I don't get the difference in styling aid. The ingredients are the same, maybe certain ones are used for certain styles......???

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  • htlykmehtlykme Registered Users Posts: 33
    Interesting question.... I'm looking forward to finding out as well, considering I never thought about it that way.
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]Last Relaxer: October 28, 2010
    BC date: 1-29-11 :occasion9:
    Hair type:3c/4a
    Co-Wash: Suave naturals & any other cheapie conditioner for that matter
    Oils: EVOO and EVCO
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  • SweetZcurlZSweetZcurlZ Registered Users Posts: 20
    Poo:Komaza Califia
    DC: Honey, Coconut oil, and Condish
    Leave in:Komaza Califa
    Sealant: Komaza Moku butter
    Condish:Trader's Joe Tree Tingle, YTC
    Protective stlyes:Flat twist out, Buns, Braid Out Updos
    Treatments: Protein, Henna
    Current length: SL
    Hair goal: Healthy full Hair but Length would nice
    Transitioning Since: Dec 25 2009
    BC?!?!?!?!? I dunno Maybe never
    Fotki: http://public.fotki.com/MonnyD/

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