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I won on Curly Hair Solutions FB contest!

Yay!

I have really been wanting to try Curl Keeper and the Treatment Shampoo too, and today I won a 40 percent off coupon on their FB page for their Oscar Trivia contest. I was so super excited and had to definitely share here.

I was also thinking of getting a bone comb. For those of you who have used products from Curl Solutions, which are your favorites?
3a/3b & fine
CG since 3/2010
Low sulphate shampoo once a week:
Elucence Moisture Benefits Shampoo

Rinse Out Conditioner - used only when needed - Elucence Moisture Benefits, & KCKT

Leave-in - used only when needed - KCKT

Co-wash- Elucence Moisture Benefits Conditioner (about 1-2 a week).

Stylers: KCKT, Eco-Styler Gel, AG:Recoil, FSG.

Styling: Raking and smoothing product throughout hair and then the Super Soaker Method without the Denman.

Comments

  • gardencurlsgardencurls Posts: 573Registered Users
    CONGRATS! Winning stuff is the best.:blob2:

    I like Tweek, a lot.
    3b/c, Coarse, Low Porosity, Desert Climate
    CG since August 2011/Occasionally Minimally Modified since 2013
    Favorites: Beautiful Nutrition Cocoa Curl Cleansing Conditioner, Beautiful Nutrition Cocoa Curl High Definition Moisture Gel, Beautiful Nutrition UltraLight Lime Jel Control Serum, Beautiful Nutrition Lemon Rinse Clarifying Treatment
  • greekgoddessgreekgoddess Posts: 459Registered Users
    Thank you so very much. I was so super excited!
    3a/3b & fine
    CG since 3/2010
    Low sulphate shampoo once a week:
    Elucence Moisture Benefits Shampoo

    Rinse Out Conditioner - used only when needed - Elucence Moisture Benefits, & KCKT

    Leave-in - used only when needed - KCKT

    Co-wash- Elucence Moisture Benefits Conditioner (about 1-2 a week).

    Stylers: KCKT, Eco-Styler Gel, AG:Recoil, FSG.

    Styling: Raking and smoothing product throughout hair and then the Super Soaker Method without the Denman.
  • Corrina777Corrina777 Posts: 3,193Registered Users
    Congrats!!

    I haven't tried a lot of their products, but Curl Keeper has become one of my HG styling products. When I ordered Curl Keeper I also ordered the Treatment Shampoo (yes, it has sulphates) and the Pure Silk Protein. I love the Treatment Shampoo because it leaves my hair feeling much nicer than a lot of the low-poos I've tried (I'm still on the fence about CG/modified CG/non-CG). I use it once a week before my PT/DT. The Pure Silk Protein claims to be very moisturizing, but it didn't feel like it when I tried it. My hair loves protein, but I still need to add extra moisture. I get great results mixing it with a regular conditioner like TN or GFTN, but I didn't like it alone (part of that could be because it has absolutely no slip).
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
    3a/f/iii
    Modified CG since 11/5/11
    CLEANSE: CJ Daily Fix, DevaCare No-Poo, CHS Treatment Shampoo
    RO: SS Caitlin's Conditioner, CJ Beauticurls Strengthening
    LI: SS Repairing Protein Treatment, CHS Silk Leave-In
    STYLE: Re:Coil, Curl Keeper, Deva Ultra Defining Gel, Curls Rock Amplifier,Sweet Curls Elixirs Okra Gel and Hard Hold Gel, SS Curl Enhancing Jelly and Firm Hold Gel
  • greekgoddessgreekgoddess Posts: 459Registered Users
    Corrina77 - Thank you so much....The one product I have really wanted to try is CK, and I have been wanting to throw in a sulphate shampoo in my routine as I can't do co-washing so I have been doing low-sulphate shampoos, and my hair I think needs a sulphate every now and then. I had actually posted a question about which sulphate shampoo people use a couple days ago, and one of the responses was for the Treatment shampoo.

    Thanks again!
    3a/3b & fine
    CG since 3/2010
    Low sulphate shampoo once a week:
    Elucence Moisture Benefits Shampoo

    Rinse Out Conditioner - used only when needed - Elucence Moisture Benefits, & KCKT

    Leave-in - used only when needed - KCKT

    Co-wash- Elucence Moisture Benefits Conditioner (about 1-2 a week).

    Stylers: KCKT, Eco-Styler Gel, AG:Recoil, FSG.

    Styling: Raking and smoothing product throughout hair and then the Super Soaker Method without the Denman.
  • MyrnaMyrna Posts: 2,332Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Congratulations!

    I have been experimenting with the small bottle of Curl Keeper. Long story short: I ordered the larger bottle because my curls are great. I use it with Biotera GLAZE - not the gel - and I get great bouncy, shiny curls. I am not CG. Another "bonus" is that you can "fix" your hair without it frizzing, you know, adjust the spots that are not quite right. I just give my hair a spritz of lavendar water, add a bit of the CK and its great. Also nice to have simplified my routine.
  • SegBSegB Posts: 692Registered Users
    I really like the Slip Detangler...Melts any knots I have and is light!
    2b/3a, normal/high porosity, fine/medium texture, medium density, low elasticity

    Low Poo- Tigi Colour Goddess, Giovanni 50:50, Giovanni TTT (clarify 1X/week)
    Condish- CJ Curl Rehab, Giovanni 50:50, Giovanni TTT
    Leave In- Slip Detangler, KCKT, Redken Curl Refiner
    Style- KCCC, SS CEJ, SS FHG
    Treatment- CJ Repair Me! and CJ CR

    Dislikes: Too much protein, high glycerin content, and heavy oils
  • GretchenGretchen Administrator Posts: 8,470Administrators, Moderators Administrator
    Congratulations! I love Curl Keeper!

    Gretchen
    NaturallyCurly.com co-founder
    3A

    You are beautiful!
  • greekgoddessgreekgoddess Posts: 459Registered Users
    Thanks so much everyone. Definitely going to have to try the Curl Keeper. Have any of you experimented with the Bone Comb? I know that Calamity uses one....
    3a/3b & fine
    CG since 3/2010
    Low sulphate shampoo once a week:
    Elucence Moisture Benefits Shampoo

    Rinse Out Conditioner - used only when needed - Elucence Moisture Benefits, & KCKT

    Leave-in - used only when needed - KCKT

    Co-wash- Elucence Moisture Benefits Conditioner (about 1-2 a week).

    Stylers: KCKT, Eco-Styler Gel, AG:Recoil, FSG.

    Styling: Raking and smoothing product throughout hair and then the Super Soaker Method without the Denman.