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My conditioner shows DX

ultracurlzultracurlz Posts: 212Registered Users
So I know at least one of you curly's has gone out and happen to notice about half way through the day that you have a little white clump of conditioner sticking around in the back of your hair that didn't quite soak in the way it should have....

This happens to me a lot and I don't think it's really the conditioners fault. Is there something I can do to sort of... dissolve it better or something? it ends to collect at the ends of my hair in the back.

And while your at it, if you have any ideas on how I can make the back of my head less fuzzy looking in the morning so I don't have to get it wet and then walk out into the cold, please tell me XD

I don't want my hair to freeze like last year >.>
3C/4A mix (Seriously it's all over the place)
Hair is kinda fine and kinda thick.
Super short, I'd like definition but styling products don't like me

Profile pic taken the February 2015
Chopped off (was shoulder length) November 2014


  • honeysweet20honeysweet20 Posts: 361Registered Users
    sometimes smoothing through the hair strands help, not raking the product through, but simply smoothing it through to the end of your hair strands with your fingers and gathering the excess conditioner off, if that makes sense.

    Your hair is gorgeous by the way:cyclopsani:
  • anonymous_127430anonymous_127430 Posts: 16Registered Users
    It depends what conditioner your using. Also that seems to happen to wash and go type of people but I am unsure if you do that. That never really happens to me, because I make sure to rake it or smooth it out, and use my fingers to gently scrub the scalp alittle to make sure it comes off too.

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