I need a clear definition

xkmichellexkmichelle Registered Users Posts: 8
What is slip exactly? Because I'm going on 3 years natural and I still don't understand clearly.
Do I need to have it?
If so, how do I attain it?

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  • ricotdorothyricotdorothy Registered Users Posts: 436
    xkmichelle wrote: »
    What is slip exactly? Because I'm going on 3 years natural and I still don't understand clearly.
    Do I need to have it?
    If so, how do I attain it?

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  • coracora Registered Users Posts: 456
    Slip isn't a quality of your hair, it is a quality of a product (usually conditioner). It stands for how slippery the product is, thus how easily it can glide through your hair which usually makes it easier for you to detangle your hair.
  • Alice_42 Alice_42 Registered Users Posts: 791 Curl Neophyte
    cora wrote: »
    Slip isn't a quality of your hair, it is a quality of a product (usually conditioner). It stands for how slippery the product is, thus how easily it can glide through your hair which usually makes it easier for you to detangle your hair.

    And 9 times out of 10 it's only used with rinse out conditioners and co-wash conditioners.
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