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Less is more for fine hair?

sKorpio1190sKorpio1190 Posts: 1,862Registered Users Curl Neophyte
Would it be possible that products with less ingredients would be better for fine hair? Just wondering because I like CK and it only has a few ingredients (and an ACV rinse cleaned my hair well) so I'm curious if my hair just gets overwhelmed easily with too many ingredients. 9/10 products are too heavy for my hair, so I'm curious to see if it would be better to use products with few ingredients. Or, natural, one-ingredient products such as coconut oil for a DT. I hope my hair is into simple things like me :D
Medium texture, normal porosity, normal elasticity :shock:

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  • JulesonlineJulesonline Posts: 444Registered Users
    Well, I know that heavier products will tend to weight fine hair down. I don't know if it is the number of ingredients or the presence heavier emollients in a product that would lead to hair being weighted down.
    JulesOnline
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
    3A/B? A corkicelli mix of ringlets, spirals, helixes & s-shaped curls
    Medium-fine texture, normal porosity, normal elasticity


    Summer: pink; Winter: Blue; Year Round: green
    Lo-Poo:Giovanni SAS sulfate free poo, L'Oreal Evercream CC
    Co-wash: TNRV, VO5 Vanilla Mint Tea, TNNM
    RO/LI:
    YTC, Nexxus Hydra-light w/ CNPF GVPCB, Biolage CB, TNNM, Giovanni SAS
    Styler: KCCC FSG, BRHG, LALSG



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