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Is Devachan really worth it?

Bx CG2BBx CG2B Posts: 3Registered Users
I'm debating whether or not to make an appointment for a regular CO wash and some techniques on how to cleanse/style my hair. Is going to the Devachan salon really worth it? Any good/bad experiences? Thanks!!!
I think I'm a 3C (definitely a Corkscrew), currently on Devacurl products (although I cheated for a few weeks). Highly recommend Angell and baking soda rinses. Transitioning since January '05.

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  • LadydncingLadydncing Posts: 964Registered Users
    Bx CG2B wrote:
    I'm debating whether or not to make an appointment for a regular CO wash and some techniques on how to cleanse/style my hair. Is going to the Devachan salon really worth it? Any good/bad experiences? Thanks!!!

    If this also includes a haircut, I would say yes. However, I think I got more information on how to cleanse and style from here than I did in one sitting at Devachan.
    I learned even more from trial and error. Carlos from Devachan taught me how to use the clips and I wasn't really able to quite duplicate them. I think one of the curlies (Selfcurledgirl) just went for a cleansing and style. At that time, it was about $50-60. I've had very good experiences. Good luck and keep us posted. :)
    Maya
    3b/c CG routine
    HG line DevaCurl
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