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Its like a different language! Help me understand!!

I see everyone talking about CGs and devacuts! I have no idea what these are. Could someone please elaborate for me! :thumright:

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  • hopetocurlhopetocurl Posts: 1,280Registered Users
    http://www.naturallycurly.com/curltalk/showthread.php?t=14702

    The devacut is the cut described in said book.
    Currently, using JC HCC, Too Shea, CK and CCSS, RR or LOOB or MOP-C.
    CK is the one!!

    as of 6/17/10 - I have to add Joico!

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  • KitaraKitara Posts: 1,224Registered Users
    Your right, it IS a different language lol. I thought there was a sticky somewhere that had common acronyms, but I couldn't find it. The FAQ in the newbie post has a dead link.

    There should definitely be a newbie sticky because there are things that everyone talks about (acv rinse, brown sugar scrub, plopping, etc.), but it took me a really long time to figure them out. Some I still don't know.
  • alyssa_kalyssa_k Posts: 51Registered Users
    I don't know if this is the exact page you are referring to but it has tons of helpful abbreviations at the bottom.

    http://www.naturallycurly.com/faqs

    :smile:
    2cCiii
    Using: Testing new stuff :)
    :toothy6:
  • KitaraKitara Posts: 1,224Registered Users
    Oh good call. I'm going to put that in the feedback forum so someone will fix that link in the newbie section. Thanks!!
  • RawrSallyRawrSally Posts: 1,388Registered Users
    Oh, I know how you feel. I've been here about a month or so and I'm just now getting used to the terminology.
    The ones that are hardest to adjust to are the product abbreviations.
    They still get me.