Why are some silicones worse than others?

Is it because some are harder to get out of your hair? I thought they all needed sulfates to get out?

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  • emmêleremmêler Registered Users Posts: 137
    from what i've learned, most 'cones need some sort of sulfate to remove, but not all. some, like dimethocone, are water soluble.
  • Riot CrrlRiot Crrl Registered Users Posts: 3,135
    emmêler wrote: »
    from what i've learned, most 'cones need some sort of sulfate to remove, but not all. some, like dimethocone, are water soluble.

    No, dimethicone isn't.

    Here's a list of some of them and what they should be soluble in. http://www.naturallycurly.com/curly-q-a/whats-the-scoop-on-silicones
  • emmêleremmêler Registered Users Posts: 137
    duly noted!

    i wish i could remember where i read that. but all the 'cones and 'xanes blur together and it's generally easier to avoid them entirely.

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