Ramen noodle curls

Curlee QCurlee Q Registered Users Posts: 523
I been experimenting with some products so my hair will not feel so dry after it has dried. However I am getting little ramen noodle curls. I usually apply my hair product soaking wet. Has anyone found that curls clump better if applied damp versus soaking wet? Thanks for the help. :D
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  • jazzijenni81jazzijenni81 Registered Users Posts: 529
    soaking wet hair gives me spaghetti curls. after i shower, i lotion up, get organized, then apply products. my hair is still wet, but not soaking!
    loose 4a, silky meets cottony
    routine: co-wash, add leave in or plain water, shake & go
    staples: elucence poo & conditioners, V05 & suave naturals, jessicurl too shea, AO.
  • Curlee QCurlee Q Registered Users Posts: 523
    Thanks for the info. I squeezed excess water out of my hair today and my curls clumped together much better. Im gonna try that method of waiting a little bit before adding products so I get more well clumped curls. Thanks for the help :D
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  • kandesnbkandesnb Registered Users Posts: 161
    Ramen noodle curls?? LOL I have been getting those too lately. But, I'm opposite, when I apply products onto damp hair, I get stringy curls. If I apply products soaking wet and don't touch while it's drying, I get great clumps.
    Yooooo! ;-) Coily and Springy 3c!
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