Need a lighter, less moisturizing conditioner??

Hi again! In my quest to determine if my hair is overconditioned, I thought I might try a lighter or less moisturizing conditioner for a rinse-out. I have been using AOWC or AOHR, which I think are pretty heavily moisturizing (especially the AOHR!! very thick and rich). I have some [buylink=]Jessicurl Aloeba[/buylink] on the way, which I think is a little lighter. I was also about to do a run to Sally's, which I just found out is right around the corner from my office here! I don't think my hair has been liking the different Suave co-washes I have tried, and I found the [buylink=]Deva one condition[/buylink] a little drying. Perhaps a Giovanni conditioner? Any recommendations would be very welcome!!
Hair type: 2b, wavy/curly, color treated, fine texture but high density
Modified CG since 6/14/09
Products currently rotating: Organic soap bars, ACV rinse, KBB milk, Fuzzy duck gel, BB Gelee, KCCC, Komaza curl pudding, Goddess Glaze, Mop Top shampoo and condish, Gelatine Goo, Burt's Bees More Moisture condish.
I think my hair likes protein!!


  • OperaCurlsOperaCurls Registered Users Posts: 1,101
    The Giovanni Direct Leave-In is very light and would work just fine as a rinse-out. I like the Giovanni 50:50 Balancing Conditioner as well; it's thicker and richer than the Direct, but I can use it as a leave-in on my very fine curls without weighing them down. Both are pretty good at detangling, too. (I cut my own hair)
    Pacific Northwest girl, color-treated fine 3B, med-low porosity

    Products: Suave Coconut condish, Giovanni Direct Leave-In, FSG or KCCC, AfroVeda Shea-Amla Cream

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