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Question on how to use Aphogee 2-minute reconstructor

The instructions say to shampoo, towel dry, then apply the product. Do I have to wait for my hair to dry before application?

I bought this stuff today as I think my moisture-protein balance has gotten out of whack. Hope it works :)
2a/b, coarse, high density
no idea on porosity
protein & oil-sensitive
giving CG another go as of July 2009
(previously on modified CG)

Current Experiment:
Co-wash - Biolage Conditioning Balm, Suave Naturals Wild Cherry Blossom
Rinse-out - Biolage Conditioning Balm, AOHR
Leave-in - Biolage Conditioning Balm, JCS Nourish & Shine
Style - Deva Arc Angell, KCCC
DT - condish/avg/honey mix, Ojon RHT


Comments

  • bambiibambii Posts: 28Registered Users
    You dont have to wait until it is completely dry. I usually just pat my hair with the towel while in the shower and apply it while damp
    Transitioning since Sep 17 2009
    BC Due Date: Jam 30 2010
    Oct 24 2009 - made henna and put in freezer for the day of my bc .. yes i know .. i prepare well in advance
  • jlpmom23jlpmom23 Posts: 755Registered Users
    Does the 2 minute have the same horrid smell as the 2 Step treatment? I am really interested in trying it, but I can't bear the smell if it is the same!
  • bambiibambii Posts: 28Registered Users
    jlpmom23 wrote: »
    Does the 2 minute have the same horrid smell as the 2 Step treatment? I am really interested in trying it, but I can't bear the smell if it is the same!

    Lol no , it has a pleasant coconut-y smell
    Transitioning since Sep 17 2009
    BC Due Date: Jam 30 2010
    Oct 24 2009 - made henna and put in freezer for the day of my bc .. yes i know .. i prepare well in advance