JunyJu Curl Neophyte

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  • Thanks guys! I was so conflicted. I've had the CG method beat into my head so much that I felt guilty using it, but I love how soft and defined it makes my curls, it smells SO good, and my curls last forever. Plus, it's a cowash and a leave-in, so I…
  • I recently purchased their Coconut Milk line for thick, curly hair. I love the smell, and the price, and the fact that a little goes a long way in terms of their conditioner. I have been able to use it as a leave-in, and my hair is very moisturized.…
  • Felicia.Berr wrote: » Is by far one of the best products I've tried. In my opionion its more moisturizing than shea moisture but less greasy. Its hard to explain. I have 3b/3c hair & I can do a wash and go with this product alone. It smells li…
  • I'm on Day 4 now with my usual volume, but highly unusual definition! My hair is so soft and fluffy and I couldn't be happier. I also wanted to add that any curlies feeling 'trapped' with Deva who have type 3b/3c, medium texture curls, or anyon…
  • @Curlyannie80 and MsSoftee, You're both too kind! Thank you, and I promise it doesn't go to my head! I get compliments and for the life of me all I can see is my frizzy spots :laughing9: My sister always tugs me out of the bathroom when we're going …
  • During the summer I can get away with just conditioner as a leave-in and gel, but during the winter I have to add an actual leave-in too, and I usually use an oil as well. And then, of course, I diffuse. It's already snowing in some parts of Colorad…
  • I've given up on types, but I'm 75% sure I'm a 3b/3c! This was week before my cut. Apparently I've not taken any selfies since my cut, even though I love it!
  • @Addee and @Curlista93, I totally understand! That's why I made sure to mention the high protein content, because I know for some curlies, it's a deal breaker! The smell is also something that I wasn't entirely fond of, but when I switched my gel…
  • Shipping to 80920 for the Rock Hard Gelee and Jelly Soft Curls? Also interested in the Curl Maker if that one doesn't get sold to someone else!
  • I use SuperCream too, and it is an excellent styler and works fabulously alone. Unfortunately for me, the weather here has been insanely humid, and about a month ago I had to start using a gel again to keep my definition. I am moving to a drier c…
  • I got a lot of buildup using Deva. My hair always felt filmy, though defined and bouncy. My mom said it felt like I had chalk on my hair, and I agree. I had ignored it because - hello! Definition! However, for such an expensive product, I recently d…
  • I just got into the JBCO line and I LOVE it! Wonderfully moisturizing, but not as heavy or as greasy (for me) as the Coconut and Hibiscus line was. The leave-in is runny, so I was worried it wouldn't work, but it was fantastic. I personally haven't …
  • Type: 3c/3b (multicultural) Porosity: High. Density: High. Strands: Medium to fine in some areas. Fave Product: Shea Moisture JBCO line Worst Product: Cantu anything Location: East coast US, moving to Midwestern US
  • I agree with the above. If I have an immediately noticeable bad reaction, I tend to let it go. Although it is true that some disliked products can actually work with a bit of tweaking, some results are instant no-go's for me. For example, both Ki…
  • I have 3c/3b (multicultural), high porosity and high density curls. :occasion9: Shampoo/No-Poo: DevaCurl Decadence No-Poo, Curls Unleashed Coconut & Rosemary Sulfate-Free Shampoo. Conditioner: SheaMoisture JBCO conditioner Stylers: Spir…
  • @Curlista93, I skipped my DC last week, so this was a perfect test time! My hair was dry and fairly limp last week even after a good cleansing without my DC. @curlypearl, My curls were unusually limp, and very dry. I have high porosity hair…
  • I hope I don't contradict myself too much, but I'm going to say two things: 1) determine if it's REALLY working vs. whether you just haven't gotten better results from something else yet, and 2) trust your hair. 1) Is it REALLY working that well?…
  • Ok, so! A bit of an unexpected change of plans. I went to Walgreen's, checked out the Dippity-Do things, and realized immediately they wouldn't work. The conditioner was light, and to be honest, would have been okay, but I didn't see anything spe…
  • Hi Katina! I had my curls dyed blonde in March and it was fine, up to now. Suddenly my products aren't working, my hair is drier than usual, very frizzy, sheds a lot and is difficut to detangle. I have changed nothing since that day, and I'm a li…
  • For the Miss Jessie's Products, would you take $15 +shipping? For whatever you'd be willing to give for that. I'm interested in all of them (really wanna try!). Let me know what you think; I'm willing to negotiate
  • 1. Product I'm never using again? Cantu Hair Masque, the Carol's Daughter Black Vanilla Line, and the L.A. Looks Sport Hold Gel. The Cantu one had so many negatives for my hair that I'm completely positive about not buying it again :thumbdown:, and …
  • NYCgirl wrote: » JunyJu wrote: » NYCgirl wrote: » Cantu Coconut Curling Cream is my preferred cream styler....when I use a cream, that is. I've seen that one in store! I'll go peek at it again, but to be honest, after my bad experie…
  • Hi! My name is Junysia and I love touching my curls. :laughing9: I used to actually rarely ever touch my hair when it was damaged, but oh my GOODNESS! Now that it's healthy, I can't stop touching my boingy, sproingy corkscrews! I keep pulling the…
  • @macher I'm considering trying out the original! But I really want to find something cheaper. I asked a rep of theirs and they said I could try the original, but because my hair is so curly they said it probably won't work as well for me. And …
  • Glamourstruckk wrote: » I'd heard Tresemme naturals compared to the deva one condition. Since naturals is discontinued, maybe give Tresemme Botanique a try. I used to condition and style my twist outs with Tresemme conditioners so it can act as…
  • macher wrote: » JunyJu wrote: » macher wrote: » I don't recall Deva Curl having a Deva Care line. Yeah, they never really showed it much in packages or anything. I found out about it last summer at my first Dev…
  • macher wrote: » JunyJu wrote: » They discontinued their DevaCare line. I'm not really a fan of their other lines I don't recall Deva Curl having a Deva Care line. Yeah, they never really showed it much in packages or anyth…
  • Sopott wrote: » I use this DC bi-weekly, and it works fine for me. I agree that it is difficult to distribute evenly. It doesn't have enough slip to detangle, so I use a conditioner first, and then the DC. Hope that helps That's a good way …
  • They discontinued their DevaCare line. I'm not really a fan of their other lines