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  • Oh wow, that's great to hear! My hair is already naturally kind of red, I just want it to be a more intense shade of red. Sent from my iPod touch using CurlTalk
  • Best one I've ever used was the ion bleach available at Sally's. Prior to that I've had bleach at the salon (awful), used clairol kaleidecolors (sp?) also awful, and high lift color (ok) but the ion bleach really seemed less damaging somehow, which …
  • I know, I've tried CG for months at a time but it just doesn't work for me. I've been back on sulfates and cones for a while but Pantene just works miracles on my hair! Sent from my iPod touch using CurlTalk
    in Pantene Comment by seamelody14 May 2014
  • Yeah, I feel like this is a pretty common attitude here. My hair is 2a right now but can get much wavier in the summer, 2b/c, and I like it a lot better when it's 2a. So much easier to manage. Don't get me wrong, I think curly hair is very pretty, b…
  • JessMess wrote: » My husband is from Canada and there are few "African Americans" there. He says dark skinned people are "Canadians" or "black". Really? What about dark-skinned people who aren't of African descent? Would he call Omar V…
  • I don't think it has a lot to do with texture, but rather condition. And the truth is, curly hair is much more likely to get frizzy/poofy/dry than straight hair. That's just reality. My guy friends usually swoon over a well kept head of wavy or curl…
  • Jaynee wrote: » spring1onu wrote: » Jaynee wrote: » Ya know, I always thought I liked camping because we went a lot when I was a kid and I loved it, but I've come to realize it's probably not my thing. I require running water, real toilet…
  • I used this last year and lost 10 pounds (my goal) like it was nothing! I previously was never successful with weight loss because of my bad cal/exercise tracking skills. Learned a lot about food, exercise, and calories from it too and have not gain…
  • BlackAngelPlayah wrote: » I'd love to have those measurements!! Well here's my fat a$$ measurements. Bust: 43 Waist: 34 Hips: 44 Sounds like SOMEBODY'S got a huge a$$. ...... But sadly, NO! LoL! My "goal", should I set one, would…
  • I noticed this too. I have type 2 hair that ranges from a very loose 2a to tight 2b of I don't do anything. With styling, I can get it to 3a but I just don't have the time nor do I really care. As long as its not frizzy, it's cool. But a lot of advi…
  • Anyone? Sent from my iPod touch using CurlTalk
  • Makes no difference to me at all. What does make a difference is how you use it. Rubbing and harsh handling will give me frizz, whether it's terrycloth, micro-fiber, or a t shirt. Sent from my iPod touch using CurlTalk
  • juanab wrote: » cubancurls wrote: » According to their website they changed their formula: they now use phytic acid as a chelating agent to remove hard water minerals. I can not find a list of the new ingredients anywhere. Does anyone have …
  • 1) Yes it happens, but that's what keeps the boards going. It would be pretty boring if no one posted and then I doubt there would be as many users. 2) that's why people list properties in their signatures. Sent from my iPod touch using Curl…
  • I just tried it, I don't know why I waited so long! I was afraid of it because I've tried (and hated) a lot of products that had it as an ingredient but alone it is AMAZING. It made my hair so soft, shiny, smooth, and it's amazing how much the tangl…
  • Yeah, it bothers me too. I'm in Boston, which is notoriously expensive, but even here most *very* high end salons charge about $100-$150 for a haircut, I mean these are the salons that charge $300 just to do highlights, so I think it's ridiculous th…
  • wavycurly40+ wrote: » seamelody14 wrote: » “It's unattractive when girls have potty mouths,” It's unnattractive when boys are sexist. "Teachers said they hoped that if the girls focused on cleaning up their speech on campus for a month, …
  • “It's unattractive when girls have potty mouths,” It's unnattractive when boys are sexist. "Teachers said they hoped that if the girls focused on cleaning up their speech on campus for a month, their improved manners would take hold and rub of…
  • I'm sorry this happened to you I feel like curly salons really specialize in cuts, because most color reviews I've heard are not very positive. It's like they do all this cut and style training, but many don't even seem to have amateur color knowle…
  • Jessiebanana wrote: » Also relaxing isn't just bad for hair, which is dead anyway so who really cares, it's also bad for you scalp. Relaxer is one of the harshest chemicals we accept as normal to put anywhere near our bodies. This. Look up …
  • MissJenna wrote: » If I were to relax my hair, I would not do it bone straight so I guess it won't be so damaging. Also, I will only straighten my hair about 4 times a month. The rest of the time, I will wash it, put some products and let it air d…
  • Funny, I was just thinking about using it as a DT. Now I'll have to try. Sent from my iPod touch using CurlTalk
  • DepressedCurls wrote: » Nope, i love my name. Clarissa Elise. Never even thought of changing it. Sent from my SPH-D710 using CurlTalk App That's such a lovely name!
  • Yeah, well not seriously because it would be too much work trying to get everyone to call me by a new name (some relatives still refer to me by my nickname from when I was 5), but I have definitely considered it. Even my parents did, lol. My mom won…
  • Other than curl pattern, I have the same hair properties as you. For some reason, my hair hates argan oil for sealing, it's great for oil treatments and as an ingredient, but it seems to be the one oil that will guarantee dull, stringy hair for me i…
  • It looks great! Off topic- what nail polish is that? I love it.
  • Yeah, unfortunately I'm pretty sure this is online only A good on-the-ground option is Shea Moisture.
  • But it's not like a website, where you can simply browse through the products. Maybe I'm just Facebook inept (actually I know I am, lol) but I find it difficult to look for specific information. Just my opinion, not a Facebook fan. To each their own
  • Also wanted to add, since you already have a loose curl pattern, if you are really set on making it straighter/smoother, consider a BKT. Much less (if any) damage, and not permanent.
  • SpiralSpunk wrote: » Jessiebanana wrote: » seamelody14 wrote: » I'm totally with you on that. I don't know if it's just me, but I HATE Facebook. I neglect mine entirely as it is, and it's one thing for a business to have a Facebook page …