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post #41 of 44 Old 04-16-2013, 11:00 PM
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I agree! I forgot about the "it's a 10" leave in, good stuff!
The Sexy Hair products are what I use when I do style my hair(not very often) but I do use the "spray and play" spray for a quick up-do between washes. I have fine hair so it does get greasy and limp fast. But I still only wash about 2-3, 4 times at the most a week. I have found the less you wash and touch your hair through the day the less oily it becomes with time.
I love Redken! I have been using the All Soft for years, I don't color my hair otherwise it would most likely dilute your color. But I have heard good things about Color Extend like Beau uses.

Something else to consider, when using salon quality products you do not need a whole lot to get the job done. The initial price may be hard to swallow but the product lasts quite a while making the money well worth it and having better hair as a result.

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post #42 of 44 Old 04-17-2013, 09:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Horsequeen08 View Post
Haha think it would help a suppppeerrr dandruff-y Arab? I can't seem to get her mane and tail not flakey. It really kind of grosses me out.........

I never knew the PH was the problem with my head. Never even crossed my mind one Tonight I spent a long time massaging the shampoo into my scalp. It is still wet right now so we will see in the morning how much it helped the dandruff. I also lathered in the conditioner for quite awhile and let it sit on my hair for 5 min before rinsing. Like I said it is still really wet, but it feels sooooooo smooth right now, which i take as a good sign.

What are your thoughts on tea tree oil? I used a lavander tea tree once and loved it. It made my hair the softest it's ever been. Its just so pricey I haven't gotten it again.
For your mare, give her a scalp treatment. find a brush like this:

and scrap the 'scalp' area of her mane. Make three strokes then brush all the wyay through. Afterway you should shampoo her afterward but it is not necessary. My mare loves the feeling when I do it!

As for tea tree, I haven't used any yet, however, I do use occasionally, and forgot to mention, I do use this occasionally:

It really opens the poors on my scalp and feels 'truly' clean. but it is NOT a daily treatment
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post #43 of 44 Old 04-17-2013, 09:07 PM
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^sorry for all the typos etc -- I'm very dyslexic today . . .or just tired...
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I'll try that with my mare. I hate all the flakes that come off it is so gross. What about me 'losing' hair? When I'm in the shower i'll run my fingers through it and hair comes out. Not like huge chunks, just like a strand here and there, but enough to make a (sorry this is kinda gross) a tiny hair ball when I'm done. Is that........bad? It doesn't really bother me, I'm just curious about it.

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