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post #1 of 19 Old 03-03-2012, 11:19 PM Thread Starter
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Shine product that does not damage hair

I have just started using cowboy magic super shine after an unsuccessful run with show sheen.
With hopes that this won't damage my boys mane and tail,
What do you guys like for a shine/detangle product?

Anything that makes keeps him clean and easy to brush.
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post #2 of 19 Old 03-03-2012, 11:26 PM
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Show sheen worked good for me. My mare's tail was chewed off and daily sprays and brushings made it grow really fast
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post #4 of 19 Old 03-04-2012, 12:07 AM
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I use healthy haircare hair moisturizer on mine every day. No silicone, not damaging.

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Show sheen worked good for me. My mare's tail was chewed off and daily sprays and brushings made it grow really fast
Supposedly silicone products premote breakage. Which I'm obviously trying to avoid. You didn't find your mares tail to break easily?
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I actually started using human products. I went to Walmart and got Argan oil-like we use on our hair, but there is one for coarse hair........So far, I like it.

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I actually started using human products. I went to Walmart and got Argan oil-like we use on our hair, but there is one for coarse hair........So far, I like it.
Do you use that all over? Or just on the mane and tail? Does it create a greasey effect?
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No-just mane and tail. I supposed you could put it on a rag and wipe it on the body too if you wanted. I do not find it greasy at all use very little, and rub it in well, just like I do my own hair.

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No-just mane and tail. I supposed you could put it on a rag and wipe it on the body too if you wanted. I do not find it greasy at all use very little, and rub it in well, just like I do my own hair.
That sounds interesting. I will think about giving it a try.
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post #10 of 19 Old 03-04-2012, 09:53 AM
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We use coconut oil on manes and tails for conditioning. And pink lady spray for finishing touches. The only horse spray I routinely use is marigold by Equis.
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