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    Does V05 Moisture Milks Passionfruit Smoothie have cones? I don't know what to look for.

    Can you CO with a cone conditioner?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amaiaisabella View Post
    Does V05 Moisture Milks Passionfruit Smoothie have cones? I don't know what to look for.

    Can you CO with a cone conditioner?
    That particular conditioner isn't a cone.I would explain what is a cone or noncone when looking at the ingrediants,but truefully-I'm still learning myself .

    Some people do CO with cones,it all depends on your own hair.Try it with a noncone for the first C and for the second C,use a cone conditioner.That's just a suggestion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ilovemycop View Post
    That particular conditioner isn't a cone.I would explain what is a cone or noncone when looking at the ingrediants,but truefully-I'm still learning myself .
    Quote Originally Posted by ilovemycop View Post

    Some people do CO with cones,it all depends on your own hair.Try it with a noncone for the first C and for the second C,use a cone conditioner.That's just a suggestion.


    I don't understand. What do you mean, the second C? Should you not use the same conditioner every time you CO? Or do you mean using two conditioners when you CO? I just slathered it on, scrubbed in, and covered in a cap for a while before rinsing. Am I not doing it right?

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    There are several different ways on doing a CO.The only one I have ever done is a lighter weight C left on for 20-30 minutes,covered with a shower cap or baggie.Scrub and rinse.Then,a heavier C for the finish.Don't leave that on for nearly as long as the first C.Again-this is the way I do it.I also oil when drying.
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    Oh I see. Thank you for the explanation. The second conditioner, do you just put it in and rinse out quickly as in the traditional usage?

    I am concerned it would weigh down my fine hair though. I just did one round of conditioner last night and it's pretty soft, though I did put jojoba oil on it after.

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    I just use one conditioner. If using one works for you then I wouldn't worry about it!
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    Delenn do you just do one round, or after the big rinse do you do a second quick application? I was able to find the original article on CO and it doesn't mention a second round, just putting it in for a long time and then rinse.

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    Ooh thank you for the list!

    Could somebody please pick out a few from the list that are protein-free and possibly even available in canada? =)

    I use africa's best botanical conditioner (yay wal-mart!), which I THINK is cone free... I can't find anything ending in -cone, but I'm also too lazy to hunt down the cones with the different endings. It also definitely doesn't leave any sort of siliconey effect on my hair.. and it smells like fresh green apples.
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    All of Burt's Bee's conditioners are cone free, including the DT's.
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    Just an FYI my avalon biotin B-complex (and all their condishes) have cones in them i found this out when my ends tangle and I then looked at the bottle.
    Last edited by lora410; June 26th, 2008 at 02:24 PM.
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