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    Default Re: WCC, or conditioning twice post wash!

    Quote Originally Posted by pisinoe View Post
    Since I ‘clarify’ twice a week by using dandruff shampoo (T-Gel for dry hair) I think it should be okay. Just updated my profile pic with my results! It was in a ponytail all day but still looks sooo much better than the poodle dry head I had prior. I’m kinda a bit excited to go back to silicone products because I really want the smoothness and ‘moisture’ to stay in my length this time
    Ooooh, I can't wait!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lapushka View Post
    Ooooh, I can't wait!
    Do you think there’s a difference between masks and conditioners? I’m about to pick up the conditioner and mask from three different ranges but not sure if one’s better or not...

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    Default Re: WCC, or conditioning twice post wash!

    Quote Originally Posted by pisinoe View Post
    Do you think there’s a difference between masks and conditioners? I’m about to pick up the conditioner and mask from three different ranges but not sure if one’s better or not...
    What exactly are you going to pick up? Depends on the products.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lapushka View Post
    What exactly are you going to pick up? Depends on the products.
    Elsève Total Repair 5, Pantene Repair and Herbal Essences Coconut Milk - the conditioners and masks from those respective ranges. I probably only need one of each and not both but not sure if one is better or there’s no difference. Then the Ultimate Repair spray from Gliss Kur and Pantene Dry Oil for LCO.

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    Default Re: WCC, or conditioning twice post wash!

    Quote Originally Posted by pisinoe View Post
    Elsève Total Repair 5, Pantene Repair and Herbal Essences Coconut Milk - the conditioners and masks from those respective ranges. I probably only need one of each and not both but not sure if one is better or there’s no difference. Then the Ultimate Repair spray from Gliss Kur and Pantene Dry Oil for LCO.
    I have heard good things about the Total Repair 5 line, and you can't go wrong with Pantene or HE or Gliss Kur / Schwarzkopf. I think it's all good!
    WCC method (washing) --- Rinse-out oil (MO) --- LOC/LCO method (styling)

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    Default Re: WCC, or conditioning twice post wash!

    Quote Originally Posted by lapushka View Post
    I have heard good things about the Total Repair 5 line, and you can't go wrong with Pantene or HE or Gliss Kur / Schwarzkopf. I think it's all good!
    Thank god! Do you think I should go for the masks or conditioners? Or both... The ingredients look quite the same but I have no idea...!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pisinoe View Post
    Thank god! Do you think I should go for the masks or conditioners? Or both... The ingredients look quite the same but I have no idea...!
    For the total 5 I would go with the mask. For sure. The rest I think the conditioners will do just fine.
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    I've tried this double conditioning idea a few times now, and I have to say when I do it, NO tangles. Such a simple idea and such a great result. I'll definitely be keeping it up.

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    Default Re: WCC, or conditioning twice post wash!

    Quote Originally Posted by LillyBlossom View Post
    I've tried this double conditioning idea a few times now, and I have to say when I do it, NO tangles. Such a simple idea and such a great result. I'll definitely be keeping it up.
    I'm glad it works! And best of all: no tangles; we all want that!
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    Default Re: WCC, or conditioning twice post wash!

    Have you ever tried using the HE HH twice lapushka? I'm trying to find a conditioner that goes well with it but if I don't, idk if results would be as good, and WCC is working really well for me so I'd have to keep searching.
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