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Here are some of the questions I get asked the most, and what my answers have been. This way you can get your answers immediately, without having to wait on me. And you never know, you might find answers to a few questions you didn't even know you had yet.

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Question:
What's the Difference Between a Rinsing Conditioner and a Combing Conditioner?
Answer:
Rinsing conditioners are watery, so they rinse out pretty easily. They will also help prevent any build up caused from rinsing out and then putting in products with the exact same ingredients. I recommend rinsers with different main ingredients from the combing conditioners. I like getting a fresh start.

The combing conditioners are very thick and slippery. They rinse out, but not as quickly. Many of them contain very slippery ingredients that I love to comb with, but would take longer to rinse them out of my hair. Plus they are thick, almost paste-like, so they are not as easy to get in and get out of your hair like the watery conditioners. Plus they are hard to work into your hair to help grab and rinse away any extra dirt and oils. Also, I'm much pickier about the ingredients for combing conditioners since I leave these in my hair.

On the other hand, the watery rinsing conditioners don't have much to them. You might be able to comb them in, but when they dry, I know my hair would puff up again, because the rinsing conditioners are little more than water with some light ingredients thrown in. For very curly hair, we need heavy duty stuff to stay in. Not wimpy colored water as many of the rinsing conditioners are.
 

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