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These are products that I am currently using on my hair.

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Grease

Yeah, I've heard about the bad results from using grease but I still use it. Always have and I have always had long hair (bra strap length). Maybe when I get back to bra strap length and if it appears I'm not going to make my goal of waist length, I'll stop using grease:)

3/27/08: Have been oiling scalp with coconut oil for the past month. I LOVE coconut oil! What would natural life be without coconuts?

4/3/08: so I was wondering why my hair had become dull looking. Figured it out. When I oiled my scalp with the coconut oil and applied the KCCC to style my wet hair, the coconut oil melted down onto my hair strands coating them and giving them a dull look when it mixed with the KCCC. Oh, well, back to grease:) Still love coconut oil though, just wont use like I had been!

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  • 5 years 10 months ago
    I noticed when I put coconut oil on my scalp that it would cause me to itch like crazy. That doesn't happen when I use grease. So I stick with the coconut oil in my concoctions and only on my hair strands.
  • 6 years 7 months ago
    i stopped greasing my scalp to and started just putting a lttle bit of oil ON my hair but then my scalp started to get really dry and itchy and then i started greasin again especially with my braids in my scalp feels SOOOOO much better
  • Mahoganymami United States (Private)
    6 years 9 months ago
    thanks for your comments. my mom has been on my case to move away from some of the fotki recommendations for water based products and go back to good old grease. i'm still debating but appreciate the info.
  • 6 years 11 months ago
    My mom uses the Royal Crown stuff. Her hair is always nice and soft. Makes me tempted...
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    lol....use at your own risk:) Grease always softens my hair and I know this is contrary to FOTKI and hair law but I truly believe it helps with my hair growth. Go figure:)