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6 Alternatives to EcoStyler Gel for Slicking and Defining Natural Hair

• May 15, 2013

Many naturalistas and transitioners love them some EcoStyler gel. Green top, red top, clear, pink, white…the possibilities are endless. Except for me. Don’t get me wrong, EcoStyler is great at what it does. It will hold, slick, and define ’til Jesus comes back. Unfortunately, without the right combination of “softening” products or oils layered in, the gel hardens impossibly. And even with all that work, I still found myself having dry hair. What’s a gal to do when you need some hold, or want your edges slicked down for a puff or bun? Check out these 6 alternatives to EcoStyler Gel that wont dry out your hair…or your wallet.

 

If You’re A DIY-er:

 

DIY Fluffy Styling Cream

When I’m in the mood for whipping out my hand mixer, this is one of the first things I make. I love this cream, which my sister as affectionately dubbed “I Put That on Everything” (because you can, literally, put it on everything), because it provides touchably-soft hold, while infusing your hair with moisturizing and nourishing oils and butters. You can use any variation or combination of shea butter, cocoa butter, coconut oil, sweet almond oil, jojoba oil, olive oil, glycerin, apricot oil, grapeseed oil.…the list goes on. My mixture typically includes a base of shea butter and coconut oil, with jojoba, sweet almond, and vitamin E added in. For more information on whipping up your own fluffy styling cream, click here.

 

 

Flaxseed Custard

I know many of you have heard of flaxseed gel, but have you heard of flaxseed custard? I experimentally whipped some up about a month ago when I didn’t feel like going out to buy a styling product for my pending twist n’ curl. It’s a simple recipe really — a 3 to 1 ratio of flaxseed gel and shea butter. After cooking up a batch of flaxseed gel that’s still warm, melt down a few tablespooons of shea butter (feel free to add in your favorite oils — carrier or essential), and whip them together in a bowl with your hand mixer until a goopy custard forms. This DIY custard is great for moisture, softness, shine, and definition — and the shea butter kicks it up a notch from the standard flaxseed gel recipe. Unless you’re a pro DIYer or hair scientist who happens to have emulsifying agents on deck, I recommend only making enough to use on the day of. Otherwise, it will separate. And look yucky.

 

If You’re A Product Junkie:

Eden BodyWorks Coconut Shea Control Edge Glaze

I’ve become a huge fan of EBW recently. Eden BodyWorks won me over recently with their Coconut Shea Pudding Soufflé, beating out Camille Rose Naturals Almond Jai Twisting Butter for my favorite moisturizing/styling butter product. But I digress. The Coconut Shea Control Edge Glaze is the answer to my prayers, and everything I wanted Sof n’ Free’s Nothing But Mold and Hold Wax to be. If you’re looking to slick down your edges softly and with tons of sleekness, this product is for you. For wash n’ go’s, twist-outs, braid-outs, bantu knot-outs and more, this product provides great hold with plenty of shine, softness, and zero drying out. Although it’s only a 6oz jar for around $9, a tiny bit of Control Edge Glaze goes a long way. A tiny, tiny bit.

 

 

Beautiful Textures Curl Definer Styling Custard

A lot of naturalistas complain about this product. For the life of me, I don’t know why. I have nothing but good things to say about this stuff. It’s an affordable gel alternative that doesn’t dry out the hair, leave flakes, or turn the hair hard when you use it correctly. Based in water and aloe vera extract, and full of goodies like rosemary, vitamin E, coconut oil, shea butter, mango butter, and argan oil, the Beautiful Textures Curl Definer Styling Custard is a great product for reducing frizz, creating definition, and shine. At under $7 for a 15oz jar, this product is a great value for all it does. To prevent the flaking/buildup some naturalistas complain about, make sure to test your product mixes on the back of your hand, and only use a dime-sized amount per small section.

 

 

Nubian Heritage Indian Hemp and Tamanu Edge Taming Taffy

I’m cheap. And therefore, I like products that are capable of doing more than one thing — especially if I’m paying $10 or more. Luckily, I caught this product at CVS during a buy one, get one half-off sale, which was right up my alley (even though buy one, get one free would have been better). I initially purchased the taffy to show my edges some TLC, because I had been bunning a lot. But after playing with the product on a small section of hair, I was determined to use it to set my satin strip braidout one weekend. So I did. And it worked. Because it’s based in shea butter, coconut oil and glycerin, it plays well with other products and layers easily. It made my hair soft and super defined — not to mention the taffy is great for sealing in moisture. Even though it sales for around $12 for a 6oz jar, you’ll discover that a little goes a long way — for your edges and styling. Tip: this product works best on damp/wet hair (that goes for your edges, too).

 

Shea Moisture Coconut & Hibiscus Curling Soufflé

Move over, Curl Enhancing Smoothie (or at least just fall back for a second)! This sweet, sticky soufflé is a great alternative to your typical gel product. Notice that in my description, I included the word sticky — because well, it can be incredibly sticky if you go overboard. It’s based in agave, sugar cane and glycerin — all which can lead to sticky city if you’re too heavy handed. It has great hold and exceptional shine, and will leave hair touchably soft. For optimal results, use no more than a dime-sized amount on any given section. To balance out the stickiness, this product works best on damp to wet hair. It also mixes well with the Curl Enhancing Smoothie and the Curl and Style Milk from the Coconut & Hibiscus line. For around $11, the 12oz Curling Soufflé jar will last you a mighty long time.

What are some of your favorite alternatives to gel?

For more from Christina check out her blog, The Mane Objective. You can also find her on Instagram and Facebook.

About Christina Patrice

Born, raised, and living in Los Angeles, Christina is BGLH's resident transitioning expert and product junkie. In addition to loving all things hair, she is a fitness novice and advocate of wearing sandals year-round. For more information on transitioning, natural hair, and her own hair journey, visit maneobjective.com. Or, if you like pictures follow Christina on Instagram @maneobjective.

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mangomadness
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I use DIY Flax Seed Gel for styling my hair (braid outs, Bantu knot outs, etc) in the spring/summer. It’s super slippery and has a lovely, light hold.

If I add honey to my flax seed gel, it has enough hold for styling my hair into buns and puffs although I prefer Eco Styler Krystal Styling Gel for that purpose.

I’ve made DIY Flax Seed Custard before but it my hair hard. 🙁 It made a lovely body butter though.

msboogee
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I have that Nubian heritage but it seems as it wouldn’t penetrate well.….. I’m stuck on oyin products right now

Tisha
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I don’t typically use stylers, gellys, gels and whatnot but I really love mixing stuff and I may try the flaxseed custard…I may even try recipe #1 also.

Jessica
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I like using store bought aloe Vera gel… I’m not crafty or patient enough to make my own flax seed gel

Trace
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I love Taliah Wajid’s gel. The ingredients aren’t bad for a gel it has hold but doesn’t cause a crunch or dryness. It works great.

Lillian Mae
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I had the exact opposite experience with the TW gel! It did not work for me at all; left my hair stiff and dry-feeling.

No two heads are alike 🙂

Caramelcurls
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Curls Passion Fruit Curl Control Paste is the bomb! It has natural ingredients and gives a light hold. I may try the “fluffy styling cream” just because I have a hand mixer that I want to use!

Deb
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If you’re protein sensitive, check out La Bella Gel. It’s a bit hard to find but you can find it at some walgreens.

Terrika
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I love the definition the Beautiful Textures gives, but it left white residue, flakes. Any suggestions how to remedy this and correctly use product???

Kanin
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I like the Nubian Heritage taffy under the Green Ecostyler for shine and a softer but very effective hold for a bun. I also used this combo for a wash and go, which turned out nice.

If your scalp can handle it (mine is sensitive), Giovanni Tea Tree Triple Treat conditioner, topped with oil, can slick the hair back and define it a little. Don’t use too much or you will get flakes.

MsKat
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Like you, I wasn’t much fond of the Ecostyler gel on its own either. one day I saw posted in your blog recently, this recipe for a twist pudding: Curling Pudding or Twisting Cream – for definition and shine Ingredients (large batch): -1 tbsp castor oil -1/4 cup shea butter -1 1/4 cup your favorite gel Instructions: Whip the shea butter with the castor oil using a hand mixer (ideal) or a fork. Then mix in the gel thoroughly. Use to define curls or apply before twisting for hold or a defined twist-out. I didn’t want to make a whole… Read more »
Consuela
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I use to make my own kitchen koctail cream gel with the green Eco gel and added oils. It left my hair defined and witha great shine. I decided that I wanted the definition without the hold and nolonger use the gel. I now get definition and shine with a anti-frizz & shine serum; with little to know curl manipulating when it’s wet.

Tifinie
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I just posted about this in a Nashville naturals Facebook group. I have I guess 4c hair and I’m transitioning. Eco was leaving my hair dry and ashy looking. Until I put castor oil on underneath it. Now my hair is shiny and soft in my slicked bun.

mangomadness
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I apply castor oil under Eco Styler for buns and puffs too! It gives me great hold, softness and sheen. I love it!

Dabney
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The ecostyler gel got me through me though my inbtween stage and held up in humidity. I hated the sticky shea moisture. But i have made a really good shea butter that is close to yours. IC fantasia is the still better than eco styler.

jasmine
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you have got to try the produc by Curls, Passion Fruit Curl Control Paste! now That is legit! it gives the hold & slick of Jam, w/o any of the bad ingredients- no mineral oil, no parabens, no petroleums no silicones NO sulfates. & a delicious smell!
i have high density -coarse- 4a/b/c hair and this stuff is the bees knees!

jjac401
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When I purchased the Shea Moisture Curling Souffle I thought is was horrible. But now that I read this article I tried it this time using less on wet hair and adding the Curl Enhancing Smoothie over the top. It works great. It really controls the shrinkage on my hair and leaves it soft and shiny. This is going to be my process from now on!

Melly
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every time I use a cream based product with my eco gel, it makes all these white clumps! it looks terrible and its impossible to get out! I dont know what Im doing wrong, but maybe I can find something that will mix well with my other products.

ButterFlySoulFire
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I’m not a fan of Eco either. Nothing can hold like it but it dries my hair and causes loads of split ends. I prefer to use a flaxseed mix or Shea Moisture’s Gel.

cb
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I like my edges nappy!

Kai
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I found the Shea Moisture to be a great detangler/sealant in.the shower. Plus, with Ithe water from the shower you don’t have to worry about being heavy handed.

Carmen
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A great product to try is III Sisters Gelo (Three Sisters). It’s only $9.99 and makes your hair soft and shiny but at the same time gives great long lasting curl definition. It smells good too. They have a whole line of natural hair care products but the clear Gelo works best with my hair.

Pat
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Grease and water, gel does nothing for me as I have a loose pattern with slight definition. My mother and grandmother used grease and water on my damp natural hair growing up and it still works. I tried so many quote natural/organic products and gels, mousses and so on with less than stellar results. No more money wasting here!!

Coley
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Yep! My mom lol at all my products…she says “girl all u need is grease a and water, been using that on your hair for years.” Well I started back and she’s right! There is a culprit getting rich off of all my sistahs! Smh

Coley
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OMG! If my mom saw your comment, she would get in my face and say, “told ya!” When my mom saw all the products, she thought I had lost my mind. She said blue grease and water worked just fine and I (like most kids in the 70s) had the most beautiful mane ever as a kid.

Cassie
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What kind of grease?

Coley
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I use ultra sheen blue grease

Odee
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Yes. I have gone back to blue magic, only I add Vitamin E, Moroccan Oil, and very little coconut oil…hair went from nape of neck to shoulder top in six months…

sweetgumbolady
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Can you be more specific about “grease”? Are you talking about a petroleum-based pomade, something from the kitchen (?), or something else? I’m definitely past the product junkie phase, have made peace with my crazily asymmetrical short-medium growth pattern and am most interested in low-cost natural hair maintenance.

Sheila
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I need some help, fellow naturalistas. My problem is that my twist outs start great and defined, but as the day goes on my hair gets puffy, shrinks, and loses definition. I’ve been using a combo of eco styler and coconut oil, which leaves my hair soft but then I lose the definition. What can I use to get better, stiffer definition?

HELP!!!

Andreja
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Are you making sure your hair is fully dry? What yo are describing sounds to me like the hair isn’t fully dry.

elle
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This may help http://bglh-marketplace.com/2013/05/12-tips-for-longer-lasting-twists/

It’s really about twists, but I think some of it can be applied to twist outs.

Sheila
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I need some help, fellow naturalistas. My problem is that my twist outs start great and defined, but as the day goes on my hair gets puffy, shrinks, and loses definition. I’ve been using a combo of eco styler and coconut oil, which leaves my hair soft but then I lose the definition. What can I use to get better, stiffer definition?

PLEASE HELP ME!!!

Melanie
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If you’re not afraid to use silicones try something like proclaim gloss serum first after you wash your hair then eco gel then flat twist. When you unravel (hair has dried) use the coconut oil.

Jade
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You may be using too much coconut oil causing the hair to be overly oiled which will detriment definition. Try using a styler that advertises “hold” or “definition.” I personally use the Nubian Heritage Edge Taming Taffy mentioned in the article and it works wonders.

Sheila
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Thanks Jade this is helpful. I may have been so consumed with keeping my hair moist & oiled that I overcompensated. I didn’t realize oil interfered with definition. I may try this product but in the mean time I have to figure out what I can use that’s already in my product arsenal.

Carla
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I recently started using the Beautiful Textures Curl Definer Styling Custard and though its not rock hard it gives me hold for days with defined curls. My hair is on the softer side (though thick) so a regular leave in can slick my hair back, but this gives my hair more definition.

Pat
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@Sweetgumbolady, I use the petrolatum hairdressings just like I did growing up, there are many to choose from and some of my faves are by Softee. I just use a fingertip amount on damp hair and not daily.I certainly won’t suggest to others what to use but this works for me, like I shared before I bought all of these products which left my hair looking and feeling parched and lacking structure as well.I sometimes mix a little olive oil in the hairdressing jar to smooth it out some.

elle
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I love the Shea Moisture Curling Souffle! But, I’ve found that the it’s really not great at all at holding or defining. It is however the best product I have ever found for moisturizing. It’s true that a little goes a long way. I use it as a sealer, over my oil mix on wash day, and I will not have a need to add anything- NOT EVEN H2O- to my hair, all week long. It’s amazing stuff! A keeper!

Shell
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I use Fruit of the Earth’s Aloe Vera gel with a little bit of water to smooth down my hair and edges. Then wrap it up with a scarf to complete it for ten minutes. Works beautifully.

jay
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Something that tried and used was Loc-A-Fella Loc and Twist Gel. It gives a nice hold on the hair, lays it down and doesn’t flake when it dries. Found it at a local beauty supply.

Ang
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ORS Loc & Twist gel is great! It has coconut milk in it and isn’t drying. I use on damp hair and it holds really well, and the price is phenomenal- less than $4.

Ny Ny
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I just use water and my hands to slick my edges back. If I have to use a product I will use the OYN handmade pomade, but that’s once in a blue.

pinke
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Hi, i wanted u 2 know my experience so I copied a review I made May 5th, 2013 on amazon. Every time i used eco olive–whether just on my edges, an entire wash and go, or mixing it with oils or conditioners– It thinned my hair. I ended up with 3 bald spots in the middle of my head, and it made my edges thin. I kept using it b/c i was in denial, but ultimately it broke my hair. It was strange b/c i never saw hair fall out on my bed or in my brush, but then i… Read more »
Fabiola
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I’m sorry to you are going through that but the reality is that Eco styling gel is NOT natural. Look up the ingredients. I think many people think it is natural b/c so many natural women use it but that is not the case. As a matter of fact the majority of the products that were listed here are NOT natural. I wish you the best.

Melanie
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I luv Eco styler gel with Aragon Oil. I use As I Am Leave in conditioner as a leave in, then I add the Organic Shea Moisture Curling Souffle, the the Eco Styler gel on top. This is the best thing for my wash and go. Luv it!!! My hair does not fall out or break. I guess it just depends on our hair what works and what does not. My hair is left with a light crunch but is very moisturized. My curls “POP”. I have type 3 hair. I use the Organic Shea Moisture Coconut and Hibiscus styling… Read more »
Tiffany
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I have to admit, I have a love/hate relationship with Eco Styler gel. I’m in love with the Krystal version (I hated the smell of the olive oil & argan oil ones) & the way it will have your hair LAID! But I hated when I did wash n go’s, my hair would shrink to a twa & feel hard no matter how much oil or leave in I would use. Then one day while I was in my local BSS, I saw ViaNatural Conditioning Styling Gel with Green Tea Extracts. A 62 oz jar for $3. The product junkie… Read more »
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Meredith
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This post just goes to show you that products work differently for different people. I absolutely love Eco Styler Gel (the brown gel with the white lid). It’s the only gel in the Eco Styler line that doesn’t flake up nor get hard on my hair. It’s dirt cheap and works for my wash-n-go’s and twist outs…practically any hairstyle I like. I can’t say the same for other products. I’ve even tried Shea Moisture products — lots of other people love the line, but my hair doesn’t (AT ALL!) So I’ll stick with what works for me — the brown… Read more »
Leslie
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I was just on here to check out reviews about Eco Styler Gel, heard it was good. However, I got a huge shock! Meredith, you look almost exactly like me!!! I am very serious. I am searching for some family members, and you may be one of them. Please contact me! flower.lm47@gmail.com

Chaunta
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Just interested on knowing if Meredith and Leslie are related. That would be a beautiful natural hair story! Let us know!

NubianPrize
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I just tried THREE TIMES to use the Shea Moisture Curl Souffle & Curl Smoothie. First I gave my hair a steam treatment, then tried putting my hair in twists using the smoothie over the soufflé .I’d heard a lot of mixed “love it hate it” reviews but decided to try anyway. It didn’t really feel right, didn’t seem to penetrate my hair & took forever to start to dry but when it was just a little damp I put on a scarf & went to bed.. Next day the twists were shrunken & dry with a little greasy feel.… Read more »
Michelle
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Do you have low porosity hair? I read at Naturally Curly that low porosity hair typically responds better to milks and lighter products, and also typically does not respond well to proteins (the SM curl enhancing smoothie has protein in it). That could explain why it “sits” on your hair instead of moisturizing it. I’ve never used the soufflé but check and see if that has added proteins, too. Also, whenever I use the curl smoothie, I put KC Knot Today leave-in on first and it works for me. I just know that some people have great success with the… Read more »
Jessica
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Ive been out of my transition phase about 6 months and decided to stop doing rollersets and Im having a hard time finding the right products for my 3c/4a hair. I have no curl definition. Even when using the green eco styler gel, my ends are curled perfectly but my roots do their own thing. I cowash with Suave Moisture Replenish then let Organix coconut conditioner and coconut oil sit overnight, rinse them out in the morning put grapeseed oil and giovanni direct leave-in before applying the eco styler gel. I know thats a lot and I may be doing… Read more »
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Ann
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I wanted to know what product slicks hair back and makes it very stiff and hard immediately when applied- like hair spray, but its not a gel because gel curls my hair as soon as I put it on. I cant find anything ive tried JAM its too gready and doesnt hold my hair back my hair curls up and beezwax it turns white and doesn’t hold my hair back PLEASE HELP im really trying not to perm my hair out of frustration. I dont know how to handle my curly hair.

Talisa
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Can you post a pic of your hair and/or describe the texture? Your hair texture/type may be a factor to consider when deciding what holding products to use. Be patient with your hair; dont give up just yet. How long have you been natural?

Lorine
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I have all natural kinky hair now. I want to wear up do braod styles and I do not have a clue on what will keep my hair in tack. Can you peloase give me some ideas?

Shamrock23
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I totally agree with you abt Eco Styler. It’s entirely the sticky for me, I can only use it to slick down my edges. Leaves my curls too crunchy and I found that it added to my shrinkage. I absolutely love Beautiful Textures styling custard. It’s more of a water base and my 4a hair doesn’t require too much of it to define my curls. ( def learned that by trial and error). I think that’s most ppl’s problem when they try it…using too much. I just deep and smooth!

Glam
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[img]https://bglh-marketplace.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/20140207_034658.jpg[/img]

The absolute best for edge control and slick buns…I grew my hair to mid back using this stuff…no flakes no itching.

Coley
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That soufflé is garbage!

MiMi
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I’ve yet to use that soufflé with much success. It’s just a sticky gel. Who wants that??

CurlsForTheGirls
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Agreed. The souffle is garbage, and that Beautiful Textures one too. It leaves your hair stiff dryyyy and crunchy. Try III Sisters of Nature Gelo. It light weight, water-based, no crunch, flakes, all natural and smells good. Love it

Annamrie
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Here’s the thing about the Shea Moisture souffle…if you use more than a tiny bit, you have a mess on your hands. But if you use just a bit and mix it in your hands with some the the curl enhancing smoothee…great curl definition. I use it everytime I wash/cowash.

Elle
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http://www.naturallycurly.com/curlreading/curly-kinky-hair-type-3c/camilles-hair-of-the-day?utm_source=nc_newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=20140225_ncthankyougiveaway

Speaking of these two products…I just got this today. Check out the link. She doesn’t put the souffle all over.

ecolover
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You won’t have crunch/dryness issues with Ecostyler if you use the right one and make sure your hair not only is conditioned but the moisture is sealed in before you apply it. If you’ve been using Krystal, Olive, Argan etc. those all have a max hold and made my hair a bit hard so that I had to scrunch it. That all changed when I used the medium hold gels. I used the pink one when it had a hold of 7 and loved it but they changed the formula and it went to 8 which was a bit too… Read more »
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saltykittysnacks
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I get your point about Eco (which is why I use it in combination with Uncle Funky’s Richie Rich conditioner), but one of the things I love about it is that it has practically no scent. I am sick of hair-care products that reek of coconut, strawberries, bubble gum, etc. It would be great if your reviews would include this information as well.

AJ
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Ive tried eco styler, kinky curly custard, shea moisture custard.…but I fell in love with Cant Shea’s Curling Custard. A little goes a long way and its best to use it on soaking wet hair and finger thru pieces. I add whatever leave in cream/conditioner to make sire its soft. Really defines my combo hair.

dee
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I have notice eco style has thinned my daughter and my edges. We have mixed curly hair and many edge control products do not work because out hair is wet everyday. I use mixed textures and feel it does good for eliminating Most frizz but will not completely Lay our edges. Does anyone have any suggestions…

Nessa
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Dee have you tried Organic Root Stimulator’s Olive Oil Smooth-N-Hold Pudding Moisturizing Gel? I think it would work great for you. Itdoes wonders on my daughter’s hair.

http://www.curlkitshop.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=426

alasia min
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Beautiful textures has a great leavein and smell but the gel custard will have you flaking like no tomorrow. It definitely does flake and I didn’t have to use a lot, just a dime size and white flakes will follow.

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