Conditioner -Queen Helene - Cholesterol Hair Conditioning Cream
Jessabettina 9/21/2012 9:55:00 PM
DON'T LISTEN TO ANY BAD REVIEW! READ THIS ONE. First of all, I must have read almost every review on this before I put it in my hair. There are a lot of bad reviews but I PROMISE if you apply it the way I did, you won't regret it. The reason why this product doesn't work for so many people is because they don't know how to use it correctly. -People complained that it took at least a half hour to get out of their hair, it took me two minutes. -They couldn't comb out their hair, I could run a comb through it wet and dry. -Thesmell is horrible? Get it straight ladies, it doesn't smell like a hospital, it smells like old ladies. Use a nice smelling conditoner after! The smell is NOT THAT BAD. -Women say they had to shampoo their hair after, don't do that. You won't need too. -It weighed down their hair and made it stiff? My hair feels great. HERE'S THE SECRET LADIES, -HEAT- What happens to bacon grease after it cools? It hardens. If you don't keep heat on your head, this product is going to be 100 times harder to get out. My hair is just above my collar bone, and extremely damaged from bleaching and dying. It's weak and brittle and this product did fine on my hair. This is how I did it: - I made sure my hair was clean by double shampooing. - I dried my hair enough to the point where it wasn't dripping and probably put a good two handfuls of this stuff in my hair. - I massaged it everywhere like normal shampoo or conditioner until I knew my hair was fully saturated. - I didn't use a shower cap. What I used was plastic wrap. Do the same. It prevents a lot more air from touching the hair and locks in heat. Take the full box of plastic wrap and start at your ear and run it along your forehead and all the way around your head. Then just connect the pieces at the top of your head. Make sure it's sealed. - Take a blow dryer and blow it on your head on high for about 2 minutes. - Then what I did was I covered my hair in tin foil to keep the heat in. I heat blasted my hair when it started to lose the heat and left the product in for roughly 50 minutes. - When I was ready to wash it out, I heat blasted it one more time and immediately jumped into the bath to wash it out. - I washed it out with hot/warm water and it took only a few minutes. - I then put some conditoner on and left it in for about 10 minutes. I washed it all out with luke warm water and here I am :) No tangles, no bad smell, no weighing down, nothing. Just shiny, healthy looking hair all thanks to this product. I recommend this product as long as people follow my instructions, because using this product the wrong way can certainly mess up your hair.