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Good watery leave-in?

jennboo

Well-Known Member
Hey everyone,

4c natural here. What are your recommendations for moisturizing, watery leave ins? In the past I’ve used Infusium 23...looking for others!

Thanks in advance.
 

ItsMeLilLucky

Aka Giveme D’Monee
I don’t know how you feel about petroleum but Blue Magic has a leave in conditioner that’s really watery. I use it as a sealant since my hair prefers thicker leave ins, but it makes my hair wet again lol. Otherwise I think Curls has watery leave ins. I’m not sure if you’re looking for a spray leave in or more of a cream. I think Giovanni has lightweight leave in conditioner as well.
 

lorr1e1

4C (natural) currently relaxed (Mizani)
I don’t know how you feel about petroleum but Blue Magic has a leave in conditioner that’s really watery. I use it as a sealant since my hair prefers thicker leave ins, but it makes my hair wet again lol. Otherwise I think Curls has watery leave ins. I’m not sure if you’re looking for a spray leave in or more of a cream. I think Giovanni has lightweight leave in conditioner as well.
I didn't realise people still used that stuff it's really thick.

I use mizani they have a line for naturals you could have a look at it. I tend not to put a lot of oil on these days only sparingly as it can get itchy on my scalp if I use too much
 

ItsMeLilLucky

Aka Giveme D’Monee
I didn't realise people still used that stuff it's really thick.

I use mizani they have a line for naturals you could have a look at it. I tend not to put a lot of oil on these days only sparingly as it can get itchy on my scalp if I use too much
The grease is thick but not the leave in conditioner. It’s really watery lol it’s more watery than my none petroleum leave in conditioner.
 
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