Love the Wheat Germ Butter. Very moisturizing and smoothing to my 4b hair. Creamy, but not very thick...absorbs into my hair easily.
Nourish Oil is a light and lightly scented oil. It imparts nice shine/sheen.
Mocha Silk Infusion is my HG light/medium protein. Very nice soft, not too thick, slippy pudding consistency. I don't use a moisturizing DC after it. Leaves my hair soft, less breakage. Nice mocha scent.
Vanilla Silk is my HG moisturizing DC. Others are great, but nothing has so far compared with the moisture level of this DC. Pudding like consistency with a smell like cookies or something. Upon rinsing, my hair feels like silk.
Chocolate Bliss was just ok for me. It left my hair soft...more along the lines of MSI even though it has no protein, so it was not a repurchase. Vanilla Silk had me spoiled.
End-Tegrity Serum is a nice thick oil that smells of citrus or lemons or something. The 2oz. bottle didn't justify a repurchase though. I tend to be a little heavy handed and used it up within about two weeks.
Shea What Deux! Very thick and very moisturizing...about as moisturizing as Vanilla Silk. This DC was a bit too thick for my fine strands though. The scent is nice and light.
Razzberry Coconut Affair: Smells amazing...light raspberry scent that increases the more you dig into the jar. It is also on the thick side and works very well...leaving hair soft and supple. I would repurchase because I love the scent despite its thickness.
i recently bought the vanilla silk cream 4oz and the wheat germ butter conditioner. Are you ladies applying the vanilla silk cream on wet hair? cause this is not a lot of product to apply on dry hair like i usually dc how many uses do you get out of this 4oz?? I'm heavy handed
Yes! I feel like the only way a product works is if I can see the residue of it on my strands I will apply on damp hair after shampooing and see how it goes. I will report back on my results tomorrow@beauti...I totally agree with you. I'd go thu half that jar if I had to use it on dry hair. In general, I have always preferred applying conditioner on slightly damp hair...I either spray my hair hair until it's damp or if it's after washing, I wrap my hair with a t-shirt to absorb half of that moisture.
You and i are twins, I'm heavy handed and I love to feel my hair fully coated with product, lol. That Vanilla Silk cream is SOOO good though and totally worth the money but I do use it wisely so I don't waste any of it. For example, I section and detangle my hair in about 8 sections prior to applying it so I can distribute it easier and smoother and really let it get into my hair without wasting.
Will this be your first time using the Vanilla Silk? If so let me know how you like it?
I'm transitioning to natural and my natural hair soaks everything up. If i try to be stingy with product my hair would be like . I usually dc with suave humectant and I'm more than generous with it (28oz bottle) but keep hearing great things about vanilla silk cream