For your hair type I'd go with just the no poo at first. It conditions very well and you don't want to weigh your hair down with additional conditioners.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
I use both products together, but I think the conditioner is probably not needed as much, you can easily buy any conditioner and get the same results, just make sure it isn't leaving any residues. The shampoo is the real star, and I find it works perfectly with my fine hair.
That being said, I use both the shampoo and the conditioner every time I wash my hair which is about every other day. The more you use these products the less you need, so even though it's expensive, I find they are worth it. I also use the ultra defining gel which is awesome!. If you use it according to the directions, your curls do not get weighed down like other products sometimes do. What happens is it creates what is called a 'cast' while your hair is drying (either using a blow-dryer with a diffuser or air drying) that locks in the moisture. Your dry hair feels a little crunchy but all you do is scrunch your hair and the cast is released and the resulting curls are soft, bouncy and last all day. Also there are awesome videos online through DevaCurl that show you the best way to use the products depending on your hair and curl type
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
I use both and my curls love it.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
I've used both for years. Focus No Poo on the scalp to clean and gently run down the rest of hair to clean any build up and use One Condition like you normally would any conditioner. When you rinse, leave a little bit of OC in your hair as a "leave in" conditioner and to hold in some moisture. How much depends on whether you have fine or coarse hair. I have thick coarse hair and can leave a lot in without any weigh down or build up. But you can use only OC as a scalp cleanser and conditioner if it works for you.
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
I used to use just the no poo with great results but when I got the one condition my frizz was completely reduced and my curls turned into ringlets. I leave a little one condition in the ends of my wet hair. I think the no poo is a must and the one condition is an awesome bonus.
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
I use no-poo along with one conditioner and find it to be a good combination. No-poo by itself definitely would not supply enough moisture for girls with damaged/processed hair or naturally dry hair.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
They work very well together. I have 2b hair as well. Since your hair is fine, make sure to use a generous amount of No-Poo to cleanse your scalp, and rinse out thoroughly before applying One Condition only to the length of your hair that falls below your ears. If you find the combination too heavy for your hair, you may want to consider returning No-Poo and switching to Low-Poo, which has a little more cleansing power. Also remember not to use any products that contain silicones. If you are using these products, the No-Poo may not wash all of them out, and you might get build-up as a result.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago