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Does this product work on Coarse, Thick, Curly Hair?
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I curious what hair type, Carol's daughters products are for. Meaning caucasion hair or african american hair.


DevaCurl One Condition

What it is: A creamy daily conditioner for wavy and curly hair. What it does: Made with olive oil, hops, and rosemary, this ultracreamy daily conditioner provides maximum hydration and is perfect for all curl types. The tighter or drier the curl, the more DevaCurl One Condition you’ll need. What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Sulfates - Phthalates What else you need to know:Do the Deva 3-Step for best results. Cleanse with DevaCurl NoPoo or LowPoo, Condition with DevaCurl One Condition and Define with DevaCurl Light Defining or Ultra Defining Gel. This product is dermatologist-tested and NOT tested on animals. All DevaCurl products are 100% sulfate, silicone & paraben free. This product does not contain drying forms of alcohol.
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Does this product work on Coarse, Thick, Curly Hair?
My hair texture is very coarse & thick. It's very hard to manage. My Grandmother is full blood Indian. I'm mostly plagued by Frizz, Dryness, & Curl Management. I've been using the Quidad Curl Moisturizing Line, w/fairly decent results on the dryness, but not too hot on the Frizz & Curl definition.
asked 1 year, 6 months ago
qtpiegirl
(Springtown, TX)
on One Condition
11 answers
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answer 1
Yes - but you need to commit to the no-sulfate, no-silicones lifestyle (and then know what to do if you slip up and use them again!)
answered 4 days ago
TheMightyOCuinn
(Ontario, Canada)
answer 2
That's more or less what it's designed for. It has really made a difference with my frizz and curl management, but I use it in combination with a sulfate-free shampoo and Deva Ultra Defining Gel. If you aren't sure, get the 3 oz. size or the Trial + Travel Kit and see what you think. For what it's worth, my hair is very thick, pretty coarse, and I have battled frizz my whole life. I switched from Ouidad to Deva because I find that their sulfate-free, silicone-free products just work better in my hair.
answered 1 week, 6 days ago
Meribor
(New York, NY)
answer 3
I too have thick, coarse, curly hair (think Shakira). I read great reviews about this product but personally, it didn't work for me. It wasn't particularly moisturizing or smoothing or anything. The one product I love and use over and over is the Ouidad Climate Control Heat & Humidity Gel. Put a generous amount into wet hair and let it air dry (coat the hair really well) - it provides curly definition and moisture and softness but still looks completely natural.
answered 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Geannie123
(toronto, ontario)
answer 4
ABSOLUTELY! Do the Deva 3-step and you will be on your way! This is great!!
answered 6 months ago
cisg
answer 5
I recommend it highly for your hair. You will find your hair less frizzy and nicely moisturizer without weighting it down with sticky heavy products.
answered 7 months ago
Anonymous
(Texas)
answer 6
you might want to do a deep condition at least once a week, and I would go shampoo free!
answered 8 months ago
yarydoll
(Manchester, NH)
answer 7
yes! I, myself, do not have course thick hair like you mentioned but I did extensive research on this line before buying it and if you go on their website it, there is a link for you to see what type of hair you have, and they categorize it and then it recommends hair products for your hair type. I can tell you from personal experience that these products help soooo much with curl definition, my curls have never been so bouncy and defined, I LOVE IT. and it also helps with frizz! (:
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
Alainee
(Florida)
answer 8
no
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
conniegidice
answer 9
NO.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
sequoia7935
answer 10
I tried the Ouidad line, but it dried out my curls and made my frizz worse. Plus, the smell was unpleasant and my hair was crunchy.

I have very thick, coarse, curly hair with low to medium porosity. Of all the curl lines available on the market, the Deva products work the best for me. They add moisture and definition without weighing down my hair or making it feel greasy.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
rugbyred
(Houston, TX)
answer 11
My hair is also very coarse and frizzy. I also tried Ouidad for years, and still ended up reverting back to straight-ironing. Then I found a Deva Chan salon. They showed me how to use their products and warned me that it would take some time to revitalize my damaged curls. I gave them my faith and went for it. It took all of 4 months, tops, to go from HATING my hair to LOVING it and being proud of it. Not once in my LIFE have I loved my curls. I do now. I'm a DevaCurl Girl for LIFE. I would, however, suggest that you buy their book - I think it's called Curly Girl or something like that. It will walk you through the steps of how to use the products. One VERY important step - use a micro-fiber towel, or a 100% cotton t-shirt to scrunch-dry your hair. If you follow the steps and use the products, I think you're going to realize how gorgeous your hair really is.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
DancyTM
(New York, NY)
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How to open 32oz pump bottle?
I'm sure I'm being an idiot and missing the obvious but I cannot seem to get the pump in my 32oz bottle to open up! I've tried turning it both ways and pulling on it... what's the trick?
asked 6 months ago
ktktktktkt
(Brooklyn, NY)
on One Condition
4 answers
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answer 1
Lefty loosey, righty tighty.

Hold the bottom part of the pump down. Turn the top section around and around (to the left) until it pops up.
answered 4 days ago
TheMightyOCuinn
(Ontario, Canada)
answer 2
Omg yes! I struggled with this. You have to hold the center ring on the pump and turn it to the left a few times.
answered 6 days ago
sinfully
answer 3
You should be able to just twist the top to pop it up. Try holding onto the part that's screwed down while you twist the dispenser to the left. If that doesn't work, you may have a defective pump.
answered 1 week, 6 days ago
Meribor
(New York, NY)
answer 4
You have to turn it a lot of times. Many more than you think.
answered 6 months ago
BrunetteVet
(Colorado)
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asked 3 days ago
Desipaul
(Gander, NL Canada)
on One Condition
1 answer
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answer 1
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answered 1 day ago
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(San Francisco, CA)
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