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Old 06-21-2004, 03:32 PM
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Default Hask-Henna \'n\" Placenta

Hi ladies!! For those of you who have used Hask Henna 'n' Placenta: Do you use a moisturizing conditioner after using the H&P or do you go straight to styling? I'm asking b/c I'm unsure as to whether this product is considered a protein conditioner or not.

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Old 06-21-2004, 03:59 PM
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Default Re: Hask-Henna \'n\" Placenta

I think it is a protein condtioner...
I'm so glad someone else uses it! I thought I was the only one....
I usually shampoo and condition my hair, then apply the Henna n Placenta and leave it in. After I wash it out, I apply my Infusium Leave-In Conditioner, and my WGO and put my hair in rollers.
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Old 06-21-2004, 04:32 PM
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Default Re: Hask-Henna \'n\" Placenta

i use it for a conditioner wash then followed it up with a moisturizing conditioner.
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Old 06-21-2004, 04:55 PM
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Default Re: Hask-Henna \'n\" Placenta

Thanks ladies!!!

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Old 06-21-2004, 05:12 PM
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Default Re: Hask-Henna \'n\" Placenta

Be careful with the Placenta it is a highly concentrated protein leave in conditioner, and after using it 3 weeks in a row, it made my hair dry and rough.
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Old 06-21-2004, 05:15 PM
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Default Re: Hask-Henna \'n\" Placenta

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Be careful with the Placenta it is a highly concentrated protein leave in conditioner, and after using it 3 weeks in a row, it made my hair dry and rough.

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Leave-in? My packet says to wash it out after 10 minutes. Did you follow it up with a moisturizing conditioner?
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Default Re: Hask-Henna \'n\" Placenta

Everytime I use it I don't use an moisturizing conditioner, I just rinse and style.
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Old 06-21-2004, 06:03 PM
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Default Re: Hask-Henna \'n\" Placenta

How often do you ladies use the product? Do you only use it when you feel that your hair needs a little extra "umph" or do you use it on a set schedule?

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Default Re: Hask-Henna \'n\" Placenta

I think when I used it I just rinsed and styled. The result were great nevertheless!
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Default Re: Hask-Henna \'n\" Placenta

I like this conditioner too. I haven't used it in a while though. I want to start using it again. I don't think it is as drying as aphogee.
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Default Re: Hask-Henna \'n\" Placenta

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Be careful with the Placenta it is a highly concentrated protein leave in conditioner, and after using it 3 weeks in a row, it made my hair dry and rough.

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Leave-in? My packet says to wash it out after 10 minutes. Did you follow it up with a moisturizing conditioner?
Hask Placenta has a No-Rinse Instant Repair Treatment. It's pretty strong, so I dilute mine with water (half and half) and use it as a daily moisturizer. My hair loves it and it totally ended my shedding and breakage.
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Default Re: Hask-Henna 'n" Placenta

I just asked on the other thread, what are the ingredients for the condish and spray? TIA!
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Default Re: Hask-Henna 'n" Placenta

I just picked up one the Extra Strength packets tonite at Sally's. I hope it works well. It's a well timed addition to my collection as I now have a new found facination to all thing related to HENNA!
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Default Re: Hask-Henna 'n" Placenta

I like it. If you use it with heat, it can really make your hair strong.

I always follow with a moisturizing conditioner.
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Default Re: Hask-Henna 'n" Placenta

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I like it. If you use it with heat, it can really make your hair strong.

I always follow with a moisturizing conditioner.

Oooh, thanks Karezone! I plan on using it following my touch-up today as a deep conditioner.
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Default Re: Hask-Henna \'n\" Placenta

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Hask Placenta has a No-Rinse Instant Repair Treatment. It's pretty strong, so I dilute mine with water (half and half) and use it as a daily moisturizer. My hair loves it and it totally ended my shedding and breakage.
I used to swear by his stuff. I don't know why I stopped using it. It made my hair silky soft and shiny, and it detangled like nobody's business.
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