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Old 01-14-2004, 12:44 PM
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Default Natural hair and pressing (satin creme press)

I have been natural for ten years now and for years i was a slave to my hair dresser because i just couldnt press my hair like he did for nothin. untill now, after finding this product called satin creme press by ultra sheen. I used it once a while ago and was very impressed how the press held up with the humidity in the air that night...but i just used it again and went on a trip to vegas for four days and im totally amazed at how the press held up....wow. because of this stuff i can retire my hair dresser for real... and i NEVER ever thought that would happen...of course those that press know its not only the product its the technique of pressing as well..so those that go try it dont come back mad if you dont know how to press your hair the right way already. lol...the key is taking little sections (and i mean little) at a time and adding a few drops of the satin creme press and and rubbing it in from root to end, then running down that peice (after testing the comb on a white towel making sure it wont burn your hair) with the pressing comb while turning the back of it against the hair...kinda slowly. whew all i can say is that stuff is the bomb!! it so nice to know that from here whenever i wanna do something and wear my hair down and pressed i dont have to make a trip to my hairdresser and its even nicer that i can not be worried about the big BOOF coming on every second. and i can just enjoy whatever im doing without all tha fuss and worry over how my hair is gonna end up looking. just thought i would share.

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Old 01-14-2004, 01:45 PM
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Default Re: Natural hair and pressing (satin creme press)

Thanks. I'll have to pick some of this up to use when I flat-iron my roots.
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Old 01-14-2004, 02:32 PM
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Default Re: Natural hair and pressing (satin creme press)

don't like it. it is too greasy for my hair and I don't like the smell.
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Old 01-14-2004, 08:33 PM
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Default Re: Natural hair and pressing (satin creme press)

I think there might be a couple of kinds, cause on my group a member was talking about a grease....what im talking about is a liquid in a bottle....it has no smell (on the hair) , plus a little kemi oil takes care of the "pressed" smell.... and isnt greasy at all. well, at least for my hair...all i know is its worked twice now under conditions that a press without it usually wouldnt hold up under...all i know is im glad i found it.
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Old 01-15-2004, 12:40 AM
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Default Re: Natural hair and pressing (satin creme press)

Hey Iris girl!!! Go head with that satin creme. Don't know if I'm brave enough yet to try pressing my own hair though.
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Old 01-15-2004, 02:11 AM
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Default Re: Natural hair and pressing (satin creme press)

hmm i don't know what the liquid is. what i'm talking about is a yellow grease that comes in the jar by ultra sheen called satin creme press.
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Old 01-15-2004, 02:19 AM
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Yeah i figured you must be talking about another kind , cause the liquid isnt greasy at all...gurl if you press your hair at all, you really gotta try it.
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Old 01-15-2004, 02:26 AM
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Hey B!!

its ok you aint gotta press gurl, unless or untill your ready. but all i gotta say is all these years of occasional pressing and my hair hasnt eva held up like with this stuff...so when you do , or if you do decide to press....you will know the good stuff to use...as long as this isnt one of those products that works good on one head and not good on another, you will love the results. salon results, no , even better.
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They make a liquid pressing oil in the satin creme press? I've never seen that before.
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Default Re: Natural hair and pressing (satin creme press)

yeah that's my stuff!! glad it's working 4 ya.
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Old 01-15-2004, 03:33 AM
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Default Re: Natural hair and pressing (satin creme press)

could you post a pic? i have no idea what you all are talking about, i thought it only came in a yellow grease.
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Old 01-15-2004, 04:16 AM
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Default Re: Natural hair and pressing (satin creme press)

yes they do , this is exactly what it says on the bottle.

CREME
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LOTION

its in a yellow (kinda gold color) and white bottle. it says its a temporary straightening conditioner, for press and curl and blow drying.
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Default Re: Natural hair and pressing (satin creme press)

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what im talking about is a liquid in a bottle....

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I bought 3 bottles of this for $0.99 each last year just because it was there and it was cheap. My cousin uses it for dry roller sets. I thought it was for blow drying. It never occurred to me to press my hair with it. I love being a PJ.
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This may be an older bottle...

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Irresistible,
I've seen your pics at the other group, and I must say that your hair is absolutely beautiful.
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Default Re: Natural hair and pressing (satin creme press)

Yup thats it Sassygirl, it does look different though so your right it might be an older bottle. thank you for posting that, cause i did a search and couldnt find it , and even if i did i wouldnt of known how to post a pic here.
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Old 01-15-2004, 10:57 AM
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Default Re: Natural hair and pressing (satin creme press)

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what im talking about is a liquid in a bottle....

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I bought 3 bottles of this for $0.99 each last year just because it was there and it was cheap. My cousin uses it for dry roller sets. I thought it was for blow drying. It never occurred to me to press my hair with it. I love being a PJ.

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yeah the bottle i have is only 2.99 , thats pretty cheap for a small miracle lol...nothin could hold my press like this has.
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Old 01-15-2004, 11:00 AM
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Irresistible,
I've seen your pics at the other group, and I must say that your hair is absolutely beautiful.

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aww thank you Blue_flower, i see your hair is absolutley beautiful as well.
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Default Re: Natural hair and pressing (satin creme press)

hmmm.........interesting. is this usually stocked by the setting lotions in the bss or is it with the grease products? cause i have probably walked past that just thinking it was another setting lotion or something.

yeah that's different from what i was thinking about. that yellow grease i had was awful, and i thought that's what folks were raving about on the board and i was like, i don't get it lol.
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hmmm.........interesting. is this usually stocked by the setting lotions in the bss or is it with the grease products? cause i have probably walked past that just thinking it was another setting lotion or something.

yeah that's different from what i was thinking about. that yellow grease i had was awful, and i thought that's what folks were raving about on the board and i was like, i don't get it lol.

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girl i knew you must of been thinkin of somethin else when you said it was greasy and smelled. cause this stuff has your hair lookin fresh , flowin and soft and naturally straight. i got it at a small oriental owned shop in a section where other pressing products were...and i feel my PJ'ism kickin up , so im'a go back and get several more bottles...you know, in case i ever cant find it somewhere or somethin or oh my God and heaven forbid they should ever stop making it....lmao....the PJ logic but its ok i aint gonna be caught without this one on hand. even if the bottles do last for a couple years lol....
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