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Unread 04-27-2004, 07:37 PM
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Default Alcohol-Free Setting Lotion: Does one exist?

If so, what would you use? A friend of mine is looking to wear crisp curls - vintage - old Hollywood-style. But she's nervous - the last time she did, her hair came out due to the alcohol-based setting lotions. Her stylist tells her there's no such thing as a setting lotion w/ no alcohol. Is this true?

What do you use? (I could've sworn I saw an ad recently in Sophisticate's Black Hair for an alcohol free mousse that could be used for sets. A lady blowing a cloud of mousse in her hand to the camera. What's the product? - Please jog my memory...)
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Unread 04-27-2004, 07:54 PM
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Default Re: Alcohol-Free Setting Lotion: Does one exist?

NEXXUS MAKES ALCOHOL FREE STYLING PRODUCTS. GO TO www.NEXXUS.COM AND CLICK ON HAIR PRESCRIPTION. THEN TYPE IN YOUR HAIR TYPE AND TO THE RIGHT OF ALL THE HAIR TYPE SECTION THEY HAVE AN AREA WHERE YOU CAN CLICK FOR ALCOHOL FREE PRODUCTS ECT...
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Default Re: Alcohol-Free Setting Lotion: Does one exist?

Pantene relaxed and natural setting lotion is alcohol free.
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Default Re: Alcohol-Free Setting Lotion: Does one exist?

I went to the nexxus site and didn't have the patience to sit through their Flash demonstration. I hate when websites don't give you the option of bypassing that sort of thing. I DON'T have time for that.
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Default Re: Alcohol-Free Setting Lotion: Does one exist?

Pro-Line's Perm Repair setting lotion is alcohol free and I believe Fantasia's IC makes one that is alcohol free with silk protein.
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Default Re: Alcohol-Free Setting Lotion: Does one exist?

I think Deep Brilliance Control - Soft Control Foam doesn't appear to have any alcohol. Lots of protiens though.
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Default Re: Alcohol-Free Setting Lotion: Does one exist?

Arosci foam defyning setting lotion
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Default Re: Alcohol-Free Setting Lotion: Does one exist?

Isoplus also has an alcohol-free setting lotion for roller sets. I've tried it but didn't like the way it made my air feel. The setting lotion has nettle, rosemary, aloe and all the other things that we like. I think I paid about $3 for it. It is in a pink and white bottle.HTH
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Default Re: Alcohol-Free Setting Lotion: Does one exist?

Isn't Lottabody setting lotion alcohol free? I think it is.
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any more suggestions??
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Default Re: Alcohol-Free Setting Lotion: Does one exist?

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Isn't Lottabody setting lotion alcohol free? I think it is.

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can anyone confirm?
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Default Re: Alcohol-Free Setting Lotion: Does one exist?

motions conditioning setting lotion is alcohol free...

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Default Re: Alcohol-Free Setting Lotion: Does one exist?

I can't find the bottle right now but I believe Vitale (my favorite setting lotion diluted) is alcohol free or non drying alcohol free.
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Default Re: Alcohol-Free Setting Lotion: Does one exist?

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Isn't Lottabody setting lotion alcohol free? I think it is.

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can anyone confirm?
(8 months later... ) Yes, I checked the label and it's alcohol free.
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Default Re: Alcohol-Free Setting Lotion: Does one exist?

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(8 months later... ) Yes, I checked the label and it's alcohol free.
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Default Re: Alcohol-Free Setting Lotion: Does one exist?

Fantasia IC styling gel w/ Sparkle lites can be used as a setting gel. The key is to use a light hand with it or crunchy hair.
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Unread 02-17-2005, 02:47 PM
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Default Re: Alcohol-Free Setting Lotion: Does one exist?

I believe Black n' Sassy Foamy-Set is alcohol free, also.
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