Castor Oil Challenge Part 2, is on it's WAY!

Saturday, April 18, 2009


In case you were not informed, the Castor Oil Challenge Part 2 is set to take place April 22nd 2009. For those who were not able to participate in the first challenge, be sure to join this one. You won't want to miss it. It's going to be fun and I can't wait to see everyone's results this time around.

The group on Hairlista.com has been officially created, so join ASAP!


Sunshyne

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11 comments

  1. yay! that starts on my bday so i'm def gonna do it this time :)

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  2. @ALS It wouldnt hurt doing some research, gosh, same questions over and over again

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  3. I wanna do this AND I wanna sign up to hairlista but im in my final year at university and getting so distracted with all these essays I have to do lol. Im fighting the urge so bad!!

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  4. Here Ican't find JBCO

    Can I use Haitian castor oil to do the challenge?

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  5. @Nay I have done research. But living a small town in the south has it's challenges. So again I ask , Sunshyne where do you get your oil from?

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  6. Yes, I plan to join.I am currently nurturing and protecting my hair anyhow so I won't have to worry about it being greasy. I am wearing half-wigs right now with beehive cornrows going on. I do not have JBCO, I have regular castor oil, but if I should ruun out of the kind I have I may buy the JBCO.

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  7. I am SO IN!! I am so excited to join the challenge! I cant wait for my castor oil on the way soon!

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  8. Yes, Anonymous, you can use the Haitian Castor Oil because it's exactly the same as the Jamaican one.

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  9. I just found this website on Monday, May 4. I started the castor oil challenge on May 5. I am using pure castor oil from a local health food store. I am super excited to see the results. Ladies that participated in the first challenge, what results did you see? ....especially ladies who have traditionally had "slow growing or easily breaking/damaged hair"?

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