Curly hair is the best hair of course, I mean it’s like a known fact. Anyway, I speak from personal experience, and you’ve got to be on the lookout for a good product to keep your curly hair a curlin’, because that’s what it does best. As a fellow curly, I like to keep an eye out for conditioners that’ll keep my curls shining and make sure my curls actually curl up and keep their beautiful shape. There have been a few times I’ve used stuff and it’ll rid me of my luscious curls and my oh my is that
Although this particular product is part of a larger process, which is actually a four step process that includes a kind of best shampoo and conditioner for curly hair. This whole thing is supposed to dramatically reduce the fizz in your hair as well as really spice up your curls by a whopping fifty-something percent added to definition. Made with organic materials, it’s meant to open up the curls to a wave type of retraction when dried, it’s really supposed to get your hair nice and beautiful. The shine factor is really supposed to add a whole new dynamic to your whole outer beauty.
They throw it at you with a whole 3-D factoring, and set it up as define, de-frizz, and detangle. They basically cover all you really need, which isn't to say this is the best conditioner for curly hair, but this stuff will really take care of basic needs. It has a nice price and isn't going sacrifice quality. The thing about some of these conditioners is that they don’t always offer a detangle element, but this brand right here is offering a whole 3-D thing going which is catchy and cool.
This stuff is a nice creamy concoction but there’s a lightweight element to it which is great because it sure beats feeling like you're running Elmer’s glue through your hair. This stuff really pulls out those hard to get out tangles, and controls the frizz and really gets your wavy and or curly hair in check. After removing all those tangles you may have it leaves your hair slick and un tangly. It balances out your scalp levels with your hair and doesn't leave any sort of weighted or heavy feeling of a residue or anything of the sort on your head.
From word of mouth or many reviews, this stuff really packs a wallop in the hair treatment world. It’s generally a leave in conditioner you want to apply after a shower, and it’s supposed to really control your curly hair and get it looking stunning for all your aesthetic escapades. Its a thicker cream and you usually want to do it on the days after you shampoo your hair because that’s when it can really dive deep in the pores of your scalp and open up your hair allowing it to take in all the nutrients that’s in this stuff. It smells pretty strong and is like I said a thicker formula, so it may feel like it stays in there even under a session of hardcore scrubbing and rinsing.
In Moisturizer for Unisex - Something they like to mention which is nice information which is that dry hair ultimately leads to frizzy curls and that’s where they find a niche for their product, they tackle that individual problem we all fight against. This product is obviously a leave in product and its a lightweight and known to solve the problem they present pretty well. Made from all natural ingredients, it’s great to know that they're worries about you being worried about the ingredients going into your scalp. Feels like you've got a friend there to help with your hair.
Overall I’m personally a big fan of the Aveda because I’ve used it and they live up to what they’re presenting. It’s going to come down to how much you're looking to spend because the whole process isn't always about conditioning, you always have to set your head up for success.