As most of you know by now I have seriously curly hair that's on the verge of nearly being a huge afro thanks to my parents who seemed to bless me with all their multi ethnic genes. I am always on the lookout for the perfect curl product to help make my curls more defined with next to no frizz because trust me the dreaded frizzy hue that surrounds my head like a bright red halo when I embrace my curls without any product is something I don't want to live with.
I picked this up on a whim when buying a new shampoo and conditioner because I liked the way it sounded and hoped it would live up to what it promised which was to have beautiful shiny defined curls that spring back into shape even when braced with humidity.
First off I love the bright bold packaging which I do with all Bed Head products as they make me feel just a tad happier when doing my hair, the product inside is a non sticky cream that has a slight berry scent to it.
You apply a walnut sized amount of product to damp hair which I do by popping it onto my hand rubbing my hands together and then scrunch the product into my curls with my head tipped over taking extra care to make sure my whole head is covered. I then personally let my hair air dry as I hate using heat when I decide to wear my hair curly but you can use with a diffuser attachment on your hairdryer for faster results.
When my hair is dry it feels like my curls have been given a whole new lease of life, they are bouncy soft and well defined. They also have a good level of hold with no frizziness even if I run my fingers through my hair, they just seem to separate and fall straight back into place. You can also just revive the curls the next day by spraying a fine mist of water in your hair or scrunching in some water from your hands to give the exact same results as it did the first time around.
I am so impressed with this product and I can hands down recommend it to any curly haired girls out there, I actually don't know how I have lived without it and am embracing my natural hair a lot more than I was.
Have you tried this? What is your favourite hair product?