In Review | Blended Beauty Happy Nappy Styles
Aloe and Chamomile Water, Rice Bran Oil, Shea Butter, Natural Conditioner, Polysorbate 20, Vegetable Glycerin, Capryl Isostearate, Soy Lecithin,Guar Gum, Natural Preservative Optiphin, Rosemary Leaf Extract, Silk Powder.
£13.25 (excluding postage and packaging)
A rich and moisturizing styling cream for kinky curls and dreads, or highly textured hair. Style and define your curls or twist locs, while naturally hydrating. Perfect for finger twisting curls! Create defined curls, with maximum moisture and softness. Dries touchably soft and satiny, not sticky or greasy.
Apply to clean damp or dry, detangled hair in small sections and smooth through completely. Style with fingers, not a comb, to reduce poof.
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This product was recommended to me by the Gidore owner at the Natural Lounge in November 2011. I used this 8oz jar and actually finished it! This lasted me around 9 months! I used it for twists, twist outs, braids and even just for pulling my hair back in a bun! It was a soft light buttery cream with the added benefit of giving me slip whilst styling my hair. I compared it to the Shea Moisture Curl Enhancing Smoothie when I first used it:
It gives defined but light-weight twists. Twist outs similarly had a light hold so it was less defined. I loved how SOFT it made my hair though!
I would by this product again in a heart beat. Soft hair that is manageable during and after styling: what more could I ask for. Unfortunately, Gidore.com does not seem to stock this anymore. I will keep an eye out and let you know about places to buy it though. (NB. www.afrotherapy.com also stock it but are currently also out of stock).
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