This is my hair, untamed and uncombed.
It’s not exactly Shirly Temple curly. It’s not even as curly as actress Rachel Tru’s tresses. However, it’s a little wavy and very frizzy, but there is definitely some curl potential for my crowning glory. That’s why I decided to put the Curls for Women five hair care products to the test.
They are – Curlicious Curls Cleansing Cream, Coconut Sublime Conditioner, Quenched Curls Moisturizer, Curls Milkshake (light curl lotion), and the new Cashmere Curls. These fabulous finds are from Curls’ product line designed especially for multi-ethnic women of all hair types. Overall, I would say I am satisfied with these goodies. If you are one those girls who has to deal with your naturally kinky or curly, frizzy, tangle-prone, moisture-craving hair, you’re appreciate how much these products can leave your hair feeling so much more manageable, silky, bouncy and moisturized.
My favorite, out of the five products is Cashmere Curls (shown above), because it caters especially to kinkier hair textures like mine. I can apply it to my twists, undo them, and voila, I have an excellent, nicely moisturized twist out.
Apart from these amazing benefits (especially how the products made my hair less frizzy), I loved the wonderful scent of coconut that stayed with me after using these products. Yes, scent matters to me. One of the first things I do when I’m shopping for hair products is inhale their fragrance and these products made me want to take a second, and a third whiff. And off course, price is extremely important to me. Curls’ products for women (which include a number of products I haven’t had the opportunity to try out) range from a retail price of about $12-$25. I would say that that’s reasonable considering the great results. So, if you want the Curls experience, find these products and Curls’ two other products lines for kids and babies (Curly Qs and It’s A Curl) from top retailers across the US and international countries; better yet, order them online at www.curls.biz .
And, if you believe in giving back, I’m sure you’ll be happy to know that Curls’ Founder, Mahisha Dellinger, works with adoption agencies across the US donating Curls products and teaching multi-ethnic hair care to parents who adopt across racial lines. You go girl!