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Leave in Conditioner for Damaged Hair = A MUST‼️
A leave in conditioner is typically applied after you shampoo and condition, on towel-dried hair before styling and detangling. A good leave in conditioner can literally make or break your hair! Especially if you are a naturalista with type 3-4 hair. 🧏🏾‍♀️ This trio of conditioners by Camille Rose is one of the best leave In systems for damaged hair. They won’t really give you hold or definition, but they will give you MOISTURE honey! 💁🏾‍♀️ These products are sold separately, but are designed to be used in three steps as follows: Camille Rose - Honey Hydrate Leave-In Hair Conditioner Yes, it’s literally honey with a host of other incredible ingredients that will be sure to penetrate strands and draw in moisture. It feels sticky when you first put it on but leave your hair soft like butter. If you only buy one of the three, this has to be it! Camille Rose - Latte Define the "Leave-In" Collection Latte is step 2 and I use it because you definitely need to apply a cream. This product is a little on the light side, so I would never use it by itself. It says “define” on the bottle but it doesn’t really leave my curls defined. It does leave them hydrated though! And it smells amazing Camille Rose - Herbal Tea "Leave-In" Collection Step 3 is of course an oil. An oil should always be applied after your leave in cream conditioner because it will lock the moisture in place. This will extend your hydration for days! I love this oil because it smells delicious and a little goes a long way. 🙅🏾‍♀️Do not rinse these out! I advise you to apply them overnight and set your hair with braids or twists to enable the products to do their job.
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FrancescaOGOW
Curly Hair Tips 🌀
If you're reading this post you and I probably have something in common, curly hair! You've probably also heard "your hair is so beautiful" all your life and thought about how much you wished it were straight and easier to manage. Well 25 years of curly hair has taught me one thing, most people (yes even hair professionals) don't know much about curly hair and keeping it healthy! Here's a little about my hair journey: I didn't wear my hair down consitently until I was about 23, it was always in buns unless it was straightened I had bleached hair for about 5 years I did a big chop and cut all the blonde off 2 years ago When I chopped off the blonde I made the decision to only work towards healthy hair so how am I doing that? No hair color, I haven't dyed my hair since chopping the blonde and yes I have really wanted too. It's not worth my hairs integrity and I'm too spontaneous - I'd be a new color every month. Sulfate free is the way to go, but you don't have to quit using shampoo. Of course you shouldn't be washing your hair daily, but shampooing and cleansing the scalp is IMPORTANT! I wash maximum twice a week, one of those being a co-wash. All the products I have are sulfate free. Find products that work well together! Mix a small part of your leave-in with your gel, if it pills and separates it will do that on your hair! Don't use them together. Product lines are formulated to work together, start there if your having a hard time. Not all alcohol is bad, if it's on the ingredient list it should be a fatty alcohol. I still try to avoid it if I can! Wrap your curls up in silk or satin at night to reduce frizz and extend your style! No heat. Like ever. I've straightened my hair once in two years and missed my curls! If you do straighten it once in a blue moon, use heat protection and the lowest heat settings you can. Care for your scalp! Use an oil, scrub it in the shower, stimulate your scalp at night. A happy scalp means happy curls! Here's some of my favorite curly hair products: Camille Rose - Lavender Fresh Cleanse Camille Rose - Oud Rich Infusion Moisture Treatment Camille Rose - Rose Cleansing Milk Camille Rose - Lavender Crush Defining Gel Camille Rose - Honey Hydrate Leave-In Hair Conditioner Camille Rose - SOYlicious Curl Enhancing Conditioner MIELLE - Babassu & Mint Deep Conditioner MIELLE - Moisture RX Hawaiian Ginger Moisturizing Styling Gel MIELLE - Moisture RX Hawaiian Ginger Moisturizing Scalp Treatment THE Mane CHOICE - Ancient Egyptian 24 Karat Gold Twisting Gel THE Mane CHOICE - Heavenly Halo Herbal Hair Tonic & Soy Milk Deep Hydration Conditioner THE Mane CHOICE - Heavenly Halo Herbal Hair Tonic & Soy Milk Deep Hydration Pre-Poo THE Mane CHOICE - Prickly Pear Paradise Minty Scalp Purifying Spray
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kali.janel
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Curly Hair Tips 🌀
If you're reading this post you and I probably have something in common, curly hair! You've probably also heard "your hair is so beautiful" all your life and thought about how much you wished it were straight and easier to manage. Well 25 years of curly hair has taught me one thing, most people (yes even hair professionals) don't know much about curly hair and keeping it healthy! Here's a little about my hair journey: I didn't wear my hair down consitently until I was about 23, it was always in buns unless it was straightened I had bleached hair for about 5 years I did a big chop and cut all the blonde off 2 years ago When I chopped off the blonde I made the decision to only work towards healthy hair so how am I doing that? No hair color, I haven't dyed my hair since chopping the blonde and yes I have really wanted too. It's not worth my hairs integrity and I'm too spontaneous - I'd be a new color every month. Sulfate free is the way to go, but you don't have to quit using shampoo. Of course you shouldn't be washing your hair daily, but shampooing and cleansing the scalp is IMPORTANT! I wash maximum twice a week, one of those being a co-wash. All the products I have are sulfate free. Find products that work well together! Mix a small part of your leave-in with your gel, if it pills and separates it will do that on your hair! Don't use them together. Product lines are formulated to work together, start there if your having a hard time. Not all alcohol is bad, if it's on the ingredient list it should be a fatty alcohol. I still try to avoid it if I can! Wrap your curls up in silk or satin at night to reduce frizz and extend your style! No heat. Like ever. I've straightened my hair once in two years and missed my curls! If you do straighten it once in a blue moon, use heat protection and the lowest heat settings you can. Care for your scalp! Use an oil, scrub it in the shower, stimulate your scalp at night. A happy scalp means happy curls! Here's some of my favorite curly hair products: Camille Rose - Lavender Fresh Cleanse Camille Rose - Oud Rich Infusion Moisture Treatment Camille Rose - Rose Cleansing Milk Camille Rose - Lavender Crush Defining Gel Camille Rose - Honey Hydrate Leave-In Hair Conditioner Camille Rose - SOYlicious Curl Enhancing Conditioner MIELLE - Babassu & Mint Deep Conditioner MIELLE - Moisture RX Hawaiian Ginger Moisturizing Styling Gel MIELLE - Moisture RX Hawaiian Ginger Moisturizing Scalp Treatment THE Mane CHOICE - Ancient Egyptian 24 Karat Gold Twisting Gel THE Mane CHOICE - Heavenly Halo Herbal Hair Tonic & Soy Milk Deep Hydration Conditioner THE Mane CHOICE - Heavenly Halo Herbal Hair Tonic & Soy Milk Deep Hydration Pre-Poo THE Mane CHOICE - Prickly Pear Paradise Minty Scalp Purifying Spray
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kali.janel
Curly Hair - Deep Conditioner
Deep conditioning is absolutely essential for curly hair in my opinion! Of course they add moisture back to the hair, which for curly hair is extremely important, but they can add strength back into it too! I deep condition my hair at least once a week, usually using my Camille Rose - Oud Rich Infusion Moisture Treatment because my curls are usually super thirsty, but once a month I like to use a protein treatment and a cholestol treatment. The Camille Rose - Buritti Nectar Repair Cholesterol Treatment is Camille Rose's updated take on a cholestol treatment. It has buritti fruit oil which is high in Omega 3, 6 and 9. It will repair dry and brittle hair. If your looking to add softness back into your curls then a cholestol treatment is what you need! If you have damaged and split hair then you should add a protein treatment to your hair care routine! The Camille Rose - Nangai & Tsubaki Strength Restore Protein Treatment is my favorite and won't leave your hair feeling dry or straw like. It's a mix of vitamin A, E and Beta Carotene. It leaves my hair stronger and smoother. I'd love to know what your favorite deep conditioners are! Let me know in the comments! Another favorite of mine is the Briogeo - Don't Despair, Repair! Deep Conditioning Hair Mask .
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kali.janel
Curly Hair Tips 🌀
If you're reading this post you and I probably have something in common, curly hair! You've probably also heard "your hair is so beautiful" all your life and thought about how much you wished it were straight and easier to manage. Well 25 years of curly hair has taught me one thing, most people (yes even hair professionals) don't know much about curly hair and keeping it healthy! Here's a little about my hair journey: I didn't wear my hair down consitently until I was about 23, it was always in buns unless it was straightened I had bleached hair for about 5 years I did a big chop and cut all the blonde off 2 years ago When I chopped off the blonde I made the decision to only work towards healthy hair so how am I doing that? No hair color, I haven't dyed my hair since chopping the blonde and yes I have really wanted too. It's not worth my hairs integrity and I'm too spontaneous - I'd be a new color every month. Sulfate free is the way to go, but you don't have to quit using shampoo. Of course you shouldn't be washing your hair daily, but shampooing and cleansing the scalp is IMPORTANT! I wash maximum twice a week, one of those being a co-wash. All the products I have are sulfate free. Find products that work well together! Mix a small part of your leave-in with your gel, if it pills and separates it will do that on your hair! Don't use them together. Product lines are formulated to work together, start there if your having a hard time. Not all alcohol is bad, if it's on the ingredient list it should be a fatty alcohol. I still try to avoid it if I can! Wrap your curls up in silk or satin at night to reduce frizz and extend your style! No heat. Like ever. I've straightened my hair once in two years and missed my curls! If you do straighten it once in a blue moon, use heat protection and the lowest heat settings you can. Care for your scalp! Use an oil, scrub it in the shower, stimulate your scalp at night. A happy scalp means happy curls! Here's some of my favorite curly hair products: Camille Rose - Lavender Fresh Cleanse Camille Rose - Oud Rich Infusion Moisture Treatment Camille Rose - Rose Cleansing Milk Camille Rose - Lavender Crush Defining Gel Camille Rose - Honey Hydrate Leave-In Hair Conditioner Camille Rose - SOYlicious Curl Enhancing Conditioner MIELLE - Babassu & Mint Deep Conditioner MIELLE - Moisture RX Hawaiian Ginger Moisturizing Styling Gel MIELLE - Moisture RX Hawaiian Ginger Moisturizing Scalp Treatment THE Mane CHOICE - Ancient Egyptian 24 Karat Gold Twisting Gel THE Mane CHOICE - Heavenly Halo Herbal Hair Tonic & Soy Milk Deep Hydration Conditioner THE Mane CHOICE - Heavenly Halo Herbal Hair Tonic & Soy Milk Deep Hydration Pre-Poo THE Mane CHOICE - Prickly Pear Paradise Minty Scalp Purifying Spray
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kali.janel
Curly Hair Tips 🌀
If you're reading this post you and I probably have something in common, curly hair! You've probably also heard "your hair is so beautiful" all your life and thought about how much you wished it were straight and easier to manage. Well 25 years of curly hair has taught me one thing, most people (yes even hair professionals) don't know much about curly hair and keeping it healthy! Here's a little about my hair journey: I didn't wear my hair down consitently until I was about 23, it was always in buns unless it was straightened I had bleached hair for about 5 years I did a big chop and cut all the blonde off 2 years ago When I chopped off the blonde I made the decision to only work towards healthy hair so how am I doing that? No hair color, I haven't dyed my hair since chopping the blonde and yes I have really wanted too. It's not worth my hairs integrity and I'm too spontaneous - I'd be a new color every month. Sulfate free is the way to go, but you don't have to quit using shampoo. Of course you shouldn't be washing your hair daily, but shampooing and cleansing the scalp is IMPORTANT! I wash maximum twice a week, one of those being a co-wash. All the products I have are sulfate free. Find products that work well together! Mix a small part of your leave-in with your gel, if it pills and separates it will do that on your hair! Don't use them together. Product lines are formulated to work together, start there if your having a hard time. Not all alcohol is bad, if it's on the ingredient list it should be a fatty alcohol. I still try to avoid it if I can! Wrap your curls up in silk or satin at night to reduce frizz and extend your style! No heat. Like ever. I've straightened my hair once in two years and missed my curls! If you do straighten it once in a blue moon, use heat protection and the lowest heat settings you can. Care for your scalp! Use an oil, scrub it in the shower, stimulate your scalp at night. A happy scalp means happy curls! Here's some of my favorite curly hair products: Camille Rose - Lavender Fresh Cleanse Camille Rose - Oud Rich Infusion Moisture Treatment Camille Rose - Rose Cleansing Milk Camille Rose - Lavender Crush Defining Gel Camille Rose - Honey Hydrate Leave-In Hair Conditioner Camille Rose - SOYlicious Curl Enhancing Conditioner MIELLE - Babassu & Mint Deep Conditioner MIELLE - Moisture RX Hawaiian Ginger Moisturizing Styling Gel MIELLE - Moisture RX Hawaiian Ginger Moisturizing Scalp Treatment THE Mane CHOICE - Ancient Egyptian 24 Karat Gold Twisting Gel THE Mane CHOICE - Heavenly Halo Herbal Hair Tonic & Soy Milk Deep Hydration Conditioner THE Mane CHOICE - Heavenly Halo Herbal Hair Tonic & Soy Milk Deep Hydration Pre-Poo THE Mane CHOICE - Prickly Pear Paradise Minty Scalp Purifying Spray
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kali.janel
The Key to Happy Curls
If you have curly hair then you know how much work it can be to make sure that it's happy, healthy curls. It needs to be moisturized, but the product can't be too heavy because then it'll be weighed down. It also needs to give you hold and for frizz so you can maintain the style for a few days. It all starts with a good foundation and this step starts in the shower. Cleansing conditioners are a curly girl or boys dream! They cleanse the hair without stripping out the healthy oils, condition at the same time and only take one step! This one from Camille Rose focuses on definition and includes flax seed milk and rose powder. It smells amazing and applies so easily to the hair. It hydrates but doesn't weigh down my hair, adds definition and adds shine, and detangles! Plus it retails for $10! Totally worth checking out if you're curly! Camille Rose - Rose Cleansing Milk #CherieCreator
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kali.janel
Curly Hair Tips 🌀
If you're reading this post you and I probably have something in common, curly hair! You've probably also heard "your hair is so beautiful" all your life and thought about how much you wished it were straight and easier to manage. Well 25 years of curly hair has taught me one thing, most people (yes even hair professionals) don't know much about curly hair and keeping it healthy! Here's a little about my hair journey: I didn't wear my hair down consitently until I was about 23, it was always in buns unless it was straightened I had bleached hair for about 5 years I did a big chop and cut all the blonde off 2 years ago When I chopped off the blonde I made the decision to only work towards healthy hair so how am I doing that? No hair color, I haven't dyed my hair since chopping the blonde and yes I have really wanted too. It's not worth my hairs integrity and I'm too spontaneous - I'd be a new color every month. Sulfate free is the way to go, but you don't have to quit using shampoo. Of course you shouldn't be washing your hair daily, but shampooing and cleansing the scalp is IMPORTANT! I wash maximum twice a week, one of those being a co-wash. All the products I have are sulfate free. Find products that work well together! Mix a small part of your leave-in with your gel, if it pills and separates it will do that on your hair! Don't use them together. Product lines are formulated to work together, start there if your having a hard time. Not all alcohol is bad, if it's on the ingredient list it should be a fatty alcohol. I still try to avoid it if I can! Wrap your curls up in silk or satin at night to reduce frizz and extend your style! No heat. Like ever. I've straightened my hair once in two years and missed my curls! If you do straighten it once in a blue moon, use heat protection and the lowest heat settings you can. Care for your scalp! Use an oil, scrub it in the shower, stimulate your scalp at night. A happy scalp means happy curls! Here's some of my favorite curly hair products: Camille Rose - Lavender Fresh Cleanse Camille Rose - Oud Rich Infusion Moisture Treatment Camille Rose - Rose Cleansing Milk Camille Rose - Lavender Crush Defining Gel Camille Rose - Honey Hydrate Leave-In Hair Conditioner Camille Rose - SOYlicious Curl Enhancing Conditioner MIELLE - Babassu & Mint Deep Conditioner MIELLE - Moisture RX Hawaiian Ginger Moisturizing Styling Gel MIELLE - Moisture RX Hawaiian Ginger Moisturizing Scalp Treatment THE Mane CHOICE - Ancient Egyptian 24 Karat Gold Twisting Gel THE Mane CHOICE - Heavenly Halo Herbal Hair Tonic & Soy Milk Deep Hydration Conditioner THE Mane CHOICE - Heavenly Halo Herbal Hair Tonic & Soy Milk Deep Hydration Pre-Poo THE Mane CHOICE - Prickly Pear Paradise Minty Scalp Purifying Spray
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kali.janel
Curly Hair Tips 🌀
If you're reading this post you and I probably have something in common, curly hair! You've probably also heard "your hair is so beautiful" all your life and thought about how much you wished it were straight and easier to manage. Well 25 years of curly hair has taught me one thing, most people (yes even hair professionals) don't know much about curly hair and keeping it healthy! Here's a little about my hair journey: I didn't wear my hair down consitently until I was about 23, it was always in buns unless it was straightened I had bleached hair for about 5 years I did a big chop and cut all the blonde off 2 years ago When I chopped off the blonde I made the decision to only work towards healthy hair so how am I doing that? No hair color, I haven't dyed my hair since chopping the blonde and yes I have really wanted too. It's not worth my hairs integrity and I'm too spontaneous - I'd be a new color every month. Sulfate free is the way to go, but you don't have to quit using shampoo. Of course you shouldn't be washing your hair daily, but shampooing and cleansing the scalp is IMPORTANT! I wash maximum twice a week, one of those being a co-wash. All the products I have are sulfate free. Find products that work well together! Mix a small part of your leave-in with your gel, if it pills and separates it will do that on your hair! Don't use them together. Product lines are formulated to work together, start there if your having a hard time. Not all alcohol is bad, if it's on the ingredient list it should be a fatty alcohol. I still try to avoid it if I can! Wrap your curls up in silk or satin at night to reduce frizz and extend your style! No heat. Like ever. I've straightened my hair once in two years and missed my curls! If you do straighten it once in a blue moon, use heat protection and the lowest heat settings you can. Care for your scalp! Use an oil, scrub it in the shower, stimulate your scalp at night. A happy scalp means happy curls! Here's some of my favorite curly hair products: Camille Rose - Lavender Fresh Cleanse Camille Rose - Oud Rich Infusion Moisture Treatment Camille Rose - Rose Cleansing Milk Camille Rose - Lavender Crush Defining Gel Camille Rose - Honey Hydrate Leave-In Hair Conditioner Camille Rose - SOYlicious Curl Enhancing Conditioner MIELLE - Babassu & Mint Deep Conditioner MIELLE - Moisture RX Hawaiian Ginger Moisturizing Styling Gel MIELLE - Moisture RX Hawaiian Ginger Moisturizing Scalp Treatment THE Mane CHOICE - Ancient Egyptian 24 Karat Gold Twisting Gel THE Mane CHOICE - Heavenly Halo Herbal Hair Tonic & Soy Milk Deep Hydration Conditioner THE Mane CHOICE - Heavenly Halo Herbal Hair Tonic & Soy Milk Deep Hydration Pre-Poo THE Mane CHOICE - Prickly Pear Paradise Minty Scalp Purifying Spray
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kali.janel
6 HG curl creams💕Give U the Best Twist Out Ever👏🏾
The key to getting healthy curls is to keep your locks as hydrated as possible. That’s why the best curl creams have moisturizing ingredients. To help you narrow down your choices, here are 6 of the best products for curly hair that will make your type 3 or 4 curls look beautiful. Thanks to these favorite curlers to define natural hair, I can transform a frizzy head into a radiant spectacle of curls. Eden BodyWorks It contains natural ingredients, such as coconut oil, shea butter. This product works great on natural black hair! I did Bantu knots using this product and it turned out amazing!! Shea Moisture This is the only Shea Moisture product that I use from time to time. I don't use it too often because it contains silk protein additions and it can upset my hair's moisture. I tend to use curl definition creams in my shampoo routine, which usually includes a deep treatment. My deep hair care already contains hydrolyzed protein and this curl enhancing smoothie can harden my hair sometimes and I think it boils down to the fact that I have too much protein in my hair. Cantu With such an affordable price, Cantu's Coconut Curling Cream gives students a bang for their buck. Formulated without harsh ingredients, this thick defining leaves hair stylable and visibly brighter. In addition, it smells good! Be careful though, although it has a nice blend of added oils, it also contains protein which can be a problem if your hair is sensitive to it. Camille Rose  I use this after applying a leave-in conditioner to give my hair extra hold. On days where my hair needs extra help, I follow up with a bit of hair gel! Afro Sheen I bought this product because I wanted something cheaper than Shea Moisture. It’s very thick and over moisturizes my curls I think it does help to bring them out.  AS I AM Definitely worth the price! It is thick and very moisturizing. It doesn’t have to use a lot to get the full effects of it.
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_MarianWish
Camille Rose Naturals for The Win!
🌹Camille Rose Naturals is one of my favorite natural hair brands. My look in this picture is pretty much all natural - I brushed out my curls and used the Coconut Water Leave in for hydration and softness. That’s it! The Almond Jai Twisting Butter is a holy grail product for a lot of people, but it’s quite thick so I only use it for protective styles as it’s too heavy for daily use. Who doesn’t love a good fro’ moment? 😎
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FrancescaOGOW

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My Black-Owned Beauty Essentials ✨🖤
My Black-Owned Beauty Essentials ✨🖤
These are a few of my favorite things.... My mom always instilled in me since I was young to invest in Black Owned businesses. From skincare, to makeup to natural hair products - these are some of my favorites! Have you tried any of these brands yet?
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FrancescaOGOW
Balance Toner
Be Transcendent-Balance Toner
Camille Rose Naturals for The Win!
Camille Rose Naturals for The Win!
🌹Camille Rose Naturals is one of my favorite natural hair brands. My look in this picture is pretty much all natural - I brushed out my curls and used the Coconut Water Leave in for hydration and softness. That’s it! The Almond Jai Twisting Butter is a holy grail product for a lot of people, but it’s quite thick so I only use it for protective styles as it’s too heavy for daily use. Who doesn’t love a good fro’ moment? 😎
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FrancescaOGOW
Almond Jai Twisting Butter
Camille Rose-Almond Jai Twisting Butter
The Key to Happy Curls
The Key to Happy Curls
If you have curly hair then you know how much work it can be to make sure that it's happy, healthy curls. It needs to be moisturized, but the product can't be too heavy because then it'll be weighed down. It also needs to give you hold and for frizz so you can maintain the style for a few days. It all starts with a good foundation and this step starts in the shower. Cleansing conditioners are a curly girl or boys dream! They cleanse the hair without stripping out the healthy oils, condition at the same time and only take one step! This one from Camille Rose focuses on definition and includes flax seed milk and rose powder. It smells amazing and applies so easily to the hair. It hydrates but doesn't weigh down my hair, adds definition and adds shine, and detangles! Plus it retails for $10! Totally worth checking out if you're curly! Camille Rose - Rose Cleansing Milk #CherieCreator
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kali.janel
Rose Cleansing Milk
Camille Rose-Rose Cleansing Milk
🍯Honey + 🥥Coconut = 💦Ultimate Hydration
🍯Honey + 🥥Coconut = 💦Ultimate Hydration
Look, if you are a naturalista and you don’t have these products on your shelf I don’t know what to tell you! These are a must, especially if you have dry hair or breakage. My hair type is 3c/4a high porosity and I can’t do without them. Camille Rose - Honey Hydrate Leave In Yes, this product is made with pure honey (among a few other great ingredients.) It smells really sweet and may feel sticky at first, but once it dries the hydration is off the hook. I typically put this in on wash day and braid my hair down to lock it in. I’ve never tried it with a wash and go Camille Rose - Coconut Water Leave In Treatment This has great slip, is super silky and thick enough to provide intense hydration. I appreciate that it’s not too thick to the point where it doesn’t penetrate. I used to use it daily but now that I add honey I skip a day or two!
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FrancescaOGOW
Coconut Water Leave In Treatment
Camille Rose-Coconut Water Leave In Treatment
My fave curl gel
My fave curl gel
The Camille Rose Naturals Curl Maker gel is my favorite because it gives such great curl definition without drying out my hair. It has a sticky, thick consistency which I’m guessing is from the aloe Vera. I use a total of 4 pumps after leaving a bit of conditioner in my hair. Don’t pump it out all at once or it will slide off your hand in a glob lol. I use it on wet hair in the shower and squish it in starting from the ends. My hair does take a long time dry but that’s honestly just how my hair is with any product in it. I like squishing it in now instead of raking it because I feel it gets bouncier and bigger soft curls versus harder looser curls that I get with raking. I slept on one side more than the other while it was still damp last night so that’s why it looks better on the right lol. It is more expensive for a gel at $22 BUT I prefer it to others I’ve tried like the devacurl arc angel because it works better on its on or with minimal cream/conditioner. I also like that it’s sold at Walmart and target so you can get it easier than some other brands in its price range. It consistently gives me great hold and definition without drying out my hair (as long as I don’t fall asleep on it like I did last night lol). Camille Rose - Curl Maker
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berryb3autiful
Curl Maker
Camille Rose-Curl Maker