Sunday, February 20

Product Review: Organics by Africa's Best Olive Oil Deep Conditioner

After the way my hair was feeling last night/this morning I was in definite need of a deep conditioner. In my review about the Creme of Nature I described my washing process. After I washed out the conditioner, I squeezed some of the excess water out of my hair with my towel. Slathered some of this on my hair and sectioned parts to make sure that there was some applied throughout my hair. Ok, granted I squeezed the rest of my Aussie deeep conditioner in there because it was taking up room. There was barely enough to cover one section of hair so I don't think it altered the effects of the Organics deep conditioner. The smell is kind of like a fruity smell, to me it is at least. Thick consistency, light greenish color. I left it in for like 2 1/2 hours because I honestly felt like my hair needed it. After I washed it out, my hair felt SO soft. It might be because of the combined usage of the Creme of Nature and the deep conditioning, but either way I love the way it made my hair feel. This will get a follow up review as well. Won't be giving it a rating until after I use it again.

Description: Fortified and enriched with Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Organics by Africa's Best Olive Oil Deep Conditioner goes beyond conditioning by reaching a higher level of Hair Moisturizing, Strengthening and Revitalizing. Formulated with the age old properties of Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Organics By Africa's Best helps to Strengthen Damaged, Over-Processed Hair and Revitalize Weak, Fragile Hair. Regular use leaves hair Soft, Silky and Healthy looking as never before. Excellent for all hair types including natural, pressed, texturized or color-treated hair.

Conditioning Treatment Directions: For best results, use Organics By Africa's Best Olive Oil Shampoo. After rinsing shampoo, gently massage a generous amount of Organics Olive Oil Deep Conditioner evenly into hair from roots to ends. For extra conditioning, cover hair with plastic cap for 10 minutes. Rinse hair thoroughly with warm and desired as desired.



Sunday, February 6

Product Review: Mane N Tail Detangler

When it comes to doing like bantu knot outs and braid outs, I always end up losing a lot of hair when it's time to wash my hair. I didn't want to detangle on wet hair because I was afraid of my hair matting up and that's not something I want to experince ever. So I would detangle on dry hair after spraying with water and I still ended up losing a lot of hair. I've seen a few reviews about the Mane N Tail detangler, but I never thought to try it out. Usually some detanglers aren't worth the hype, but this one, I give it it 5 stars out of 5. This spray is the reason why I was able to wear a braid out two days in a row (my braid out regimen is a whole different post). I sprayed it on dry hair and detangled from the tips to the roots and like the comb basically glided right through (nothing but wide tooth combs touches this hair. I just broke a comb yesterday too lol). Like the comb doesn't even glide thru my hair when it's loaded with conditioner. This stuff is like a must use!

Description:
Our exclusive pH balanced Detangler formula is easy to use and helps eliminate tangles and knots and the appearance of dry split ends while adding additional conditioning and styling benefits. Your hair becomes easily manageable with rich and luxurious shine. Mane N Tail Detangler, the solution for hard to comb hair.

Directions:
Literally spray Mane N Tail Detangler onto dry or damp hair. Work formula through, making sure it covers and reaches all of the hair. DO NOT RINSE OUT. Come out hair with a large tooth comb or brush. Results are super slip that allows hair to respond to styling effortlessly. Style as usual.


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